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Mills & Reeve explores the law relating to this contentious subject and look at pitfalls and issues to be avoided and managed.
Mills & Reeve has emphasised the need to read and understand insurance indemnity arrangements.
The new Fair Deal provides for staff who have their employments transferred from a public sector employer to a private contractor to continue to be members of the public service scheme that they were in before.
A long battle between airline pilots and British Airways may have paved the way for more generous holiday pay for ground-based UK workers.
Proposal forms often contain basis of contract clauses and accuracy in completing the proposal is as important as it has ever been. This article explains why.
A recent case is of great interest to those that work within the UK construction industry.
This is not the first time that England has faced social, economic and environmental challenges giving rise to housing need.
Insurers have resisted funding the contingency for high-risk properties, which has resulted in governmental persuasion through a series of pooling agreements with the ABI.
The registration of land as a town or village green remains a critical consideration for landowners and occupiers due to the restrictions upon the ability to develop and use the land.
There have been some interesting Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) cases in the last few months.
The necessary wayleave regime is a procedure allowing a statutory undertaker to apply for a wayleave where there is a proposed new power line, or a landowner has served notice to remove an existing power line.
A restrictive covenant is an agreement between two parties whereby one of the parties agrees to restrict the use of its land for the benefit of the other party.
VAT problems in store? download
Changes to the VAT treatment of self-storage facilities make it very important for landlords to know what use their tenants are actually putting their property.
Employment Post — Autumn 2013 download
In this issue of Employment Post, Mills & Reeve looks at the evolution of TUPE, holiday pay, collective consultation and ACAS.
The draft EU data protection regulation has caused much debate, but is it too early to prepare for implementation?
An NHS Trust v Dr A download
The Honourable Mr Justice Baker gave judgment in the case An NHS Trust v Dr A following a long process.
The abolition of the Agricultural Wages Board took effect on 25 June 2013, subject to transitional provisions running until 1 October 2013.
To continue to compete effectively and stand out in their product categories, food companies are under pressure to explore new options for growth.
Auto-enrolment — so far so good? download
It has been a hectic few months for the larger players in the food industry as they face head on the challenges posed by auto-enrolment.
Competition law round-up download
European and UK competition authorities have been busy in the food and beverage sector so far this year.