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By Jessica Pattinson, Verity Buckingham
The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) announced last month that it would be conducting a review of the Shortage Occupation List (SOL).
By Akin Akinbode, Gurbinder Grewal, Kirsti Olson
The latest housing figures reveal that 220,000 new homes were delivered in the years 2017 to 2018.
By Mark Macaulay, Jane Miles, Shaun Tame, Tracey Summerell
Welcome to our round-up of new contracts and contract issues in the UK construction industry.
By Kirsti Olson, Tracey Summerell
Modern slavery is an issue no one in the UK construction industry can afford to ignore.
By Akin Akinbode, Gurbinder Grewal, Kirsti Olson, Esther McDermott, Tracey Summerell
An imminent and significant change to the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) is the introduction of the Disclosure Pilot Scheme from 1 January 2019.
By Susan Doris-Obando
It is unlawful for an employer to discriminate directly, by treating an employee less favourably than others because of their religion or belief.
By Susan Doris-Obando
In the recent case of Saha v Capita plc the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that an Employment Tribunal (ET) is not compelled to rely on a list of issues that wrongly categorises
By Laura Morrison
Following the 2017 Thriving at Work Review, the government has developed a framework to support large employers with recording and voluntarily reporting on disability, mental health and wellbeing.
By Akin Akinbode, Kirsti Olson, Tracey Summerell
In Swansea Stadium Management Company Ltd v. City & County of Swansea and Interserve Construction Ltd [2018] EWHC 2192, the contractor argued that the tenant's claim under an undated collateral warranty ...
By Giangiacomo Olivi
Drones' universe is one of the most explosive industries on a global scale. Today's drones are utilized for a number of different purposes, ranging from military to commercial usage.
By Filip Michalec
The Czech National Bank issued official set of responses addressing the concept of a worker pursuant to the Czech Act on Consumer Credit.
By Alla Kushnirenko
On November 4, 2018 the Law "On Amendments to Certain Legal Acts of Ukraine Concerning Resumption of Lending" entered into force, which will become effective starting from February 4, 2019.
By Giangiacomo Olivi
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is reaching out with nearly every sector today: from retail to banking, from agriculture to healthcare, from finance to media and in other areas.
By Nikolas Colbridge, Celyn Armstrong, Anna Janik
The government has published explanatory information on some proposed regulations that would address deficiencies in the prospectus and market abuse regimes as a result of Brexit and form part of the government's contingency planning strategy for a no-deal scenario.
By Bryan Johnston, Thomas Kiernan
The High Court has recently confirmed in the case of R (on the application of Principled Offsite Logistics Ltd) v. Trafford Council [2018] EWHC 1687 (Admin) that the motive behind occupation of a premises is not relevant in the context of determining liability for business rates.
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