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The IBM case is an important step in establishing the extent of the obligations employers owe their employees and former employees in relation to pension provision.
On 5 February 2014, the government published a response to the consultation on further proposed reforms to the judicial review process.
Non-compliance with a mandatory requirement of a break clause will render it invalid. Tenant break options are a well-trodden battleground for landlords and tenants.
Following a benchmark Supreme Court ruling (Coventry v Lawrence  UKSC 13) fewer injunctions can be expected to remedy infringements of property rights.
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the rule concerning release of guarantors created by an 1878 case remains good law.
The Court of Appeal has confirmed some fundamental points in relation to liability for dilapidations (Sunlife Europe Ltd v Tiger Aspect Holdings Ltd).
An administrator who uses premises for the purpose of the administration must pay rent as an expense accruing on a daily basis.
An unsuccessful defendant is only liable for a percentage of the successful claimant’s costs where a claim was pursued but not followed through against other liable defendants.
Disability and reasonable adjustments: is EAT wrong to say no cut-off time limit for making a claim?
An EAT decision has muddied the water and requires employers to review their approach to the duty to make adjustments.
Nabarro is investing in the growth of its dispute resolution team with the lateral hire of Lee Gluyas, a partner with a specialist focus on complex IT disputes.
The Supreme Court has commented on the test for awarding damages instead of an injunction (Coventry v Lawrence  UKSC 13).
Supplies of goods to customers fraudulently using a bank card are subject to VAT where the card provider pays for those goods
The CJEU has ruled that a supplier must account for output VAT on payments received from third party card providers for supplies made to customers who bought goods using a fraudulent card.
To safeguard your organisation’s interests, it is prudent to be clear about your various routes and options, before embarking on termination discussions with an employee.
The Court of Appeal has upheld an appeal from the High Court decision in Clark v In Focus that Financial Ombudsman Service decisions are not binding on the claimant.
The case of Olympic Airlines has highlighted the difficulty for a pension scheme with an overseas employer in gaining entry to the Pension Protection Fund (PPF).
The EAT has ruled that the restriction in the Equality Act that provides that survivors’ benefits for civil partners need only be provided in relation to service since 5 December 2005 is lawful.
The Court of Appeal has ruled that rent is an administration expense, payable on a daily basis for the period during which premises are retained for the benefit of the administration.
On 19 December 2013, the Court of Justice of the European Union gave an important ruling on database rights and meta search engines.
Nabarro has released its Real Estate Newletter for January 2014, which includes articles on the ‘Green Deal’ and capital gains tax for non-UK resident investors.
The High Court has recently confirmed that the so-called ‘last-straw’ doctrine applies to employers as much as it does to employees.