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M&A Diligence: time-limited obligation to resolve a dispute by friendly discussions found to be enforceable
Care should be taken when inserting clauses into acquisition agreements that require parties to speak to each other to resolve problems.
A truncated due diligence exercise, however time-efficient, can lead to unexpected exposure for purchasers.
The High Court has held that a director is not subject to an implied term requiring the delivery up of confidential documents after the termination of his appointment.
Let’s look back over some of the capital market activity which captured the attention of the investors and the media this year.
If you are thinking of forming a new company, limited liability partnership or business, new regulations coming into force on 31 January 2015 may help when it comes to choosing your company name.
Like all digital content industries, video gaming has been beset by piracy, and this article looks at some of the issues facing the sector.
Kemp Little looks at the development of case law on TUPE in outsourcing situations and draws out five main themes from the key cases of the last 12 months.
The cost of poorly performing IT and intra-group outsourcing in the FS sector — it could be higher than you think
The recent spate of fines handed down to banks demonstrates how critical the understanding, control and oversight of IT systems has become within the FS sector.
Nicola Fulford, privacy and data protection partner, and Alex Cravero, commercial technology associate, discuss the significance of the Shellshock bugs.
This piece considers the impact of the Payment Systems Regulator, which was created on 1 April 2014 by the Financial Services (Banking Reform) Act 2013.
Over the past few months, the press has reported a rash of upcoming spin-offs.
M&A diligence: marking a document ‘without prejudice’ may not be enough to prevent admission to court
Marking a document ‘without prejudice’ will not necessarily be a conclusive factor when a court decides whether the document is admissible in evidence.
The IPO prospectus of Xurpas shows revenue growth of 75 per cent on average per year since 2011 and enviable margins of 42 per cent average earnings before tax.
A recent case is a good lesson for those involved with the drafting of acquisition indemnities to ensure the wording and grammatical construction is clear.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that workers are entitled to have voluntary overtime included in the calculation of their holiday pay.
Latency is the delay experienced in an IT system between an input being sent and an output being received.
The term ‘software development’ is used to describe the set of steps or phases that a computer program goes through when it is being developed.
Outsourcing arrangements are often at the core of a customer’s business, given their long-term nature and the increasing trend to outsource business-critical functions.
In Unaoil v Leighton Offshore, the Commercial Court rejected Unaoil’s claim for liquidated damages on the basis that the relevant clause was an unenforceable penalty.
The Court of Appeal recently considered the enforceability of an expert’s determination of whether a company’s historic accounting practices should be applied.