The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 is expected to herald the development of a more effective and efficient competition law regime in the UK.
The Supreme Court’s decision in the case of "Petrodel v Prest", handed down today, marks a crucial shift in the extent to which the courts will allow the "piercing of the corporate veil".
The shadow attorney general Emily Thornberry recently unveiled Labour's plans to combat corporate fraud.
The European Commission has adopted a proposal for a Directive on how individuals and companies can claim damages when they are victims of infringements of the EU competition rules.
The government is on a mission to keep parties out of the employment tribunal system.
Conduct Risk can be defined as the risk of customers suffering poor outcomes as a result of a firm’s actions.
A summary of the new developments as reported by the FCA, the PRA, the UKLA, the Upper Tribunal, the Financial Ombudsman Service and the London Stock Exchange over the past week.
The Financial Conduct Authority has not wasted any time in organising thematic visits to firms involved in the provision of transition management services.
Those organisations that get the most out their public affairs work are those who seek out the opportunities to get involved.
Figures presented at our 23rd Annual Motor Insurance Seminar show that UK motor insurers are struggling to make a profit on car insurance premiums.
It’s funny, but it seems like applying for this job happened a long time ago now, even though it’s just over a year.
The court has confirmed that, even where an outdated property stands little or no chance of being re-let following a tenant's departure, a claim for the loss in reversionary value caused by the breach of the tenant's repairing covenants is still possible.
John Bowman and Emily Murray explain how to handle objections to compulsory purchases.
The Charity Commission has overhauled its website at a reported cost of £75,000, having sought extensive feedback from website users.
The Statement of Recommended Practice for charities is developed by the Charity Commission and the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator in collaboration with the SORP Committee, and provides a comprehensive framework for charity accounting and reporting.
The Charity Commission has launched a consultation on the content of the Annual Return and the public register of Charities after having conducted a review last summer on the nature of the information it should collect from charities.
The Charity Commission has reissued its warning to charities about the risks of entering into tenancy agreements with landlords seeking to take advantage of the business ratings exemption for charities.
A discussion on a recent case where the Court of Appeal's judgment provides useful guidance on a number of issues arising in relation to repudiatory breaches.
There are many reasons for businesses looking to develop or expand their markets and sales beyond UK shores.