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Whistleblowers: the new law download
Changes to the protection for whistleblowers implemented by the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act take effect on 25 June.
Mills & Reeve trainees win at LawWorks Awards.
As a result of the recent entry into force of the CIDR Act 2012, insurers and insureds will have to be aware of changes affecting the treatment of consumer complaints by the FOS.
Recently reported cases demonstrate that the judiciary are more prepared than ever to impose tough sanctions on those who grossly exaggerate their claims.
Non-sensitive personal data must be processed in a way that complies with the eight data protection principles. There are additional requirements if the data is of a sensitive personal nature.
In 2012, the Audit Commission reported that social-housing fraud accounts for the largest losses, arising from fraud, in local government.
Mills & Reeve acquires nine-strong defendant insurance team from DLA Piper.
There is a new short-form professional services contract, ideal for use on smaller-scale projects or for work with a very simple scope.
The Law Commission has published a report recommending a new electronic communications code.
The Court of Appeal found that the payments by the bungalow owners had a real relation to the rights granted in the bungalow owners’ favour, which they continued to exercise.
In the case of Baroque Investments Limited v Heis and Bewick (2012), two disputes arose after the parties agreed the surrender of a lease.
Breathing space for landlords: reclaiming service charges from residential long leaseholders download
This briefing focuses on Daejan Investments Limited v Benson.
When acquiring a new investment property with an asset life extending beyond 2015, enquiries should be made into the property’s air-conditioning plant.
The Tax Tribunal has concluded that the transaction between the Royal College of Paediatricians and Child Health and Coleridge was a TOGC.
As part of a review of the allegations of sexual abuse by Jimmy Savile, the barrister tasked with considering themes arising from those investigations has invited comment from NHS staff about four issues.
Will the corporate veil be pierced? download
Mills & Reeve discusses the Petrodel Resources v Prest judgment.
Mills & Reeve has made the shortlist for the Best Contribution by a Regional Law Firm award. In addition, two of the law firm’s trainee solicitors, Jennifer Dalby and Rebecca Green, have been jointly shortlisted for the Junior Lawyers Division Pro Bono award.
Contract essentials — 6 June 2013 download
When interpreting a contract, it’s not just the express terms of the contract that are important. Careful consideration should also be given to implied terms.
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 includes a number of measures to encourage employers and employees to settle disputes at an early stage.
Mills & Reeve has announced that its merger with Manchester firm George Davies has completed.