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By Mark Howard
Welcome to the May 2019 edition of our biannual Public Company Update, for directors and in-house counsel of quoted companies, nomads/brokers and sponsors
By Martin Griffiths, Helen Coward
The change is currently proposed to apply to gains accrued on or after April 2019.
By Emma Bartlett
A clear message to large employers has been issued to ensure that they take the Gender Pay Gap Regulations (GPGR)...
By Paul Stone
The CMA has published its provisional findings after a year-long investigation into the energy market.
By Rose Carey
Set out in this article are the five main immigration routes to the UK.
By Caroline Swain
A recent case in the High Court reminds us about the importance of properly incorporating terms and conditions (T&Cs) and providing reasonable notice of such T&Cs.
By Emma Humphreys
Planning permission was granted for a mixed use residential development, with permission for retail units, offices, restaurants, sports facilities and a school.
By Scott Taylor
On 9 June 2015, the Court of Appeal overturned the High Court judgment in the case of King v Dubrey & Others [2014].
By Paul Stone
The proposed acquisition by Joseph Ash of W Corbett will be referred for an in-depth phase 2 investigation unless acceptable undertakings are offered.
By Rory Ashmore
Framework agreements are essentially ‘foundation' contracts that can be entered into between multiple contracting authorities and multiple potential suppliers.
By Janine Regan
The European Council (the Council) published its text of the proposed general data protection Regulation (the Regulation) on 15 June 2015.
By Michael Powner
If an employee fails to submit his/her claim to ACAS before filing the claim with the Tribunal, the Tribunal has no jurisdiction to hear the claim, however sympathetic it may feel to the employee's situation.
By Tanya Wilkie
Where wording in a contract was genuinely ambiguous causing one interpretation to be absurd, and another to be unlikely in the commercial context, the contract was interpreted to reflect business common sense.
By Robert Bond
Businesses are under more and more pressure to protect their information and innovation, and this requires, amongst other things, the implementation of policies and monitoring of adherence to those policies.
By Robert Bond
Recently the GSMA published a document promoting a user-centric privacy framework for the mobile eco-system in response to the convergence of the mobile and web industries.
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