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By Alison Downie
The Supreme Court has now given judgment in the long running and important case by plumber Gary Smith against Pimlico Plumbers in which he claimed he was a worker and not a self-employed contractor...
By Ciarán Noonan, Sinead O'Brien
Indemnities are often one of the most heavily negotiated terms in a commercial agreement, but for non-lawyers their perceived advantages may not always be clear.
By Sarah Reynolds
The vast majority of long residential leases contain a raft of obligations regulating the use of the property. One such common regulation is the keeping of pets.
By Stephen Hornsby
The Secretary of State's decision to require Sky News to be sold as a condition of Fox's bid being allowed to proceed, leaves the field open for a bidding war to take place involving Disney and Comcast.
By Tom Pemberton
Efforts to tackle the issue so far have been little more than "nudging" techniques to pay more promptly.
By Stephen Hornsby
The Secretary of State's decision to require Sky News to be sold as a condition of Fox's bid being allowed to proceed, leaves the field open for a bidding war to take place involving Disney and Comcast.
By Jonathan Haydn-Williams
The traditional position under the contract law of England and Wales (which I shall, with no disrespect to Wales, refer to as ‘English' law) has been that, save for contracts giving rise to...
By Ciarán Noonan
Companies need to look past the endless emails to ensure they are taking the necessary steps to comply with the new rules.
By Hazel Boland-Shanahan
The recent case of Jean-François Clin v Walter Lilly & Co. Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 490 confirms that, without express terms to the contrary in the contract, the employer will usually be responsible for obtaining planning permission for the works it wants carried out.
By Ellie Spencer
A recent decision of the Supreme Court in Rock Advertising Limited v MWB Business Exchange Centres Limited brings an end to the long standing debate over whether clauses excluding oral variations...
By Clare Gilroy-Scott
It is now some two years since the events we have come to know as "Heel-gate" when in 2016, a temp called Nicola Thorp was required to wear high heels at work.
By Jonathan Cole
Goodman Derrick's dispute resolution team has received a number of recent instructions to act for both consumers and businesses in relation to disputes ...
By Lara Murrell
The cladding on my flat has been deemed unsafe. Who is responsible for paying for its replacement and the 24/7 fire watch that is required in the interim?
By Paul Herbert
In a global age of technology, we are using more online platforms to assist with many aspects of our everyday lives, whether for ordering our weekly grocery shop online, or taking advantage of social media...
By Alexandra Bonner
As can be seen, the tax treatment of termination payments arguably gave rise to inequity.
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