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Supreme Court dismisses Edenred’s challenge to the government’s decision not to tender for the administration of a new childcare scheme
The Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed Edenred’s challenge to HMT’s decision to award the administration of its new flagship tax-free childcare scheme to NSI.
The EAT has clarified two issues affecting the rights of workers on long-term sick leave to carry forward untaken annual leave under the Working Time Regulations 1998.
Eversheds’ retail finance briefing is designed to keep you up to date with the latest legal, regulatory and industry developments affecting the retail finance industry.
Welcome additional form of protection for financial institutions and their employees.
A successful party should obtain the unsuccessful party’s agreement that the adjudicator’s decision is binding...
Aa move towards a more flexible interpretation of when liquidated damages will be deemed to be a penalty.
Late amendments may not be permitted where the trial date has to be adjourned as a result, and other qualifications.
A recent case before the EAT has now considered this issue and found that TUPE can apply to a transferor and a sub-contractor.
Retail finance round-up – June 2015: FOS consults on amendments DISP, BoE publishes statistical release; and more
Legal, regulatory and industry news for the retail finance sector.
The recent case of Braithwaite v HCL Insurance BPO Services Ltd illustrates the need to consider the potential for age discrimination claims.
A puzzling decision from the Employment Appeal Tribunal.
Employment Tribunal fees challenge; non-employees and discrimination; Asda equal pay claims; and more...
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.