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By John Alder
The recent case of Dickinson v NAL Realisations (Staffordshire) Ltd is a "101" guide to how not to run a small business, providing insight into the pitfalls that can await any director or shareholder...
By Adam Kuan
The UK Government begins its consultation for potential changes to law on corporate criminal liability for economic crime
By Calum Murray, James Bellamy
2016 has seen the popularity of drones continue to grow but, as drone sales increase, concerns over safety have also grown.
By Marian Bloodworth, Ralph Lovesy
Financial services firms still have a few weeks to get ready for the new regulatory reference regime that comes into force on 7 March 2017.
By Michael Butterworth, Yvonne Dang
In the recent case of SAP UK Ltd v Diageo Great Britain Ltd [2017] EWHC 189 (TCC), SAP succeeded in its claim against Diageo for over £54.5 million of additional licence and maintenance fees...
By Michael Butterworth, Andrew Joint
It's not often that the art world intersects with technology law. But that's exactly what happened when artist Helen Knowles staged a performance of The Trial of Superdebthunterbot.
By John Alder
In the wake of the Brexit vote, companies (and their lawyers) have been dusting off a once overlooked piece of EU law to aid their Brexit restructuring plans.
By James Bellamy, Chris Hill
As the March 2017 deadline approaches for the implementation of a Pensions Dashboard prototype, we consider the purpose of the Dashboard and its features...
By Ralph Lovesy, Marian Bloodworth
The introduction of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime ("SMCR") a year ago has seen an increased focus on accountability and standards of fitness and propriety.
By Stephen McGinley, Chris Hill
Although the impact was not quite as big as some headlines had suggested, the outage of Amazon's S3 in the US-East-1 region on Tuesday 28 February caused significant disruption.
By Krysia Oastler, Nicola Fulford
On 2 March, the ICO released a consultation on the meaning of consent under the GDPR and, as part of this, published its draft guidance on consent ("Guidance").
By Ralph Lovesy, Chris Boylan
Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England and Chair of the Financial Stability Board, has warned of a likely increase in regulation for Fintech firms due to the "systemic risks" they pose...
By Kemp Little’s Employment Pratice Group
In Readman v Devon Primary Care Trust UKEAT/0016/11/ZT, the EAT have re-visited how to determine whether an employee has acted unreasonably in refusing suitable alternative employment so that they forfeited their right to statutory redundancy pay.
By Kemp Little’s Employment Pratice Group
A discussion on the most recent changes in the employment law sector.
By Kemp Little’s Employment Pratice Group
In the case of Lockwood v Department of Work and Pensions and another [2013] UKEAT0094/12/0402 the DWP operated a redundancy pay policy which was designed so that employees who were over the age of 35 when they were dismissed received an enhanced redundancy payment.
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