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You are looking to sell your shares in a company, but is it possible that the confidentiality provisions in your shareholders’ agreement will prevent you from doing so?
This article considers the form that mansion tax is likely to take and reviews the future issues a government would face in implementing such a tax.
A key significance of the judgment in Coventy v Lawrence for property developers is the assessment of risk of injunction arising out of infringement of rights of light.
The Intellectual Property Act 2014 aims to modernise copyright law and help designers and patent-holders protect their IP.
The LCIA’s new arbitration rules were introduced on 1 October 2014.
A new protocol has been drawn up for commercial landlords and tenants by two eminent Q.C.s from Falcon Chambers and two leading partners at Hogan Lovells.
The Supreme Court will be hearing an appeal in which it will consider the principles for striking out financial remedy claims when there is delay in family proceedings.
Landlords of private rented accommodation in certain parts of the Midlands are now under an obligation to check and keep records of the immigration status of their tenants.
This note is relevant to office holders who have, or may have, claims that, prior to April 2015, they ought — or wish — to bring against any third party.
The Court of Appeal has twice this year given judgments in the case Coventry and others v Lawrence and another, first in February and more recently in July.
Following a six-year project by the Law Commission, the Inheritance and Trustees’ Powers Act 2014 came into force on 1 October.
A recent decision in the Birmingham County Court has changed the way in which it was understood the legislation relating to tenancies and deposits was meant to operate.
The degree to which parties can be coerced into mediation is subject to the constant evolution of judicial guidance.
The Court of Appeal has considered, for the first time, the prevention of access to a company’s register of members under section 117 of the Companies Act 2006.
The Davies Report from 2010 recommended an increase in the number of women on the board of directors of listed UK companies.
October 2014 brings yet more changes to employment law, including national minimum wage rises and time off for partners to attend antenatal appointments.
The High Court has considered whether the defendant indemnifier was liable under a contract of indemnity, when the claimant indemnified party had not yet paid out the sums owed to the creditor.
The amusing story of one ‘selfie’-obsessed macaque monkey has turned into a row that raises novel points of copyright law.
The government has decided to postpone the implementation of a fully online system for the registration of lasting powers of attorney at the Office of the Guardian.
Soon there will be a major debate in Westminster on the future of the union that will likely lead to other changes.