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Disclosure Of Documents In Civil Proceedings In England And Wales
A note on the disclosure of documents in civil proceedings in England and Wales.
UK
22 Nov 2017
2
Gender Pay Gap Reporting – The Story So Far
It's a little over five months since the first "snapshot date" of 5 April 2017 and less than seven months before the final deadline for employers with 250 or more UK staff to publish ...
UK
22 Nov 2017
3
Unjustified Threats: The Time For Change Is Now
On 1 October 2017, the principal provisions of the Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 (the Act) come into effect.
UK
22 Nov 2017
4
Weekly Tax Update - 21 November 2017
Welcome to Tax update, which provides a round-up and explanation of the latest tax issues.
UK
22 Nov 2017
5
Budget Commentary 2017 - A Legal Commentary
Budget 2017 is complete. Amid intense financial pressure due to public sector net borrowing worsening and the current uncertainty in the economy due to Brexit, ...
UK
22 Nov 2017
6
Market Arbitrators: A Thing Of The Past?
In light of the recent decision in Tonicstar Ltd v Allianz Insurance Plc and Sirius International Insurance Corporation [2017] EWHC 2753 (Comm) ("Tonicstar")...
UK
22 Nov 2017
7
Rising Ground Rent In New Build Homes: Are Solicitors To Blame?
Over the last year there have been reports of newly built properties being effectively worth nothing after just six years due to excessive ground rent charges.
UK
22 Nov 2017
8
Overview Of The Tenant Fees Bill 2017
As part of the government's drive to improve transparency and fairness within the lettings market, the Tenant Fees Bill has recently been introduced in Parliament.
UK
22 Nov 2017
9
Supreme Court Overturns Employment Tribunal Fees, But What Next?
The Supreme Court has today handed down a judgment confirming that the UK's Employment Tribunal fees regime...
UK
22 Nov 2017
10
Financial Interests When Separating – ‘Make Your Intentions Known'
Senior associate Lucy Gould reviews the recent case of Davis v Jackson [2017] EWHC 698 (Ch), in which the court determined the beneficial interests a separated (but not divorced)...
UK
22 Nov 2017
11
Collaborative Working – Improving Client And Law Firm Relationships
Matthew Knowles, partner in the International Arbitration department, writes about how collaborative working is the key to strong and sustainable relationships between law firms and clients.
UK
22 Nov 2017
12
UK - CABLE: Current Awareness Bulletin (Update)
Clyde & Co's UK employment team brings you CABLE, a bulletin keeping you up to date with recent legal developments.
UK
22 Nov 2017
13
Open Banking: Disruption Is Afoot For Regulators As Well As Banks
The much anticipated "Open Banking" revolution will start in 2018 and will have profound implications for the retail banking sector.
UK
22 Nov 2017
14
Autumn Budget 2017: Deloitte Public Sector And Economics Predictions
Ahead of the Autumn Budget on 22 November, Deloitte's public sector and economics teams set out their thoughts on the outlook for public services, the economy, social care, local government and infrastructure.
UK
22 Nov 2017
15
Retail Productivity: Shop For Tomorrow's Workforce
As retailers continue to adapt to changes in consumer behaviour and digital disruption, what can the workforce expect?
UK
22 Nov 2017
16
GP Partnership Disputes – Cheema v Jones
We look at a recent Court of Appeal decision in relation to GP partnership disputes.
UK
22 Nov 2017
17
The UK Data Protection Authority Clarifies The Status Of The BCRs It Approves
BCRs are internal rules that define a company's global policy regarding international transfers of personal data within the same corporate group.
UK
22 Nov 2017
18
The Devil Is In Paragraph 3.2.2.2 (ii)
What if the main body of a contract appears to say one thing, but the detailed wording of a technical schedule appears to be at odds with that?
UK
22 Nov 2017
19
Appointment of Arbitrator
Hot on the heels of the Sino v Dana decision (reported in our blog on 16 November), the Commercial Court considered the question of notice of appointment of an arbitrator once again in Glencore Agriculture BV (formerly Glencore Grain BV) v Conqueror Holdings Limited [2017] EWHC 2893.
UK
22 Nov 2017
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Charities And Internal Data Compliance
As most readers will now be aware, the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect in May 2018.
UK
22 Nov 2017
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