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By Simon Charlton
Threats were made via social media to the lives and safety of the police officer witnesses involved in a car chase which resulted in the death of Henry Hicks.
By Mark Gleeson
On 12 July 2016, the European Commission adopted the EU-US Privacy Shield as a replacement for the Safe Harbor mechanism, which had previously been declared invalid by the Court of Justice of the EU.
By Mark Blois
Governance and structures in the reformed self-improving schools sector have received plenty of coverage in recent years but they can only be part of the way ahead.
By Tim Claremont
A net contribution clause is designed to limit a party’s liability.
By Tim Claremont
The Court of Appeal held that there was an implied term in a contract that a party who pays sums under an adjudication award is entitled to seek a final determination.
By Tim Claremont
SABIC UK Petrochemicals Ltdengaged Simon Carves Ltd to design, procure and construct a process plant for producing plastic for a contract sum of £135m.
By Tim Claremont
Traditionally, building contracts are between two parties and there are no direct contracts between suppliers on the same tier.
By Iain Patterson
The living wage commission has announced its findings from its 12 month inquiry into the future of the living wage.
By Peter Ware
In 2007, a state of uncertainty was created over the precise circumstances in which development agreements are to be classified as 'public works contracts' for the purposes of EU public procurement law, and consequently subject to a competitive tendering requirement.
By Alison Siniver
In recent years it has become more difficult for legal expenses insurers to avoid making payments under policies but as high profile actions involving schemes such as TAG have shown, LEI Insurers are now looking to recoup losses paid out by bringing claims against solicitors.
By Sarah Houston
Employees who cannot take their holiday entitlement because of sickness, or who are sick during their holiday, must be allowed to take their holiday at some other time, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled.
By Fiona Carter, Oliver Sweeney
Driver CPC training will be a requirement for all large goods vehicle drivers from 10 September 2009. As of this date, drivers will need to have completed the necessary training in order to legally drive large goods vehicles for a living.
By Leanne Wareham
After almost three years of phased implementation of the Companies Act 2006 (the “2006 Act”) all of the remaining provisions will finally take effect on 1 October 2009.
By Susan Horridge, Gary Ekpenyoung
Since the tragic events on the 3 July 2009, in which six people died in a fire at Lakanal House, a block of flats in London, there has been increased focus on social landlords' duties regarding fire safety.
By Ian Long
The House of Lords has twice recently been asked to give its opinion on this most difficult and morally perplexing matter.