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There are now more detailed rules for certain aspects of commercial and non-commercial aviation operations.
The upcoming launch of new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) will mark one of the biggest shake-ups of the internet since its introduction.
Ofcom has published a consultation on its proposals for authorising land-based, aircraft-mounted and ship-mounted Earth stations on mobile platforms.
Railcare has been saved after a deal was struck with a German company that was previously on the verge of buying the business in July.
On 1 July 2013, followings its consultation ‘Judicial review: proposals for reform’, the government introduced significant changes to the judicial review process.
Ryanair has been told to reduce its 29.8 per cent stake in Aer Lingus to just five per cent.
The last 12 months has proved an exceptionally busy period for employment law reform. This October brings fewer changes, but they are nonetheless noteworthy.
The long-running saga of Daejan Investments Ltd v Benson and Others reaches what should be its ultimate conclusion as far as the courts are concerned.
The abolition of the ancient common law right to ‘distress for rent’ has been on the cards since the enactment of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007.
The government has published a consultation paper on permitted development rights that proposes new planning rules to allow greater flexibility.
London, some say, is a first-rate city trapped in a second-rate country, and its massive real-estate investment inflows are seen as the new (and long-term) ‘normal’.
The results are in from Eversheds’ ‘Automatic Enrolment One Year On’ survey.
From this date, anyone reaching age 65 will not be entitled to a state pension until they reach age 66.
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.
In May 2013, the FCA consulted on guidance about dealing fairly with interest-only mortgage customers who risk being unable to repay their loan.
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.
This financial institutions e-briefing from Eversheds looks at the current overhaul going on in the professional indemnity insurance market.
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.
The UK technology sector is defying the double-dip employment slump.
The Department for Education has published the national curriculum for computing that will come into force from September 2014.