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Rather than a single new body to take on its role, the OFT’s functions have been spread between a number of different bodies, some old and some new.
As it moves into its second year as the FCA, the FCA has recently published its Business Plan for 2014–15 and its second annual Risk Outlook.
On 1 January 2014, the Financial Markets (Amendment) Act 2014 entered into force.
Weekly Newsletter Italy: 31 March to 6 April 2014 — Jobs Act; more controls of project workers; and more
Eversheds has released its Italy newsletter, which contains information on HR consultancy, litigation and dispute management and financial services and markets regulation.
The visa processing service, which until how has been provided by WorldBridge, will be provided by VFS Global from 26 March 2014.
New Model Services Contract — New Model Contract precedent for government ICT and business process outsourcing contracts
The Model Services Contract is intended to reflect current government priorities and recommended ways of doing business.
There has been much discussion around the issue of open disclosure in recent times.
This briefing from Eversheds focuses on three recent insurance cases, including Frank McHugh v Shelbourne O’Brien Ltd Trading As the Stag’s Head.
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.
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.