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It is often said that an injunction is one of the most powerful weapons in a litigator’s armoury.
Points that shed some light on this topic, plus tips on how to demonstrate an understanding of commercial awareness.
The Loan Market Association (LMA) has updated its agreements to reflect a variety of market practice points.
…and if you think that’s bad, wait til they add the planned ‘dislike’ button.
It would cost £3bn if the law required all of a member’s service to be reflected in the survivorship benefits of a civil partner.
Lenders, note that when seeking to enforce break cost clauses the nature of the swap, the wording and the notice arrangements will all be assessed.
When can you rely on expert evidence in court proceedings? You might think it is helpful to your case, but that may not be enough to persuade the court.
Some fraudsters have been thwarted by diligent and vigilant checks and there are some good lessons to be learned from the Miss Marples among us.
Amendments will be a relief to Insolvency Practitioners...
There appear to be fewer vacant shops than two years ago.
Pensions Regulator appears to be encouraging IPs to be more proactive on trustee appointment issues.
Home working can now take place in rented accommodation without threat of eviction.
If the consumer takes it into account what you have told them it may be deemed part of the contract.
Extent of harm caused will be looked at when deciding on disqualification.
If offering consumer fixed sum credit, take care how agreements over 12 months are drafted to ensure you remain exempt...
In a recent case determined by the TCC, works were delayed and due to complete 11 months later than originally scheduled.
Pensions Ombudsman takes a hard line on trustees by upholding complaints about delayed transfer value payments.
What happens when a company needs to share its confidential information with a third party?
Most managers will at some point in their careers encounter an employee who is difficult to deal with. So, what can you do to deal with them?
In its latest series of podcasts, Gateley offers some practical tips and pointers on how you can avoid claims against your business.