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The University of Birmingham recently released a report outlining that the use of drones within the UK is expected to rise significantly over the next 20 years.
The results of the Health and Safety Executive’s 2014 Safer Sites inspection initiative have been released.
The Lending Code is a voluntary code of conduct on how banks should deal with lending to consumers, micro-enterprises and charities with an annual income of less than £1m.
The Law Commission has launched a research project considering reforms that would enhance the protection given to consumers in retail insolvencies.
A recent decision shows that the courts are prepared to go to great lengths to order the provision of collateral warranties, even in the most unlikely circumstances.
Consumers have the right to redress under the Consumer Protection (Amendment) Regulations 2014.
All UK companies are required to provide information about themselves in order to enable a person to identify the company and know where its records can be inspected.
In this article, Gateley provides 10 top tips regarding restrictive covenants.
Game over — Supreme Court order gives certainty to landlords and insolvency practitioners acting for tenant companies
Game Retail is reeling from the effects of the Supreme Court’s refusal of permission to allow reconsideration of an earlier Court of Appeal decision.
Two important questions were recently determined by the Court of Appeal when it had to consider whether or not to uphold an injunction granted by the High Court.
In the Game Station litigation, the Supreme Court didn’t get spooked by the previous case law and on Halloween confirmed that the Court of Appeal’s decision will stand.
If you are a private landlord in Scotland, in general terms, you want every tenancy you have to be a short assured tenancy.
In the post-Lehman era, a crisis has developed in the UK’s corporate governance regime.
When negotiating a deal, parties often mark correspondence as ‘without prejudice’, in the belief that the correspondence cannot be used in evidence if the matter ends up at court.
Greenclose v National Westminster Bank highlights the possible dangers of trying to serve formal notices during the Christmas period.
Risky business: HSE looks to improve management of fire risks in developments using timber frame structures
HSE has set out its expectations in relation to the management of fire risks prior to and during the construction of timber frame structures.
This briefing looks at the main points arising from the EAT decision, and the implications for employers and insolvency practitioners.
The cases of Fulton v Bear (Scotland) and Wood and Others v Hertel and Amec involved claims in respect of holiday pay under the Working Time Regulations 1998.
Does anybody really enjoy paying tax? Probably not. After all, a person is only required to pay the amount of tax they are lawfully required to pay.
Recently, the Technology and Construction Court considered the application of a contractual term that required the parties to adjudicate before bringing a claim.