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It's All In The Timing: Bringing Claims Under SPA Tax Indemnities And W&I Insurance - A Review Of The Decision In Minera v Glencore
A large proportion of SPA warranty or indemnity claims under W&I policies over the last 10 years have not been claims under the general warranties, ...
UK
23 Sep 2019
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Real Estate Tip Of The Week: Beware Of Interim Rent Pitfalls
Interim rent is rent payable after the expiry of the contractual term of a 1954 Act protected lease and before a formal lease renewal has been completed.
UK
23 Sep 2019
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Should An Organisation Be Liable For Injuries Suffered By A Volunteer Acting Contrary To An Express Instruction?
The question of whether an organisation should be liable for injuries suffered by a volunteer whilst performing an unauthorised act, contrary to an express prohibition, was considered by the High Court
UK
19 Sep 2019
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Updates To The ICP Contract Package
In August 2019, NHS England published updated versions of the ICP contract and support documents package.
UK
13 Sep 2019
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Cost Budgeting In A Living Mesothelioma Case
Whilst mostly of academic interest rather than of broader practical relevance, an interesting case management decision was made by Master Thornett
UK
12 Sep 2019
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Key developments In Pensions: August 2019
Pensions Regulator: updated how-to guide for DC governance. Two of the "how-to" guides have been updated: the value for members guide which refers to the industry-led Cost Transparency
UK
11 Sep 2019
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Try Before You Buy: Acceptance Testing In Technology Contracts
User acceptance testing (UAT) is defined by the International Software Testing Qualifications Board as formal testing with respect to user needs, requirements
UK
11 Sep 2019
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Real Estate Tip Of The Week: To Repair Or Improve – What Are The Tax Implications?
The concepts of "repairs" and "improvements" are treated differently for tax purposes and so it is important that property owners take this into account.
UK
10 Sep 2019
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The Growing Market For Senior Living Accommodation
The concept of housing specifically aimed at older people has many benefits. Improved quality of life and releasing larger
UK
9 Sep 2019
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Junior Doctors: Widely Used Methodology For Monitoring Working Hours And Rest Breaks For Junior Doctors Is Flawed
NHS national terms and conditions of service require NHS trusts to carry out monitoring of junior doctors' working hours and rest breaks to ensure that their pay banding is correct.
UK
5 Sep 2019
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Connectivity: The IoT
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network to which people, data, devices and more can be added, allowing new forms of engagement, additional services and new ways of generating
UK
5 Sep 2019
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DSARS: New Guidance Given By Information Commissioner's Office
Until publishing this revised guidance, the ICO's position had been that the month's timescale go comply with a DSAR begins on the day after the DSAR is received.
UK
5 Sep 2019
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Illegal Workers: Illegal Worker Was Not Barred From Bringing Contractual Claims Against Her Ex Employer
Ms Chikale and her employer, Mrs Okedina, are both Malawian nationals. Using false information, Mrs Okedina obtained a six month visa for Ms Chikale, and brought her into the country as a live in domestic worker.
UK
5 Sep 2019
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Holiday Pay: Holiday Pay Entitlement For Part Year Workers
Under the Working Time Regulations, workers in Great Britain have a right to a minimum of 5.6 weeks' annual leave and are entitled to be paid at the rate of a week's pay in respect of this leave.
UK
5 Sep 2019
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Covert Recordings: An Employee's Covert Recording Is Not Necessarily An Act Of Gross Misconduct
Ms Stockman was employed by Phoenix House Limited. She reported to the Head of the Finance Department, Mr Betha, who reported into the Director of Finance, Mr Lambis. As a result of a
UK
5 Sep 2019
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Our Response To NHS England And NHS Improvement's Consultation On Changes To Digital-First Primary Care
We updated clients last month about NHS England and NHS Improvement's Digital-First Primary Care Policy: consultation on patient registration, funding and contracting rules.
UK
4 Sep 2019
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Planning Conditions: No Longer Fit For Purpose?
The number of young adults living with their parents continues to grow.
UK
3 Sep 2019
18
Trading Names And Adjudication Referrals – Can A Jurisdictional Challenge Succeed?
An interesting challenge of jurisdiction case was recently heard in the Technology and Construction Court concerning an Adjudication brought against the trading name of the responding party
UK
3 Sep 2019
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A Warning To Residential Occupiers – When Can The Exemption Against Adjudication Be Thwarted?
The recent decision of the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) in ICCT Ltd v Pinto [2019] EWHC 2134 (TCC) demonstrates circumstances in which residential occupiers
UK
3 Sep 2019
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Construction Risks Newsletter - August 2019
Welcome to the August version of DACB's construction risks newsletter. Adjudication case law still dominates the Construction Court's work, with a number of new pieces of law
UK
3 Sep 2019
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