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When an employment relationship comes to an end, the tax-efficient structuring of termination payments is key.
Recent case shows how discrimination can work both ways.
Could a single mother who works full-time in a secretarial role at a university “realistically afford” to bring a claim in the Employment Tribunal?
Thousands of UK organisations are now required to publish an annual anti-slavery and human trafficking statement.
The Government recently announced a raft of changes to planning requirements as part of a package of initiatives to tackle the shortage of new homes.
Radiohead have sued their former label Parlophone, it has emerged, in a dispute over deductions made from their download income back in 2008 and 2009,...
Landlord can no longer serve a section 21 eviction notice in certain circumstances.
Echoes of Beatles 1980s CD saga, as no agreement was made on royalties for digital downloads.
Problems for collective actions that cannot be brought in the High Court...
Those with claims that could not be included in the US action may choose to litigate in England for various reasons...
In a recent case, a tenant removed a Banksy mural from the wall of a building in Folkestone and the landlord, a charity promoting the arts, wanted it back.
The most significant IP/competition law crossover case since our last edition of IP Matters is the EU Court of Justice decision in Huawei v ZTE.
A class action against 12 major banks for antitrust activity in the credit default swaps market presents an opportunity to review where things have got to in the European Commission’s investigation of anticompetitive conduct.
Banks are obliged to provide retail dlients with “best execution”, ie. to sell products at the market rate.
Street artists are getting IP-savvy.
Businesses should review their training and complaints procedures.
Tribunals’ powers more limited in respect of recommendations to employers in discrimination claims, and other changes.
An act has come into force that revolutionises the regime under which victims of anticompetitive behaviour can sue for damages.
Employers must implement new systems, or there will be claims…...
The FCA now has the power to regulate competition in the financial services sector.