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The government has recently announced that it will remove the £5,000 upper limit on fines imposed in the magistrates’ courts.
At the Global Manufacturing Festival, Vince Cable’s overriding message was that Britain is at the beginning of a renaissance in manufacturing.
The government has published its proposals for the reclassification of occupational pension schemes in the Pension Schemes Bill.
Luis Suarez has been involved in an incident with Giorgio Chiellini that led to immediate allegations that Suarez had bitten Chiellini on his shoulder.
In this briefing, Nabarro’s Deborah Lloyd looks at the general issues that apply to all types of funds.
A recent TCC decision and an adjudication have raised interesting issues relating to FIDIC time bar provisions.
The background to the Pensions Regulator’s Code of Practice is the new statutory objective ‘to minimise any adverse impact on the sustainable growth of the employer’.
Three months on from the surprise Budget announcement, Nabarro’s Jennifer Bell provides a brief round-up of where we are.
The power is back with the landlords. The dust has settled on two important Court of Appeal decisions relating to tenant’s break options.
A proposed restriction on a tenant’s use of its property has been struck down as void under competition law.
Since September 2012, it has been a criminal offence to squat in a residential building.
An application to register land as a town and village green was once a dangerous weapon that could be used by anyone to try and prevent redevelopment.
The County Court has ordered a new lease for a term of 10 years on lease renewal. The 10-year term is double the length requested by the tenant.
The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 has come into force. Here is an overview of the key changes.
In a landmark judgment, the CJEU has ruled that an individual has the ‘right to be forgotten’ under the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC.
Instead of an outright ban on pre-packs, Teresa Graham wants to see a ‘clean-up’ involving ’major improvements on how [pre-packs] are administered’.
The UK government has published the findings and recommendations of an independent review into pre-pack administrations, carried out by Teresa Graham CBE.
Asset-backed contribution arrangements have become an increasingly popular tool for reducing pension scheme deficits.
The Upper Tribunal has handed down its judgment in the Ian Hannam market abuse case. This article summarises some practical consequences from the judgment.
This is the second in a series of three briefings examining the hot topic of fund exits.