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In the months since the landmark decision of the Supreme Court in Cheshire West, the courts have continued to put into effect Lady Hale’s ‘acid test’.
In Thompson v Renwick Group plc, Mr Thompson was exposed to asbestos while working for his employer, a transport haulage company, during the mid-1970s.
The Supreme Court has reversed the Cheshire West decision by seven Justices to zero and the Surrey decision by four to three.
Ben Williams, a barrister at Kings Chambers, considers how companies can control the misuse of group email systems.
Tina Ranales-Cotos, a barrister at Kings Chambers, discusses whether e-cigarettes can be banned in the office.
The High Court has confirmed that the NPPF did not change substance of planning policy and clarifies what information must be advertised for EIA.
The government has introduced a quiet but seemingly highly successful revolution in the preparation of development plans. The headline was the revocation of regional spatial strategies and the supposed devolving of power back to local planning authorities to shape their districts.