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Was the dismissal of Liverpool’s mayor fair, when he didn’t carry out any of his day-job duties but was still entitled to be paid?
Courts will only imply a duty of good faith into a commercial contract in very limited circumstances so if the parties intend it to contain such a duty it should be expressly set out.
The decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal in the Woolworths and Ethel Austin cases introduced an alternative interpretation to the meaning of ‘one establishment’.
If a name is included on the form and the individual does not have a genuine conflict of interest the decision could be unenforceable.
Tracksuits on, as judge grants review of status that could see bridge organisation reclaim VAT on entry fees.
Landlords: do you carry out works on the basis that your tenants have to reimburse you for the costs? If you do, you may well come a cropper.
Before you issue shares, think, what are the consequences? In this blog post Gateley looks at some of the things to consider when issuing shares.
Asset-based lending is continuing to grow its popularity as companies look to secure new growth in the UK’s improving economy.
The insolvency of City Link continues to command attention, with the spotlight shifting to redundancies. A consultation on the subject has now been launched.
Some grandparents might soon be entitled to 36 weeks’ leave plus their annual holiday and three days’ paid volunteer leave.
Lenders will share information on lending to SMEs under the new small business act. Whether this will improve or hamper choice for SMEs remains to be seen.
Defendants to fraud-type claims by a company cannot rely on their own wrongdoing to escape liability for fraud.
The words ‘in the public interest’ are in the whistleblowing law, but it is open for workers to claim that a disclosure about a breach of their own contract is in the public interest.
This case provides a useful reminder that, in order to rely on auditors’ reports, a direct contractual engagement of the auditors by the lender is the best approach.
Although a buyback can be fairly easy to effect, if the strict legal requirements are not followed you may find that the buyback did not take place at all.
After negotiations signing a contract should be easy, but sometimes the simplest things – like inserting the name of the company you are contracting with – can be problematic.
Two recent cases, both favourable to office-holders, have further developed guidance on compelling parties to produce information and documentation to insolvency office-holders...
Statutory holidays to undertake voluntary work… so how does that not conflict with that other pledge – to ease the burden on business?
A look at the housing policies of the main parties; it seems Labour and the Lib Dems are targeting the rental market more than the Conservatives.
The ban on corporate directors is due to come into force soon, but a recent consultation suggests the Government may be having a change of heart.