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By Anna Henderson
The Court of Appeal has ruled that an employer's failure to enhance shared parental pay in the same way as enhanced maternity pay was not unlawful.
By Craig Tevendale
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By Jonathan Ripley-Evans
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By Heidi Fairhall
Multi-employer bargaining is high on the ALP's "to do" list if it wins the election, leading to speculation about the prospect of ‘industry bargaining' under an ALP Government.
By Catherine Howard, Alistair Paul
Cases involving advertisement consents rarely make it beyond the High Court but the recent case of Putney Bridge Approach Ltd v (1) Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (2)
By Matthew Bonye, Judith Smyth, Rhian Arrenberg
Landlords can (for now at least) breathe a sigh of relief as the High Court has ruled that a tenant cannot bring its obligations under a lease to an end by invoking the doctrine
By Matthew White, Ben Hazenberg
Last week, we published a post (see here) noting that the Mayoral Community Infrastructure Levy 2 (‘MCIL2') was due to come into force on 1 April 2019, setting out details of the new charges,
By Andrew Lidbetter, Nusrat Zar, Jasveer Randhawa
The Court of Appeal has held that it is unarguable that the Prime Minister's decision to notify the EU of the UK's intention to withdraw from the EU was unlawful on the basis that the 2016
By Eric White
The EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee of the House of Lords held a public meeting on financial services and the World Trade Organisation (WTO) on 13 March 2019.
By Dorothy Livingston, Paul Butcher
International law and Geoffrey Cox QC MP, the UK Government's Attorney General, burst onto centre stage this week as both became central to the UK Government's ongoing attempts
By Nigel Farr, Tim West, Nish Dissanayake, Stephen Newby
In this blog post we summarise the latest Brexit developments related to asset management.
By Miriam Everett
Miriam Everett, Head of the Data Protection and Privacy group at Herbert Smith Freehills, has been working with the LexisNexis Data Protection Intelligence Group to publish a paper on Brexit
By Miriam Everett
The German competition authority, the Federal Cartel Office ("FCO") last week announced the results of its investigation into Facebook for a novel abuse of dominance involving consent for its data
By Miriam Everett
As we all continue to try to grapple with the implications of a no-deal Brexit, the last week or two has seen the publication of a few things of interest from a data protection perspective:
By Miriam Everett
The revelations surrounding Cambridge Analyticas use of personal data and involvement with the Vote Leave campaign raised serious questions about the use of personal data in the EU referendum campaign
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