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Eversheds’ Simon Rice-Birchall has commented on the impending Court of Appeal decision on UNISON’s battle against the fees regime for employment tribunals.
The most important advantage of international arbitration is the enforceability of its result, as a deal is only as reliable as the mechanism by which it can be made legally enforceable.
The Court of Appeal decision in CLP Holding Company Ltd v Singh (1) Kaur (2) prompts consideration of a common oversight in dealing with dilapidations claims.
Statistics published by the UK Ministry of Justice for the period of April to June 2014 show a further drop in employment tribunal claims.
Tenants who go into possession of premises to begin fitting out works may assume that they will not be liable to pay business rates until such time as the premises are ready to trade.
Geoffrey Mead, partner at Eversheds, has commented on statistics from the UK Ministry of Justice that show a further drop in employment tribunal claims.
Eversheds has appointed Polly Sprenger as of-counsel to its fraud and investigations team.
Africa InBrief — August 2014: the use of evidence obtained from social media; immigration lockdown; and more
Eversheds has published the August 2014 issue of its Africa InBrief publication.
Recent cases dealing with good-faith provisions in contracts have important ramifications for the construction industry.
In Carewatch Care Services v Focus Caring Service and Others, Mr Justice Henderson had to consider the enforceability of standard post-termination restrictions.
Jackson LJ approved an amendment to CPR 3.8 (following on from the case of Hallam) to allow parties to agree a short time extension of up to 28 days.
The claimant in Rainford v Lawrenson was walking with her sister from her home to a bus stop on the A588 to catch a bus to school when she was knocked over by a car.
The Court of Appeal has recently handed down its judgment in a series of appeals arising out of applications for relief from sanctions.
This bulletin assesses numerous cases, including Collins v (1) Secretary of State for BIS (2) Stena Lane Irish Sea Ferries Ltd and Ahktar v Boland.
The Court of Appeal has devised a three-stage test that courts will use when considering whether to grant an application for relief from a sanction.
The Administrative Court of Appeal in Jönköping has ruled in favour of Hansa Bygg’s appeal against NCC Construction. Eversheds Stockholm represented Hansa Bygg.
Recent consultation case highlights the court’s willingness to intervene in public sector decision making
All health sector bodies thinking about taking decisions that are subject to a period of public consultation should take heed of the High Court’s recent judgment.
The recent case of Fujitsu Services Ltd v IBM United Kingdom Ltd is about one party’s efforts to defeat a clearly worded exclusion clause.
The Groceries Code Adjudicator was set up to ensure that large retailers with a turnover of more than £1bn comply with the Groceries Supply Code of Practice.
Germany: Federal Cartel Office bans food retail giant EDEKA from squeezing suppliers, EDEKA goes to court
Attempts by German supermarket EDEKA to force suppliers to grant it ‘wedding rebates’ following its acquisition of Plus in 2009 were abusive and unlawful.