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Important changes are being made to the procedure for bringing judicial review proceedings in planning cases which came into force on 1 July.
The government is on a mission — to keep parties out of the employment tribunal system.
Earlier this week, the EAT reportedly reached a decision that turns on its head the law on employers’ collective information and consultation duties.
The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has imposed a fine of £100,000 on Stockport PCT for a serious breach of the Data Protection Act 1998.
Many employees, volunteers and other workers are subject to a criminal records check. This alert summarises two important developments that employers should know about.
It is anyone’s guess how many vexatious employment tribunal litigants there are. Their prevalence has been used to justify the planned introduction of tribunal fees.
On 20 May HMRC released a consultation regarding the taxation status of some LLP members and the manipulation of profits and losses by partnerships.
Do you ever wonder if, instead of focusing on running your business, you spend your life catching up with bureaucracy and endless new government and legislative initiatives?
It is approaching one year since the publication of the first regulatory report and large fine against Barclays for alleged LIBOR (the London Interbank Offered Rate) manipulation in June 2012.
Nabarro has released its Pensions Update for May 2013.
A landlord has been ordered to repay an apportioned amount of rent and other sums paid by a tenant in advance under a pre-condition to a break option.
Nabarro has released the May 2013 edition of its Real Estate newsletter.
The government published legislation at the end of last week that will relax the rules on when planning permission is needed for change of use.
Sam Robinson, senior associate at Nabarro, considers the impact of EMIR on the OTC derivatives market.
Nabarro has considered the practical implications of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) on businesses.
On 2 April 2013, the European Union Article 29 Working Party issued an opinion that will have important ramifications for all those involved in processing personal data in the EU.
Final-salary liabilities for past and future service can often be reduced — it is just a case of knowing how to go about it and understanding how to manage the trustees’ concerns.
Nabarro has launched the April 2013 edition of Pensions Update.
The London Stock Exchange has announced the creation of a fourth listing option on its London stock exchanges.
The April 2013 issue of Nabarro’s Construction and Engineering newsletter is available now.