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Employers would be wise to stay alert to what can constitute ‘blowing the whistle’, particularly given the recent and upcoming changes in the law.
New planning rules for change come into effect — regime relaxed for change of use from office to residential
The relaxation of the requirement for planning permission for a change of use from office to residential is a new permitted development right.
Much has been written about the current shake-up to the litigation costs regime. However, another facet of the new costs rules will be equally, if not more, important to litigants.
A series of controversial and significant changes are shortly to be introduced which, depending on one’s viewpoint, may reduce access to justice for some, whilst increasing it for others.
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill going through Parliament will merge the OFT with the Competition Commission, creating the Competition and Markets Authority.
By Ian Bradshaw On 12 June 2013, the Supreme Court laid down a marker by unanimously allowing an appeal by Yasmin Prest and allowing her to get her hands on...
It will be interesting to see what effect the latest changes to the UK Takeover Code have on takeovers.
The High Court has handed down judgment in the long-running case of Interflora Inc v Marks & Spencer plc.
The impact of the ECHR on competition law has mostly been confined to procedural matters; however, it has had some impact on substantive law as well and this may be set to increase.
The explosion in new generic top-level domains is likely to create an increase in the potential for ‘cyber-squatting’.
The time has come to reform the complicated rights of both consumers and businesses when buying goods and services.
The Finance Bill 2013 received Royal Assent on 17 July 2013, triggering a number of private client measures to come into force.
Nigel Adams from Goodman Derrick acted for Lloyd and Carr in their successful defence in defamation action.
Goodman Derrick has advised the shareholders of CCL Vehicle Rentals Ltd in respect of the sale of the company (for an undisclosed amount) to multinational car rental company Hertz.
Goodman Derrick has advised OMG plc in relation to its placing and open offer, raising a total of £9m, and in respect of its acquisition of Mayrise Limited, a company providing highways and management software products.
Employers and their human-resources advisers face constant difficulties in trying to avoid potential pitfalls posed by current employment and discrimination law.
Goodman Derrick has announced that Joanna Higton has joined the firm as a partner in the corporate group.
Goodman Derrick has acted for Chime Communications on its acquisition of People Marketing UK and WARL Group.
Goodman Derrick announces employment law seminar.
Two recent cases have considered the validity of post-acquisition covenants.