- Litigation / Dispute Resolution (86)
- Employment (41)
- Information Technology (34)
- Banking / Finance (31)
- Company/Commercial (31)
- Media/Entertainment/Sport (30)
- Crime (28)
- Real Estate (22)
- Financial services (20)
- Regulatory and compliance (20)
- Family (19)
- Intellectual Property (19)
- Corporate (15)
- Tax (14)
- Privacy and reputation (12)
- Private Client (8)
- Insolvency & restructuring (7)
- Charities (6)
- Construction (6)
- Healthcare (6)
- In-House (6)
- Funds (5)
- Human Rights (5)
- Personal tax / Trusts (4)
- Business Tax (3)
- Pensions (3)
- Public Sector/Local Authority (3)
- Environment (2)
- Licensing/Gaming/Betting (2)
- Planning (2)
- Professional Indemnity/Negligence (2)
- Commodities (1)
- Competition/EU (1)
- Energy (1)
- Immigration (1)
- Other (1)
- Personal Injury (1)
- Pharma/Biotech (1)
- Private Equity (1)
- Travel and Tourism (1)
187 articles matched your search
Sort By: Newest first | Oldest first
Politics and social media are an incendiary combination, and 2015 is likely to be the UK’s first truly digital-led general election.
Philippa Dolan’s article is entitled ‘Fathers are not just for Christmas’.
On 13 May Collyer Bristow’s finance disputes team will be presenting a seminar that will give an update on ongoing developments and the most important cases in the past six months.
After 20 years of weekly commercial dealings with a company you might think you understand the terms, but here is a stark warning that you should take nothing for granted.
A medium-sized corporate client of Collyer Bristow got into temporary cash flow difficulties and, as a result, HMRC filed a petition for the winding up of the company for arrears of VAT.
The De-Regulation Act 2015 is aimed, in part, at simplifying the rules relating to deposits paid in connection with assured shorthold tenancies.
If your business offers enhanced maternity pay you should give some thought to whether you also want to offer enhanced shared parental pay, and other tips.
A review of developments, including the latest tribunal judgment, plus a consideration of the loose ends that remain.
Some interesting employment law points arise from the Jeremy Clarkson/BBC affair.
The Loan Market Association (LMA) standard terms are used widely in primary and secondary syndicated loan markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Copyright is rarely discussed in construction and development projects, but any project that involves the creation of written work, plans, photographs etc must consider it.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. That may be so, but in the visionary world of fashion a brand’s signature style is the lynchpin of its long-term success.
Williams v Leeds United FC – repudiatory breach of contract or: don't use your work email to send personal messages
A cautionary tale for employees using their work email accounts to send personal messages.
If the novelty of communal living is wearing thin for your own first-year student, you may be considering buying a house or flat.
A United States jury has found unanimously that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams’ 2013 hit Blurred Lines infringes the copyright in Marvin Gaye’s Got To Give It Up, first released in 1997.
Following a year of significant change, the recently published Tribunals’ Annual Report revealed a number of key trends in the Employment Tribunals.
A brief overview of four cases in which the firm has helped clients guard their reputation.
The CoA’s decision in Newbigin v SJ & J Monk has made it more difficult to avoid empty property rates.
The development of technology has outpaced legislation and the introduction of e-cigarettes and ‘vaping’ poses a problem for employers.
Philipa Dolan, partner and family law specialist at Collyer Bristow, has commented on a landmark Supreme Court bid to claim cash from her millionaire ex-husband 20 years after they divorced.