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Nathan Donaldson has provided governor appeals training to ensure that the executive of Ravensbourne had sufficient governors to call upon to hear any future grievance.
Stephen Rosen, head of the financial disputes group at Collyer Bristow, has commented on a recent Panorama programme called ‘Did the bank wreck my business?’.
Collyer Bristow provides 10 pointers to help you to engage alumni and encourage/manage donations.
For many families, choosing the right school for their children is difficult. Once this decision is made, families should think about how they will fund that education.
Banks have become very active in recent months selling off loans in large portfolio sales.
The issue of senior school entry is a particular issue for London parents where school options within a small catchment area can be so varied.
Christopher Rennie-Smith from Collyer Bristow gave a presentation entitled ‘Partial Priorities and Toxic Divisionals’ at the 15th open forum of FICPI.
In a decision that has been welcomed by the Association of Residential Managing Agents, the Court of Appeal has overturned the earlier decision in Phillips v Francis.
In an important decision, the High Court has held that a property valuer was liable in negligence to the issuer of securitised bonds.
Lack of capacity to enter into speculative derivative transactions was no bar to liability — Credit Suisse International
The High Court has held that a Dutch social-housing association was liable under an ISDA master agreement because it had made representations that it had capacity.
Many employers will have been concerned about the recent media coverage of an Employment Appeal Tribunal decision regarding overtime and holiday pay.
One of the latest developments by Collyer Bristow client Ipsus Developments has been featured on the BBC website.
The ruling is that certain types of overtime, where the employee is required to work extra hours, must be included in the holiday pay calculation.
Leveson has made only limited progress in ensuring victims of the press are protected and that they can easily seek redress for wrongdoing when it occurs.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that overtime should be included in holiday pay.
The Solicitors Journal has published an article on civil restraint orders written by Patrick Wheeler from Collyer Bristow.
Ashwood Enterprises v Bank of Ireland: third-party legal charge secures all monies owed by borrower and related parties
The High Court has held that a third-party legal charge secured not only the initial £27m loan granted by a bank to a property development company.
‘Turning the tables on the stalkers’ will focus on the implications for service providers and the effectiveness of current legislation and policing.
Over the summer months, ‘surrogacy’ has become a very topical issue, following the public furore that surrounded the case of ‘Baby Gammy’.
Credit card fees (called MIFs) have been in the news because of a recent European Court of Justice decision about their unlawfulness.