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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.
Football insolvency download
The realities are that in any football insolvency the creditors (including the players) lose out and the players involved are usually at the lower-level clubs.
Shortly before Christmas, the government published its extensive full response to the Francis Report, entitled ‘Hard Truths’.
Match fixing download
Match-fixing cases tend to be messy. They can result in three (possibly four) sets of legal proceedings all running at once.
Pre-contracts in football download
It is common practice for clubs to ask players to enter into pre-contract agreements. However, are such agreements enforceable?
Right to work for sportspeople? download
It is not uncommon for sportspeople to find themselves being ‘benched’ for reasons other than their on-field performance or their off-field behaviour.
The great doping debate in sport download
New research suggests that athletes using steroids for only a short period could gain an unfair advantage over ‘clean’ competitors for up to 10 years.
Mills & Reeve has announced the arrival of Philip Treanor as a corporate partner in its Manchester office. He joins the law firm from Pannone.
Mills & Reeve has acted for Low Carbon Innovation Fund on a series of investments totalling approximately £12.5m in just nine months.
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.
The close of last year saw the commencement date for section 122 of the Localism Act 2011.
The draft Community Infrastructure Levy (Amendment) Regulations 2014 are due to come into force in early 2014.
The government is currently consulting on draft regulations that will underpin the heritage elements of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013.
Employment review of year 2013–14 download
In this briefing, Mills & Reeve takes 10 key areas of employment law and looks back on developments in 2013 that are likely to have continuing significance.
Mills & Reeve has been included in The Sunday Times’ 100 Best Companies to Work For list for the 11th year running.
Mills & Reeve has acted for Healthcare at Home, a clinical homecare provider, in its strategic acquisition of the Medihome group.
Mills & Reeve has advised worldwide fruit and vegetable supplier UNIVEG on its acquisition of UK-based fruit company Empire World Trade.
Mills & Reeve has advised Ubisense Group on its acquisition of Japanese company Geoplan Interworks KK for a maximum consideration of JPY564.7m.
This year, Mills & Reeve has continued its tradition of making donations to charities chosen by each office, rather than sending Christmas cards to clients and suppliers.
For companies with a year-end of 31 December, the new remuneration reporting requirements for directors of UK-incorporated listed companies will kick in from 1 January.