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UK's "Fast Fashion" Under Investigation By The Environmental Audit Committee
The House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee has announced an investigation into the social and environmental impact of the UK's love of "fast fashion" and the wider fashion industry.
UK
7 Aug 2018
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Fraud Watch (November 2007)
Michael Bright, the former chief executive of Independent Insurance, has been sentenced to seven years in jail after being found guilty of fraud.
UK
25 Nov 2007
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Fraud Watch (September 2007)
Welcome to the September edition of Mishcon Fraud Watch, prepared by the Fraud & Insolvency Group at Mishcon de Reya. Its aim is to provide businesses and their advisors with a snapshot of what has been happening in the world of fraud in the last month.
UK
30 Oct 2007
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Recruitment Watch (October 2007)
Welcome to the October edition of Mishcon de Reya's Recruitment Watch, prepared by the Firm's Recruitment Services Group. Its aim is to provide those involved in the recruitment sector with a snapshot of what has been happening in the world of recruitment in the last month.
UK
24 Oct 2007
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Fraud Watch (October 2007)
Welcome to the October edition of Mishcon Fraud Watch, prepared by the Fraud & Insolvency Group at Mishcon de Reya. It aims to provide businesses and their advisors with a snapshot of what has been happening in the world of fraud in the last month.
UK
17 Oct 2007
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Fraud Watch
Welcome to the March edition of Mishcon Fraud Watch, prepared by the Fraud & Insolvency Group at Mishcon de Reya. Its aim is to provide businesses and their advisors with a snapshot of what has been happening in the world of fraud in the last month.
UK
28 Mar 2007
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Protecting Corporate Britain from Fraud - Research Report 2005
It is estimated that fraud costs UK companies over £72billion every year.
UK
12 Jan 2006
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Redundancy Costs Likely to Rise?
This month we report on a recent case from the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which has potentially far-reaching, and costly, consequences for the way in which large-scale redundancy programmes are carried out. We also take a look at the consultation launched this month by the Government on draft TUPE regulations and review two of the first cases reported under the new legislation prohibiting discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief.
UK
31 Mar 2005
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Budget 2005 Business Summary
The following is a summary of the most important aspects of the Budget affecting business taxation. As always, details at this stage are scant and we have to await publication of the draft legislation for the full facts.
UK
23 Mar 2005
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High-Tech Fraud Alert
Over the last few months, we have noticed an increasingly sophisticated use of technology both in the perpetration of frauds and also in attempts to conceal evidence of the fraud from any subsequent investigation. Prime examples include insiders (usually employees) at major financial institutions diverting funds through misuse of those institutions' own systems after weaknesses had been identified by the fraudsters. We have also seen attempts to erase data which would provide evidence of fra
UK
9 Feb 2005
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Employment Law 2005 Preview
Probably the biggest change in employment law in 2005 will be the introduction of the Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations, which will come into force on 6 April. The Regulations will give employees the right to request that their employer enters into negotiations for an agreement, which will set out procedures for informing and consulting workforce representatives on a range of business issues.
UK
2 Feb 2005
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Court Judgement Reduces Protection for Databases
A recent decision of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has drastically narrowed the scope of legal protection for databases in the UK and throughout Europe. This could increase the rights that third parties have to access the contents of your databases and may mean that information stored in them is no longer protected at all.
UK
 
27 Jan 2005
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