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Financial Ombudsman Service publishes annual review; Wonga aims for reinvention in new payday lending ads; Woolsey v Payne; and more.
After judgment multiple and ongoing requests for information should be expected.
A consultation document on the court’s proposed fee structure has been published.
Retail finance roundup – May 2015: UK credit card transactions hit new record; misleading advertising; and more
Also: asset finance expands; EU calls for better banking models; and more.
Eversheds looks at the interesting question of the role that adjudication can, should and does play in the energy sector; as well as some of the key issues and pitfalls to be wary of.
It is typical to see residential occupiers enter into standard form building contracts which expressly include for the right to refer disputes to adjudication.
A recent case has provided a reminder of the circumstances in which a court will and will not interfere with the calling of an on-demand retention bond.
In a small percentage of cases, a judge might be minded to revise a decision after it has been delivered. A recent decision gives further guidance.
Muna Dandan, former head of legal for Barclays retail and commercial banking business in the Middle East, will lead the Eversheds’ financial services disputes and investigations practice in Asia.
As of 1 May 2015, Eversheds’ litigation team has been rejoined by attorney Maciej Józwiak.
Martin Warren, human resources practice group head at Eversheds, has commented on the Court of Justice decision in USDAW v Ethel Austin.
Eversheds has announced the promotion of 22 lawyers from around its international operations to the firm’s partnership, as part of the firm’s 2015 promotions round.
Case supports the view that a claim for breach of statutory duty is possible in relation to a contract award by a public body beyond the scope of the procurement regulations.
Tools that can be used to: minimise the risk of disputes; formulate and respond to claims; and resolve disputes.
A case of communication with the adjudicator before the adjudication commences, thought to be the first time the court has overturned a decision on this basis, and more.
Ruling has significant consequences on dawn raids by French competition authorities, who must now be sure to exclude privileged and unrelated documents.
JB Eversheds is recommended as a top-tier firm in the practice area of IP.
30% female non-execs on German boards; lower penalty for failing to consult a works council in France; mandatory retirement no more in Denmark; all the UK changes; and more.
The calculation of holiday pay is due to be considered yet again by a UK court this summer, with NICA hearing an appeal in the case of Patterson v Castlereagh Borough Council.
Eligible parents of children due to be born or adopted on or after 5 April will be entitled to a new form of time off work known as shared parental leave.