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This article considers the important distinction between breaches of trust and breaches of a trustee’s duty of care.
The last two years have seen Libor manipulation or rate fixing at the centre of a scandal that emerged in the US and crossed the Atlantic to the UK.
Regulations setting out the final details of the ACAS early conciliation scheme have now been published, in time for it to take effect as planned from 6 April 2014.
A recently issued claim in the High Court could have a chilling effect on the information a campaign group can collect and use.
The long-awaited judgment in Clark v In Focus was handed down at the Court of Appeal on 14 February, allowing the appeal.
Health Legal Update — February 2014 download
Mills & Reeve has published the February edition of its Health Legal Update, which includes information on the NHS, regulatory news, patient matters and legal processes.
Mills & Reeve has advised Trinity College on its acquisition of Dunsfold Park near Cranleigh in Surrey at a total cost of just more than £50m.
Mills & Reeve has brought together a round-up of some recent litigation cases that may be of interest to you.
Mills & Reeve looks at the test for claiming litigation privilege and the ways in which organisations and their lawyers can safeguard a right to privilege where it may exist.
The role of judges now involves preventing parties from incurring disproportionate costs and is not limited to controlling the level of costs recovered by the winner from the loser.
Mills & Reeve looks at the implications of the Supreme’s Court’s recent decision in Marley v Rawlings (2014).
When things go wrong, a well-drafted exclusion clause could make all the difference. What should you be aware of when you are drafting or reviewing these clauses?
Compliance will be the watchword for 2014 and beyond. Adhere to deadlines/court timetables and all should be fine.
Two recent solicitors’ claims deal with the consequences of clients failing to read documents.
Twelve months is a long time. It is probably overstating it to say that the profession has seen unprecedented change, but it has been both dramatic and volatile.
There were developments last month in the ongoing discussions around the need for greater regulation of cosmetic medical devices.
Contractual disputes in sport download
There can be, and often are, disputes between clubs and players regarding the ‘extra’ contractual clauses that are often inserted into contracts.
The drafting of planning conditions download
The thorny issue of the drafting of conditions went before the High Court in R (oao) Teresa Sienkiewicz v South Somerset District Council and Probiotics International Ltd.
In Woodland v Essex County Council the Supreme Court reviewed the law on non-delegable duties of care and set out the criteria when a non-delegable duty arises.
It’s fair to say that Akenhead J’s recent decision in Parkwood Leisure Ltd v Laing O’Rourke Wales and West Ltd has caught the attention of construction lawyers.