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By Richard Power
In Jivraj v Hashwani the Supreme Court held that arbitrators are not employees and are not subject to anti-discrimination legislation.
By Ian De Freitas
The European Union today took the next step in endorsing an extension to copyright protection for sound recordings from 50 years to 70 years.
By Tessa Hastie
AIM Regulation has published Issue 3 of Inside AIM focussing on common themes raised by nomads.
By Benjamin Lee, Peter Townsend
Following Panel Statement 2010/22 in October 2010 on the regulation of takeover bids (Statement), the Takeover Panel today produced its consultation paper setting out in detail the proposed changes to the Takeover Code.
By Tessa Hastie, Peter Townsend
Last February, we published a guide to the 2010 AGM season which considered the implementation of the Shareholder Rights Directive and the final sections of the Companies Act 2006 and the effects of these on your AGM and articles of association.
By Tessa Hastie
The offence of corporate manslaughter (the Offence) is committed when an organisation commits a gross breach of its duty which causes the death of an individual.
By Liesl Fichardt
The Tax Resolution Group is a key component of our Tax Department.
By Cathryn Vanderspar
This note sets out the position on the REIT as at August 2007, following the coming into force of the REIT legislation in January 2007 and subsequent amendments in Finance Act 2007.
By Cathryn Vanderspar
The BPRA is a 100% capital allowance for the capital cost of renovation and conversion of business properties in disadvantaged areas that have been vacant for at least a year.
The law on statutory holiday, introduced in 1998, has now matured and there have been a number of recent decisions which, taken with the forthcoming increase to statutory holiday entitlement, have brought this topic into focus.