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Nabarro partner Martin McKervey shares his thoughts on unlocking export growth.
The changes proposed by the HSE in the new draft CDM regulations are underpinned by a desire to improve standards of health and safety, particularly on smaller construction sites.
With the nuclear reactor development at Hinkley Point in Somerset forecast to cost around £20bn, there’s a superb opportunity for growth in the UK manufacturing sector.
The powers to construct and operate phase one of HS2 will be secured by means of a hybrid bill: the High Speed Rail (London–West Midlands) Bill.
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.
An administrator who uses premises for the purpose of the administration must pay rent as an expense accruing on a daily basis.
In his Budget, the chancellor of the exchequer has announced a number of changes that will affect the SEIS, the EIS and VCT schemes.
One of the recent MIPIM highlights for me was a panel discussion focused on how HS2 will deliver economic growth to northern cities.
Nabarro partner Martin McKervey discusses the public/private funding of Sheffield’s planned new retail quarter.
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 makes significant changes to the criminal cartel offence, coming into force on 1 April 2014.
On 25 February, the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published its updated code of practice on conducting privacy impact assessments.
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.
This article explains the key changes of the Defamation Act 2013 and the Defamation Regulations 2013 and what they might mean for parties involved in defamation claims.
The recent changes introduced in Luxembourg to its limited partnerships make it a desirable jurisdiction in which to establish alternative investment funds.
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.
This article considers the key competing mobile payment technologies and the legal risks, and how the adoption of these technologies may shape the payments market of tomorrow.
With European elections in May, the flow of new regulations from Europe is expected to slow, with the immediate focus being on fine tuning already adopted policy.
The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal has released its ruling on the applications by Eurotunnel and SCOP for review of a Competition Commission report.
After many promises and debates, and much activity, the TUPE regime is changing (in the main) on 31 January 2014.
When key employees leave to join a competitor, employers often risk losing other team members to the new employer too.