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The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority is looking at ways of assisting parties seeking to get involved.
A number of key questions still need to be answered with regard to the development of a secondary market for annuities.
Retailers must reassess their place in a world where businesses can manufacture products more cheaply and consumers could soon be making their own goods.
The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill will be implemented on a phased basis, starting later this year.
Most of the changes which have been made are points of clarification or updated definitions.
The ICO has served Staysure.co.uk, an online travel insurer, with a £175,000 penalty notice for a serious breach of the security principle of data protection law.
The Central Bank of West African States has entrusted Cre´ditinfo VoLo with establishing the first credit bureaux in the member states of the West African Monetary Union.
The department’s response sets out the changes made to regulations and guidance.
Opportunities for private health and social care providers to work with local authorities.
The Memorandum of Understanding between the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and the Health and Safety Executive puts the primary responsibility for investigating and enforcing patient safety issues in the hands of the CQC.
The Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 heralds a new phase in judicial review practice.
Private healthcare contractors with employees in ‘broadly comparable schemes’ need to be aware of guidance issued by the Department for Health.
It has been recognised for a long time that being able to deliver integrated care is a key element of an effective health service.
Many NHS Trusts benefitted from new facilities under PFI/PPP arrangements. Some Trusts are now asking whether these arrangements continue to be a benefit or have now become a burden.
Two of the key health battlegrounds we will be keeping an eye on.
Kathryn Coyne and James Pickavance discuss the practice of paying monies on account in respect of disputed items, the risks of doing this and how these risks can be minimised.
Business rates are now a significant expense for most businesses. But a recent test case has resulted in success for GPs seeking to reduce their business rates burden.
A recent court decision will affect the group financing arrangements of industrial and manufacturing groups with Swiss financial or cash pooling arrangements.
The Deregulation Bill 2015 contains a number of significant measures in relation to assured shorthold tenancy agreements.
The true ownership of a domain name and the type of rights therein are more complicated than they might at first appear...