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Also: retrospective alternative service of claim form; judicial comment on costs budgeting; and more.
Making an offer to settle a claim under Civil Procedure Rules Part 36, whether as a claimant or defendant, is a way of potentially transferring some of the costs risk in litigation to your opponent.
Also: how a solicitor misled a court.
Court confirms the high level of protection given to auditors where an exclusion of liability clause is included in a set of accounts.
Addleshaw Goddard has advised Tate & Lyle on the re-alignment of Eaststarch, its European joint venture with US company Archer Daniels Midland.
FAQs and action points for companies that have issued bearer shares...
There are a number of issues companies should consider now so as to prepare themselves for the changes.
The National Audit Office notes that although private finance typically costs twice as much as public finance, it “can represent value for money”...
Data Issues Roundup, 13 April: Cloud contracts; US crackdown on hackers; nuisance calls fine; and more
Also; UK court strikes down part of the Data Protection Act; Australia passes ‘retention law’; and more.
Worldwide update also includes items on Prince Charles’ letters and a code of practice for UK public authorities.
Employers with 250 or more employees will have to report on the gender pay gap in their business.
The PCBS made a series of recommendations in its June 2013 report which were designed to encourage employees to ‘blow the whistle’ and for the FCA to take a greater role in ensuring compliance.
Four key themes emerged from the responses to the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s call for evidence. Employers should familiarise themselves with the new EHRC guidance when it is published.
As well as the minimum wage and tax changes, pensions, special purpose share schemes and company cars are getting a political tweak.
From this autumn employers or GPs will be able to refer anyone expected to be off sick for four weeks or longer to the new ‘Fit for Work’ service. Here’s what HR needs to know.
Italian fraud investigators have warned British shoppers to beware of counterfeit olive oil that poses serious health risks. Are your retail clients prepared?
Addleshaw Goddard has advised Peel on cutting to 39% its shareholding in Pinewood Group, better known as Pinewood Studios.
Addleshaw Goddard advised Bruntwood on the acquisition of a former BBC site in Manchester, from Realty Estates.
Data Issues Roundup, 27 March: unlimited fines; cross-device tracking; a provocateurs database; and more
Also; South Korea passes world’s first Cloud law; Russia says companies can store personal data abroad; and more.
As well as parental leave and the minimum wage, changes to National Insurance contributions, sick pay and Tribunal compensation are on the way.