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Defendants to fraud-type claims by a company cannot rely on their own wrongdoing to escape liability for fraud.
Pauline Munro, legal director at Gateley’s Leeds office, will represent Great Britain at the European Duathlon Championships in Alcobendas, Spain, on Sunday, 26 April 2015.
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.
Failing to develop a strategy for dealing with claims in good time for deadlines is an easy but expensive mistake to make.
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A useful reminder about the risks of the trustee in bankruptcy’s fees and costs on annulment of a bankruptcy...
Amended legislation allows offices to be converted to residential use without the need to apply for full planning permission.
A bus driver who controlled his type 2 diabetes by avoiding sugary drinks was found to be not disabled for the purposes of the Equality Act, but don’t assume that will always be the case.
Female representation on FTSE 100 boards has increased without regulation or quotas, says report.
If you enter into an ad hoc adjudication agreement and use the phrase ‘shall be binding’, be sure you understand the effect.
A cashier was dismissed for profiting from an Easter egg price labelling error. The employee did not think she was doing anything wrong. Read about the case here. What do you think?
When the rule against penalties might apply to a fee payable to a bank under finance documents.
A landlord’s liability can continue throughout the whole contractual term of the lease.