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The appointment of Patrice Merrin to the board of Glencore was described as a ‘historic day for the FTSE’ representing the end of all-male boards in the FTSE 100.
On 13 November, the NHS announced a ‘radical’ new idea to become fully paperless — that is to say, provide more services online.
A pair of consultation papers released over the summer outline areas where the Takeover Panel is seeking to improve the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.
Tim Ryan guides us through the cyber-security puzzle with five useful recommendations.
For companies looking to move to the Main Market, there has been a concern as to whether there will be sufficient liquidity in the market for shares in companies with standard listings.
The EAT has confirmed that all elements of a worker’s normal remuneration must be taken into account when calculating holiday pay.
This note focuses on two aspects of the new rules that have attracted the most vocal criticism.
Lord Justice Christopher Clarke held litigation funders liable for the costs of successful opponents in Excalibur Ventures v Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd.
Richard Branson has introduced a ‘non-policy’ on holidays for 170 staff in the UK and the US. This ‘radical’ approach has already been, in part, rolled out by Netflix.
The recent £22m arbitration award against HM Government in favour of Raytheon, provider of the troubled UN E-Borders project, has once again shone the spotlight on international commercial arbitration.
Memery Crystal’s Merrill April presents five top tips regarding employment status.
Partner Tim Crosley gives his seven key employment tax tips that businesses should bear in mind.
From January 2015, certain companies will be required to report annually on the payments that they have made to governments during the year.
AIM-listed companies and nominated advisers must have adequate regard to developments in Ukraine and in particular to EU sanctions against Russia.
Will it ever be reasonable to refuse to mediate? The following are circumstances that might be exceptions to the usual rule.
The subject of holiday in employment law has been somewhat of a moveable feast, with a number of high-profile court decisions in recent years, both at domestic and European level, resulting in a number of changes in the law.
The Court of Appeal has provided useful guidance as to when a landlord may justifiably oppose a tenant’s lease renewal under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.
Non-competition restrictive covenants have been described by a leading judge as ‘the most powerful weapon in the employer’s armoury’.
The Supreme Court of Iraq has rejected the request of the Iraqi federal oil minister to rule against the right of the KRG to export oil out of Kurdistan.
From 30 June 2014, the right to request flexible working becomes available to all employees.