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By Alex Pattihis, Alex Barker
Whilst this particular case did not involve a construction contract, getting the termination notice wrong is a common risk in construction.
By Daniel Farrand
On Wednesday 31 January, The Times reminded us that in last November's budget speech, chancellor Philip Hammond promised a review of un-implemented planning consents.
By Chloe Hamilton, Nick Nocton, Niki Stephens
Yesterday, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) published the results of its investigation into marketing practices in the gambling sector.
By Johnny Kelly
Last December we looked at the new edition of the Telecoms Code which we expected to come into force around Christmas: see The new Telecoms Code – is it an upgrade?
By Susannah Kintish
It will be some months before we have a better idea of exactly how exactly the government is going to address the concerns raised in the Taylor Review.
By Jo Rickards, Matthew Ewens
A new regime of plea bargain style cooperation agreements will come into force in Japan this June, in a further instalment to reforms of the Japanese Criminal Procedure Code.
By Gareth Minty, Tim Thompson
Managing associates Gareth Minty and Tim Thompson discuss the Criminal Finances Act, and the consequences of failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion.
By Sam Ruback
The Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA"), the UK's financial regulatory body, issued a warning this week about the threat from online investment fraud.
By Alexander Rhodes, Harry Eccles-Williams, Hala Alhedeithy
69% of UK adults get their news from TV. Of course, the picture is more complicated than that and is changing fast: according to Ofcom only half of 16-24 year olds say they use TV for news compared to 90% of those aged 65+.
By Annabel Thomas, Bethany Histed
In Great Station Properties SA and another v UMS Holding Ltd and others [2017] EWHC 3330 (Comm) the Commercial Court granted a worldwide freezing order over the defendant's assets in an attempt to secure enforcement ...
By Anita Rivera, Daniel Farrand
The rules about HMOs are complex at the best of times with three different licensing regimes - mandatory HMO licensing, the optional "additional HMO licensing" and the sweeping option of selective licensing which affects most rented property.
By Lucy Smith
There's now less than three months to go until the minimum energy efficiency standard (or MEES) comes into force for commercial properties.
By Åsa Waring
A report by the IFS has found that women's hourly wages are, on average, currently around 20% lower than men, despite previous government manifesto commitments aimed at ‘tackling the gender pay gap'.
By Gareth Minty
The new Unexplained Wealth Orders regime came into force on Wednesday 31 January 2018.
By Matthew Wood
Last week saw business and political leaders descend on Davos for the annual World Economic Forum. In recent years, the WEF has increased its focus on gender equality in both the world of work and in wider society.
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