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By Clare Gilroy-Scott
Reflecting on what happened in 2017, let's have a look at the top 5 issues that HR practitioners should have on their radar for 2018:
By Stephen Hornsby
A lot can happen on the way to the Olympic Games podium and the IOC can have some influence on that. But what happens on the podium itself is beyond its control ...
By Nigel Adams
It is generally accepted that the Defamation Act 2013 ("the Act") raised the bar in defamation claims, making it harder for those wronged to issue claims.
By Lara Murrell
The Chancellor announced some welcome changes for first-time buyers ("FTBs") to the Stamp Duty Land Tax ("SDLT") regime in his Budget on 22nd November.
By Catherine Hayes, Judith Seifert
The High Court recently heard the case of Maxted and another v Investec Bank plc [2017], which looked at whether amending loan agreements multiple times would discharge a personal guarantee given by the directors...
By Stephen Hornsby
It cannot be right for eight companies in the UK to account for 80 per cent of retail grocery sales — and yet, if Tesco's acquisition of the cash-and-carry group Booker gets the green light ...
By Hazel Boland-Shanahan
Below is an early Christmas gift in the form of some practical advice for construction professionals in the UK in light of Adam Architecture Ltd v Halsbury Homes Ltd [2017] EWCA Civ 1735.
By Goodman Derrick LLP
On 29 November 2017, the CJEU handed down their Judgment in the case of Mr C. King v The Sash Window Workshop Ltd & Richard Dollar (Case C‑214/16) following a request for a preliminary ruling ...
By Tom Pemberton
It is as much the case today that "cashflow is the life blood of the building industry" as it was when Lord Denning coined the phrase over 50 years ago in the Court of Appeal judgment of Dawnays vs Minter (1971).
By Clive Ince, Morgan Wolfe
Over 13 million files, many of them containing confidential and sensitive client information...
By Paul Herbert
Whilst there is a large amount of uncertainty surrounding Brexit, it is possible to look at some of the more obvious implications of Brexit for the Audiovisual ("AV") sector.
By Lara Murrell
While the Energy Performance Certificate ("EPC") has been with us since August 2007, it has been largely viewed as a administrative bother that has to be done ...
By Stephen Hornsby
An embarrassing and potentially damaging rift has opened between the International Olympic Committee and the FIS over their treatment of six Russian skiers that were recently banned ...
By Emily Kearsey (Trainee Solicitor )
The effect of equal pay law is that men and women should receive equal pay for equal work.
By Clare Gilroy-Scott
The fast growing trend of ‘gig economy' working is becoming an ever more divisive and complex area. The term is used to describe a relatively new way of working ...
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