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2014 again saw many small and mid-size companies encouraged to address continued shareholder activism and a keener focus on corporate governance.
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New rules proposed for brownfield sites to boost affordable housing initiatives.
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Since they were brought in there have been 23 sets of amends to the Insolvency Rules 1986. In 2015/16 the landscape of insolvency legislation will once again change.
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Gateley’s update offers headline-hitting news you need to know about, changes coming up in the law, landmark rulings and details of events and seminars you might be interested in.
Gateley’s trainees have put together some resolutions for you to follow in order to build on your success at work or law school.
A company may decide to return surplus cash to its shareholders. The simplest method involves the payment of a cash dividend, but are there any restrictions on a company’s ability to do this?
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’Landlords have reason to pause for thought when it comes to service charge recovery following a recent decision.
Returning value to shareholders has become a hot topic in recent years.
What employment law developments will make the headlines in the first half of 2015? Gateley employment associate Chris Davies gives us his predictions for the months ahead.
The powers of a liquidator in winding-up a company are set out in Schedule 4 of the Insolvency Act, which all IPs will be familiar with.
On 15 December 2014 the Financial Conduct Authority issued a final notice in respect of Jonathan Burrows, a managing director and ‘approved person’ in a well-known investment company.
This week Colin Russ provides top tips in relation to counsel being involved in mediation.
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