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By Katee Dias
Happy New Year! As the celebrations have now passed and it is back to work, let's look at some employment law developments coming up in 2017.
By Paul McAndrews
The hidden, devastating, effects of compound interest have been considered in a previous GD Online article (Extreme Service Charge; June 2015) concerning service charge payments...
By Paul Herbert
The High Court has ruled that a profit share payable to a member of an LLP was capable of being subject to forfeiture where the member was found to have breached his fiduciary duties to the LLP.
By Katee Dias
The Christmas period is a time of joy and celebration for many but employers can often face employment law issues leaving them feeling more "bah-humbug" than "cheers".
By Tim Mould
Pre-Action Protocols, tailored for specific types of dispute, have been a feature of the litigation landscape for many years.
By Freya Marks
In general, the 2016 Autumn Statement (the "Statement") brought no significant ‘surprise' announcements for private clients; indeed on the inheritance tax front the Statement was particularly quiet.
By Stephen Hornsby
A great deal of the comment on this case, which is summarised in Jonathan Haydn Williams' note, has not taken into account that it is a typical judicial review, in which the claimants maintain...
By Jonathan Haydn-Williams
From screaming headlines to more sober assessments, much has been written about this decision of the High Court since it was delivered earlier this month.
By Paul Herbert
Karen Millen has lost yet another legal battle, in this case to use her own name on clothing and household goods in China and the US
By Craig Walker, Alasdair McKenzie (Trainee Solicitor)
This article follows on from our earlier update in January of this year on the ‘right to rent' checks introduced by the Immigration Act 2014 (see here for a recap of these).
By James Daglish
It is not uncommon in the commercial property world for arrangements to be made to re-schedule or change the pattern of rent payments.
By Jonathan Haydn-Williams
Mediation is a voluntary process in which parties to a dispute seek to resolve it with the assistance of an independent and impartial mediator.
By Clare Gilroy-Scott
The courts have once again considered the question of what payments should be included in holiday pay.
By Jonathan Haydn-Williams
Attached r-v-secretary-of-state-for-exiting-the-eu is the Judgment approved by the Court (subject to editorial corrections) as delivered today.
By Clare Gilroy-Scott
Described by the tribunal as a "modern business phenomenon", Uber has around 40,000 drivers in the UK, with 30,000 drivers operating in the London area...
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