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The council is understood to have agreed a ‘general approach’ and compromise wording in respect of some of the more contested aspects of the draft directive on competition claims.
Expert witnesses often play a very important role in dispute resolution. Their opinion on an issue may be the most important part of a case.
Over the last few years, major power projects such as offshore wind and nuclear new build have increasingly been procured on a multi-contract basis. With this in mind, here are ten things that a developer should be aware of when drafting and negotiating contracts for a multi-contract project.
The Fair Deal sets out the principles that will ensure that staff compulsorily transferred out of the public sector will continue to have access to their existing public service pension schemes.
Eversheds has produced a guide for businesses on the different ways of resolving tax disputes, wherever they may arise.
Eversheds has commented on the launch of the UK National Crime Agency.
Spanish competition authorities impose fines of €43m for price fixing on Valencia Port Authority and others
The Spanish Competition Commission has imposed fines of €43m on five business associations, three companies and the Valencia Port Authority for fixing prices.
This financial institutions e-briefing from Eversheds includes an update on the Green Deal, revisions to the Land Registry’s practice guidelines and case law updates.
The Jackson reforms, which came into force in April, have brought with them a number of measures designed to control the costs of litigation.
Employers and pension scheme trustees will need to consider how they will treat same-sex married couples in respect of survivors’ benefits under their scheme.
Imperva has published a report on what it believes to be a major security weakness in the coding make-up of PHP.
The European Commission is reviewing the export control regime in the EU with an intention to create a streamlined regime to harmonise discrepancies.
The Communications Electronics Security Group has launched two schemes to help organisations rapidly obtain expert assistance should they fall victim to a cyber attack.
The Department for Education has published the national curriculum for computing that will come into force from September 2014.
The UK technology sector is defying the double-dip employment slump.
The government response to its consultation over TUPE reform reveals that changes to the 2006 TUPE Regulations will not be as significant as suggested previously.
This financial institutions e-briefing from Eversheds looks at the current overhaul going on in the professional indemnity insurance market.
Following its May consultation on the AIFMD reporting guidelines on 1 October, ESMA published its final report on the same containing the procedure on reporting obligations.
In May 2013, the FCA consulted on guidance about dealing fairly with interest-only mortgage customers who risk being unable to repay their loan.
The consultation sets out Ofcom’s proposals for calculating TV white space availability in the UK in a way that will enable the devices to coexist with licensed spectrum users.