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By Brendan Biggs
The government has recently enacted legislation requiring larger companies to adopt stronger corporate governance arrangements and improve their engagement with employees, customers, suppliers and other stakeholders.
By Chris Freeman
Mediation has now become widely accepted as an effective means of resolving commercial disputes, both amongst the legal profession itself and increasingly amongst clients involved in the litigation process.
By Stephen Moore
The Supreme Court has handed down it's Judgment deciding that employment tribunal fees are unlawful, and that they are indirectly discriminatory.
By Robert Horsey
The extent to which a beneficiary is entitled to trust information is a frequent cause of friction between beneficiaries and trustees/executors.
By Stephen Walker
The Supreme Court will begin hearing in December an appeal on a series of test cases relating to when asbestos claims are 'triggered'.
By Stephen Homer
Direct loss and/or expense is found in the JCT Contracts to describe the reimbursement to which the Contractor is entitled under the provisions of the Contract in respect of disruption and prolongation.