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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 new TUPE regulations taking effect introduce a number of amendments that could have considerable importance for charitable organisations.
Lobbying Act — what you need to know download
With the Lobbying Bill receiving Royal Assent on 30 January 2014, what are the key things you need to know about this new legislation and what impact is it likely to have?
New procurement directives download
With the European Parliament adopting three new directives covering public procurement on 15 January 2014, Mills & Reeve looks at the potential implications for the third sector.
There may be good news in store for charities in England with listed buildings and/or buildings of special architectural importance.
Synergy created in charity mergers download
With more charities being urged to merge to cope with reduced funding, we take a look at the potential advantages in merging and the legal points to consider before going ahead.
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?
The long-awaited judgment in Clark v In Focus was handed down at the Court of Appeal on 14 February, allowing the appeal.
The government’s announcement in December 2013 that subsidies for solar energy are to decrease may have an impact on investment trends in the renewables market.
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.
Defra has published its consultation document on the reform of the water abstraction management system under the seasonal title of ‘Making the Most of Every Drop’.
Environmental Stewardship is in a transitional stage pending the start of the next Rural Development Programme in 2015 and following the end of the previous programme on 31 December 2013.
Common Agricultural Policy reform download
The new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will come into force in 2015. The EU agreed the regulations for the new CAP reform in December 2013.
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 assisted IVF clinic Bourne Hall on the agreement of a deal with Mobeus Equity Partners to raise a £3.5m equity investment.
Mills & Reeve has acted for existing client O&H Properties on the sale of a development site in Peterborough to Urban Self Build for the delivery of 11 custom-build houses.
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.