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Is a TUPE transferee bound by terms of employment that are collectively negotiated following the transfer, but where it is not a party to the negotiations?
The appetite of institutional investors for the housing sector is finally growing, attracted by innovative new models and assurance in steady inflation-linked returns.
Sood Enterprises v Healy: Mr Healy had been on sick leave from June 2010 to July 2011 when he resigned due to ill health. He claimed payment in lieu of accrued, but untaken holiday during 2010 and 2011..
The Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the Lehman and Nortel pension appeal cases on 24 July 2013.
Nabarro has released the July 2013 issue of its Pensions Update, which includes information on the new DC code of practice, automatic enrolment and more.
The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) is now law in the UK.
Earlier this month, the Employment Appeal Tribunal delivered its written judgment in the Woolworths collective redundancies case.
In Project Blue Limited v HMRC the First-Tier Tribunal considered for the first time the application of section 75A to a complex and high-profile property transaction.
The European Commission now proposes a directive to cover take-down procedures and action relating to unlawful website content.
The Court of Appeal has clarified that if on a joint purchase one of the buyers is a charity but the other is not, relief is available to the charity on the acquisition of their interest.
When the government launched PF2, the Autumn Statement placed great weight on enhancing the transparency of arrangements between the public and private sectors.
The Department for Transport has issued safeguarding directions for the vast majority of Phase 1 of the HS2 project.
Nabarro has released the July 2013 edition of its Real Estate newsletter.
Nabarro has released its Compliance Clarified publication for June 2013.
The government has introduced a ‘best practice’ guide for parties from the public and private sectors involved in operational PFIs and PPPs.
The ECJ has made a preliminary ruling that a sale of shares on their own cannot be a transfer of a going concern.
A consortium of landlords has been granted permission to appeal against previous decisions that rent falling due pre-administration is not payable as an expense of the administration.
The FCA has published its final rules implementing the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD).
This briefing contains a round-up of the hot topics in the funds and real-estate sectors, including Nabarro’s practical comments for each.
The June 2013 issue of Nabarro’s Pension Update publication is available now.