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The European General Court has handed down its judgment in the Intel rebates case.
This week, Nominet (the UK’s domain registry operator) launched the registration for shorter .uk domain names — such as <website.uk>.
Currently, not a day seems to go by without reports of whistleblowing in the press, and more developments are in the pipeline.
The HS2 project is undoubtedly important in terms of infrastructure and the wider economic benefits to the UK economy.
The recent Queen’s Speech has several impacts for developers and property professionals.
The Pensions Regulator confirmed LLPs should all be assessing whether any of their partners are ‘workers’ and, if so, they will be subject to the automatic enrolment legislation.
This note looks back at some of the key developments regarding the LIBOR scandal over the second year.
This is the first in a series of three briefings. This briefing covers the typical issues for exiting a closed-ended fund.
In a case concerning whistleblowing, the Supreme Court has ruled that a member of an LLP can be a worker for the purposes of the Employment Rights Act 1996.
The European Court of Justice, in Lock v British Gas Trading Ltd, has ruled that contractual commission payments do fall within normal pay.
In response to the decision in Houldswoth v Bridge, the government announced that it would be tightening the definition of ‘money purchase benefits’.
The Pensions Act 2014 received royal assent this month. It includes some major changes to the state retirement pension.
The three-pronged attack on pensions liberation schemes continues.
Eric Pickles has declared the proposed theme park development known as ‘London Paramount’ to be a development of national significance.
This article examines the current position on UK bankers’ pay, the consultation on clawback provisions and the UK government’s challenge to the remuneration provisions.
Break options are well-established and ripe fodder for disputes between landlords and tenants.
The EAT has heard the second appeal in Seldon v Clarkson Wright & Jakes. The case focuses on the issue of justifying a compulsory retirement age.
Soaring energy costs are forcing Sheffield manufacturers to close down their operations at peak times.
The recent decision of the High Court in Gleeds is an example of the consequences of the failure to follow the correct formalities for the execution deeds.
RISE Sheffield is a city-wide initiative designed to increase graduate employment in the private sector.