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By Jonathan Haydn-Williams
I have just ‘hot-footed it' from the Law Society in Chancery Lane, where, this morning, Lord Justice Jackson (‘LJJ') presented his report on Fixed Recoverable Costs ...
By Daniel Shein
For those of you amenable to a drink or two at your local pub from time to time, this will come as good news!
By Richard Bailey
It has been nearly 20 years since the world was introduced to statutory adjudication through the pithily titled Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 and save for minor tinkering around...
By Paul Herbert
Non-variation clauses are an evergreen boilerplate provision found in commercial contracts. They typically provide that a binding variation of a contract is generally limited to certain prescribed circumstances....
By Katee Dias
Many employers will be paying additional sums by way of the apprenticeship levy that came into effect on 6 April 2017.
By Freya Marks
It is estimated that approximately 40% of people over 18 die without making a Will. To try and address this alarming statistic the Law Commission has this month launched a consultation proposing an overhaul of the current law on Wills.
By Stephen Hornsby
Whatever one thinks of Rupert Murdoch, his ambitions to acquire the shares of Sky that he does not already own can only ultimately be constrained by robust theories and facts that persuade an independent regulator...
By Paul Herbert
The contra proferentem rule broadly states that where there is doubt about the meaning of a contract, the words will be construed against the party who put them forward
By James Daglish
It is relatively widely known that landlords of residential blocks must consult their tenants before they can recover (in full) certain items through the service charge regime.
By Freya Marks
The executors therefore had no legal authority to appoint a director or to make other important decisions.
By Kieran Fano
Building and engineering contracts typically provide for insurance to be maintained against all risk of loss or damage to the works to be undertaken.
By Stephen Hornsby
This final figure must never exceed 10 per cent of a worldwide turnover of the company in question.
By Katee Dias
With the general election just around the corner, below are five employment law issues for employers to think about:
By Freya Marks
Following Prime Minister Theresa May's announcement that there would be a snap general election...
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