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Parties issuing a petition under Section 994 CA 2006 cannot be certain of the order the court will make.
Compliance with the new requirements will be essential for any landlord who wishes to use the Section 21 notice procedure to terminate an assured shorthold tenancy.
The debate surrounding players’ safety has reignited (if it ever went away), in particular in relation to the potential for head injuries.
Watch out for ‘rogue’ adjudicators.
A few years ago the French government seriously tried to make sport fully regulated at EU level on a top-down basis.
Too broad, too limited: and too far and too fast.
The UK government has the power to force English soccer’s lucrative Premier League to distribute more cash to the sport’s grassroots...
The extent to which hirers have to provide the ‘same opportunity’ was the subject of the case Coles v Ministry of Defence.
Some pointers on dealing with payments of tips and gratuities in the restaurant industry from an employment law perspective.
Recruitment sector businesses are currently prohibited from providing agency workers to organisations whose employees are taking part in strike action. However, this may all change...
Given the recent tube strike and the fact that yet more strikes are being threatened, employers will undoubtedly be faced with having to deal with travel disruption difficulties.
The headlines in brief.
Court clarifies the purpose of a counter-notice and considers the scope of the statutory duty.
Tower Hamlets found to have asserted ’rights of dominion’.
Paul Herbert discusses the International Olympic Committee’s agreement with Discovery Communications, a US-based global media company and the parent company of Eurosport.
This update considers three cases regarding holiday entitlement and pay currently in the UK courts.
£1,500 a year added to the cost of an average over-25 worker.
Do you have clients running out of space because they are storing too much of their customers’ unwanted property?
Commission, Parliament and Council reach concensus on some proposals.
Pragmatic conclusion to Singapore case on enforcement of Dispute Adjudication Board decision.