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The Court of Appeal has dealt a worrying blow to employers, effectively saying that you cannot rely on common sense in your workforce.
It would appear from this High Court decision that the courts may in future direct parties involved in neighbourhood disputes to try to engage in mediation.
Restrictive covenants: ‘fixing’ the drafting, or a bad bargain, where will the courts draw the line?
In a recent case (Prophet plc v Huggett), the Court of Appeal considered where the line must be drawn in terms of the courts’ ability to be pragmatic.
New building contracts for small-scale commercial projects and domestic projects are due to be launched on 5 November 2014 by RIBA.
The murky world of Iraqi oil exploitation provided an answer to this question in a recent case (Unaoil Ltd v Leighton Offshore Offshore Pte Ltd).
Earlier this year, the Bank of England announced that it was withdrawing the legal tender status of the then current £50 note. What did that mean?
Would be right or wrong for a football club to re-employ one of its players who has now been released from prison?
The LASPO exemption for insolvency cases is due to come to an end in April 2015.
In the last 20 years, the UK has seen the development of family-friendly employment rights, with their focus now moving away from the idea of the mother being the main carer.
A recent case has highlighted the risks of not expressly dealing with VAT in a commercial property transaction.
Lenders are reminded that if they become aware of a breach by a borrower under a loan agreement, prompt action is necessary to protect their position.
What options are there for setting up a new company and what key matters should be considered?
In this post, Gateley looks at the requirements for executing contracts on behalf of companies.
Companies could soon be faced with having to buy specialist office furniture for overweight staff if a European court case rules that obesity qualifies as a disability.
Can employees smoke e-cigarettes in the workplace and what can an employer do about their use?
Last month, the court considered an application by a company’s former administrators to fix their remuneration...
Buyers are still keen to ensure they can be certain of what they acquire by incorporating some method of testing the target’s value in the acquisition agreement.
During the lifetime of a construction project, you are likely to be provided with a number of agreements/contracts that need to be signed on your behalf.
Scotland retains its own legal system and courts, and businesses need to take account of that.
The Crossrail effect looks set to be a positive one as an increase in connectivity and capacity opens up the possibility for investment in new parts of London.