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By Diana Forde
Recent extreme weather conditions have increased the number of both residential and commercial properties at risk of damage from flood water.
By Philippa Luscombe
The trial date has now been set for the first prosecution under the Corporate Manslaughter Act.
By Liz Cardy
In a recent case the Court of Appeal held that the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (the 'TUPE Regulations') only oblige an employer to provide information regarding what it genuinely believes to be the legal, social and economic implications of a proposed business transfer.
By Stephen Law
Professionals such as lawyers, estate practitioners and tax advisers are increasingly being used by criminals to launder money.
By Kieran Mitchell
The application of EC Regulation 864/2007, otherwise known as Rome II, has once again moved the goalposts for those who have the misfortune of suffering accidents abroad and wish to pursue a claim in this jurisdiction.
By Hannah Wilson
Will the decision of Office of Fair Trading v Lloyds Bank open the floodgates for compensation claims for accidents abroad against credit card suppliers?
By Keith Dean
The recent case of Klieve v TUI UK Limited (2009) has caused potential problems for claimant solicitors and a headache and certainly more work for the High Court for cases concerning personal injury claims arising out of accidents on ships.
By William Edwards
Readers may recall the rush to put in place enduring powers of attorney (EPAs) last autumn before they were replaced with lasting powers of attorney (LPAs).
By Sarah Scarlett
Before October 2008, it was unlawful for a company, or its subsidiary, to give financial assistance for the purchase of its own or any shares in its holding company
By Steven John
The Ministry of Justice has published its eagerly anticipated response to the claims process consultation.