Walker Morris, In Brief (banking, energy, IP, litigation, public sector, real estate, tax)
In this issue: Walker Morris continues to invest in specialist expertise with partner and director promotions; Bring Your Own Device Guidance issued by ICO; Recovery of VAT refused by Court of Appeal; Court of Appeal extends scope of ‘substantial part’ of database in football rights case; Employment Briefing; Energy performance contracts; Consumer protection and property promotion; Environmental issues that may impede development; Unfair terms in consumer contracts — reforms; and Exclusion clauses: context is crucial.
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The Department of Energy & Climate Change has published the final allocation framework for the October 2014 contracts-for-difference allocation round.
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