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Development of 3D printers is on the rise and new companies are playing a vital part in developing the technology, reducing the costs and raising competition across the market.
Last summer the Government consulted on proposals designed to improve the energy efficiency of privately rented property.
Eversheds takes a look at recent deals where large technology companies have acquired add-on businesses, particularly in the areas of social media, cloud, mobile commerce and security.
The first CfD allocation auction round outcome has been published, with 27 contracts worth £315m being offered to projects that cover deliver over 2GW of renewable energy across England, Scotland and Wales.
The amendment to the Infrastructure Bill introducing a new Electronic Communications Code has been withdrawn by Secretary of State Patrick McLoughlin.
Here are our Top 10 tips for complying with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (PCR 2015) that come into force on on 26 February.
From 6 April 2015, the pensions landscape will be altered radically.
Ofcom is proposing the regulation of all electrical apparatus to ensure it does not cause undue interference to wireless telegraphy equipment.
A few simple measures for you to take as you prepare to comply with the Competition Ordinance that will introduce cross-sector competition law rules to Hong Kong this year.
€170bn (£120bn) of the EU’s 2014-2020 budget is earmarked for 10 former Eastern bloc countries, much of it being spent on infrastructure and energy projects. Of these, Poland represents the largest market.
The ICO has launched its guidance for app developers to help combat the perception that personal information collected through apps is not being appropriately protected.
UK on-shore shale gas and land rights: can a so-called ‘legal block’ stop the UK shale play in its tracks?
Last year was a year in which the UK environmental lobby began to mobilise against the UK unconventional gas industry.
The latest 2014 figures suggest that workers in the UK take in excess of 130 million days’ sickness absence per year.
March 2014 saw the publication of the latest Employment Tribunal statistics from the Ministry of Justice, for the period October to December 2013.
Terminating long-term distribution agreements; the court’s approach to injunctions to prevent termination
The termination of a long-term distributor or licensing agreement is a serious step for any distributer or supplier.
Trade unions are increasingly using a relatively unknown TULRCA provision in negotiations with employers over changes to collectively agreed terms and conditions.
The notion of ‘gross negligence’ is an important matter for customers and institutions alike and has been reviewed by the High Court and Supreme Court in deciding a recent case.
This report includes an analysis of the results of Eversheds survey on the Employment Tribunal process, which is based on 180 responses.