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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?
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Scotland retains its own legal system and courts, and businesses need to take account of that.
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As the UK moves into the final few months before a general election, sponsors’ immigration compliance is likely to become even more closely monitored by the Home Office.
Practical completion is probably the most important stage in a construction contract.
In formal terms, a customer is any client that is not an ‘eligible counterparty’.
Whether you are a property developer or a retailer, your business and trading practices are governed by the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations.
Establishing whether or not someone actually is a director is not quite as straightforward as you may think.
The two standard measures for lending secured on commercial real estate are interest cover and loan to value.
On 6 August 2014, the Insolvency Service published a call for evidence in order to consider how the debt relief order process can be improved.
For a certain breed of investor, distressed property portfolios — often referred to as ‘zombie’ assets — are starting to look less cadaverous.
Those who wish to let their former homes may be denied mortgages, following implementation of a new European Mortgage Credit Directive.
When an architect produces a certificate to confirm a property has been constructed to a satisfactory standard, and it hasn’t, the purchasers will want some form of redress from the architect.
The fact that a business is thriving may also sometimes surprisingly lead to an employee being dismissed on grounds of redundancy.
Who is knocking at the door? HSE construction inspectors targeting poor standards and unsafe practices
We are now one week into the HSE’s Safer Sites inspection initiative. Inspectors are arriving unannounced at sites across the UK where refurbishment projects or repair works are under way.
A recent case demonstrates some practical issues relating to confidentiality provisions.