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By Sam Boileau, Jennifer Travers
Tata Steel UK recently secured a significant reduction of a health and safety fine by appealing the fine to the Court of Appeal.
By Roy Pinnock
The recently-adopted Local Plan provided for almost a 5 year HLS, constrained so as to be unable to meet full objectively assessed need (OAN). Despite its "urban area first" strategy...
By Emma Broad, Gemma Hunter-Barnes
The High Court decision in S Franses Ltd v. Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd [2017] EWHC 1670 will be of interest to landlords and tenants involved in lease renewal proceedings pursuant to the Landlord and Tenant Act...
By Helen Bowdren, Stephen Shergold, Jennifer Travers
In June 2017, Tesco was fined Ł8 million for breaches of environmental and safety law.
By Jamie McKie
New technologies such as 3D printing have the potential to change the way that planners, urban designers and architects work, by helping them to operate more efficiently and allowing them to show their ideas spatially.
By Myron Rabij, Maksym Sysoiev
Please be informed that on 25 July 2017 National Commission on State Regulation of Energy and Utilities in Ukraine (the "Regulator") has adopted the draft changes to the template...
By Myron Rabij, Maksym Sysoiev
Please be informed that on 22 July 2017, the Procedure on Conducting Open Discussion of Draft Decisions of the Ukrainian Regulator No. 866 of 30 June 2017...
By Adam Brown
Things may be starting to move a bit faster in the world of GB energy policy after what you could be forgiven for thinking was a Brexit-induced slowdown.
By Verity Buckingham
MAC is the government's independent advisers on migration.
By Celyn Armstrong, Alexandra Doucas, Katharine Harle
The FCA has been quick to say that it is not going soft, in its Annual Report and Accounts for 2016/17.
By Maria Brakalova
On July 18, 2017, Germany passed an amendment to its foreign investment regime that will make acquisitions of German companies by foreign acquirers considerably more time consuming and potentially more complex.
By Celyn Armstrong, Isaac Felberbaum, Adam Pierce, Alexander Hewitt
On 27 July 2017, Andrew Bailey, the CEO of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), announced in a speech at Bloomberg that LIBOR is to be phased out by 2021.
By Arkadiusz Krasnodębski, Tomasz Janas, Michał Motylewski, Agnieszka Kulińska
On 28 June 2017, a draft amendment to the Act of 20 February 2015 on renewable energy sources (the RES Act) and the Act of 20 May 2016 on wind energy investments (the Distance Act) was published.
By Emma Naughton
In the latest in a number of cases dealing with the calculation of holiday pay, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has held, in the case of Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council –v- Willetts, that pay for voluntary overtime normally worked ...
By Adrian Magnus, Sophie Albrighton
Luxury brands can lawfully prevent their authorised dealers from selling their products on third party online platforms such as and eBay...
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