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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.
Deferred prosecution agreements, the government’s newest weapon in the fight against corporate crime, have become available to prosecutors.
The ESMA has written to the European Commission requesting that the definition of ‘derivative’ or ‘derivative contract’ in Regulation (EU) No 648/2012 is clarified.
The issue of what duties a lead underwriter owes to the following market when settling a claim was considered by the commercial court in the context of a ‘follow clause’.
Deferred prosecution agreements, the government’s newest weapon in the fight against corporate crime, become available to prosecutors from 24 February 2014.
Last year was an eventful year in the residential sector. In this briefing, Eversheds looks back through the top five influential and surprising cases.
New research from Eversheds has revealed that a new breed of young lawyer is seeking to reform the legal sector.
The European Commission has adopted a proposal for a directive on the protection of trade secrets.
Eversheds’ Pensions Agenda summarises 10 key issues that UK pension plans and plan sponsors need to be aware of.
James Batham, partner and head of the retail sector at Eversheds, looks at what happened in 2013 and what the outlook is for the year ahead.
The FCA has published its findings into its review as to whether asset managers are effectively managing the risks relating to outsourcing.
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.