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InCredit — July 2014: Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill 2014–15; ring-fencing update; and more
Addleshaw Goddard has released the 7 July 2014 issue of its InCredit publication.
Are you ready? The Insurance Bill and the Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act 2010 may soon become law
The Insurance Bill, which makes potentially significant changes to the law relating to business insurance, was introduced into Parliament on 17 July 2014.
Corporate News: ICSA Registrars Group guidance on articles of association and dividend distributions; and more
Addleshaw Goddard has published the June 2014 edition of Corporate News.
InContact — 14 June 2014: Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill 2014–15; BBA report; and more
Addleshaw Goddard has released the June edition of InContact, which covers the latest market news and developments in the payments space.
It is common for commercial contracts to include clauses governing how notices of claims may be served and setting out a date by which they must be served after which they cannot be brought.
Addleshaw Goddard discusses four recent decisions regarding disclosure and privilege, including Rawlinson and another v Akers and another.
A recent Employment Appeal Tribunal judgment — Clements v Lloyds Banking plc — highlighted the way in which age discriminatory remarks can result in protracted litigation.
The ECJ has held that where a worker is paid by way of basic salary and regular sales commission such commission must also be included in the calculation of holiday pay.
Two new immigration statutory Codes of Practice (replacing previous versions) were released by the government on 16 May 2014.
The guide provides advice on how to support trade union members who are autistic to secure the workplace adjustments they may need.
TUPE: service provision change occurred despite significant change in the way activities carried out post-transfer
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered the Employment Tribunal’s approach towards identifying whether there had been a service provision change.
The Court of Appeal has closed the door to tenants that have successfully operated break clauses and wish to claim back rent paid for a period post the break date.
Corporate Finance News — April 2014: FCA’s listing rules; abolition of stamp duty; merger control reforms; and more
Addleshaw Goddard has released the April edition of its Corporate Finance News publication.
If your pension scheme has individual trustees, have you considered the benefits of establishing a company to act as trustee of the scheme?
Addleshaw Goddard has released the new regulatory developments section of its InSure publication for April 2014.
The Law Commission and the Scottish Law Commission have conducted another limited consultation regarding draft clauses from their proposed Insurance Contracts Bill.
Data & Information E-Alerts — nuisance calls action plan; £50,000 fine for unlawful calls; simpler security classifications; and more
Addleshaw Goddard has released the 4 April 2014 edition of its Data & Information E-Alerts publication.
In Flanagan and another v Greenbanks and Cross, the Court of Appeal provided guidance on assessing whether there had been a break in the chain of causation.
In AMEC Group v Secretary of State for Defence, the Technology and Construction Court highlighted the importance of drafting target cost clauses with precision.
English courts have been reluctant to recognise an implied duty of good faith in commercial agreements. However, three decisions have cast that understanding into some doubt.