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Publication of the Department for Education’s updated guidance on keeping children safe in education has caused confusion and fear across the education community.
The decision to expel a university student for a disciplinary offence is one of the most serious a university has to take.
A recent High Court case held that a council could not demand payments from a developer to monitor section 106 payments. Whether this will have an impact in practice remains to be seen.
What should a school do if a 16-year-old objects to them disclosing reports and exam results to an estranged parent?
The judgment represents a turning point in the phone-hacking litigation, says Collyer Bristow’s Steven Heffer...
Interim ‘relief’ (or ‘measures’) cover a variety of different orders that may be made pending the outcome of an arbitration. Whether such measures are available depends on a number of factors.
Social media can do an immense amount of good but we have also seen what happens when it goes wrong. Recently a number of cases have involved social media users.
What will those who are or have been thinking of coming to England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland to live here for some time, but not indefinitely, do?
US IT companies could be forgiven for feeling victimised, especially after the European Commission recently rapped Google for abusing its power.
Changes in the taxation of trusts and the possible effect of Labour proposals on non-doms’ IHT position.
The fees system divided opinion from the outset and has already been the subject of several judicial review challenges.
Domain name TaylorSwift.porn has been bought by the singer to safeguard her image as naming restrictions are lifted. Your clients had better consider the implications too.
The key political battlegrounds laid bare.
Politics and social media are an incendiary combination, and 2015 is likely to be the UK’s first truly digital-led general election.
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.