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Commercial litigators have been bombarded over the last year or so with scary cases on costs. The litigation landscape is changing.
In a recent case, the court had to consider the interpretation of contract documents where there are ambiguities in the order of precedence.
A recent case raises a difficult issue for employers: when should a requirement for competitive interviews be disapplied or modified for disabled job candidates?
The Payment Accounts Directive recently came into force and EU member states will have until August 2016 to introduce it into their own domestic legal systems.
Deciding a company name is important. A well-chosen name can help create a brand and develop the goodwill and, ultimately, value of the company.
What about all the man hours wasted — the hours preparing for court or hours spent dealing with problems caused by the other side’s breach?
A recent ruling has changed the way employers must now calculate holiday pay, with implications for both trading solvent businesses and insolvent businesses.
As a tenant, should you be concerned with building works carried out by a landlord before you enter a lease with them?
Bribery comes in many different forms and some are more easy to recognise than others.
A favourite context for the use of the word ‘reasonable’ is in loan and other funding agreements that contain negative undertakings.
A number of Tier 2 sponsors do not consider the effect of changes to their company structure on their sponsor licence and/or what their obligations are in such circumstances.
The government has introduced the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill, which if passed will make changes to the insolvency profession.
In July, DECC published its consultation paper on the proposed Private Rented Sector Energy Efficiency Regulations (Non-Domestic).
Youung people are increasingly funding their leisure activities by a traditional route of borrowing from friends.
In a recent controversial decision, the court held that a dispute resolution clause was enforceable.
It’s all too easy to hijack a company or LLP. If you want to minimise the risk of a fraudster targeting and damaging your business, you need to PROOF it.
Just what should you say when leaving an out-of-office message? Should it be funny, apologetic or just short and simple?
Many developers are seeking to develop land that is burdened by one or more historic restrictive covenants.
What’s in a name? Nothing, if there’s a number — what if the name and the BIC/account number don’t match?
Since 2007, all the major UK clearing banks have processed and routed electronic payments on the basis of sort code (or bank identifier code — BIC) and account number.
Got a company you no longer need? Perhaps it’s time to think about getting rid of it, freeing yourself of the burden of administration that comes with all corporate entities.