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In its tax blog, law firm Olswang discusses the 2013 Budget. The interactive blog features the latest news, views and analysis of Chancellor George Osborne’s announcements.
International arbitrations often involve parties resident in jurisdictions that are not the same as the seat of the arbitration.
The accusation: that section 68 of the Arbitration Act 1996 is relied on frequently and frivolously by parties wanting to frustrate an award as long as possible, having ‘lost’ the arbitration.
Applications for consent must be properly served on landlords.
Care is required to preserve dilapidations rights on a lease surrender.
Over recent months, announcements have been made in relation to the UK CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme, culminating in the publication of the draft CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme Order 2013 on 4 March 2013.
The government has announced that from spring 2013 it will increase the scope of permitted development rights to make the best use of underused buildings.
Readers will be aware of the statutory restriction on recovery of service charge from tenants of residential property, if the landlord fails to carry out a consultation with the tenants in relation to ‘qualifying works’.
Rights to light continue to have a major, perhaps disproportionate, impact on the property industry and property development particularly in urban centres.
Minor changes to the UK’s late-payments regime take effect on 16 March 2013. Organisations should review B2B contracts for goods and services to ensure payment periods do not fall foul of the amended rules.
On 7 March 2013, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) issued its long-awaited judgment in the case brought by ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 against TVCatchup.
The High Court has held that it is possible, in certain circumstances, for a sub-licence to remain valid despite the termination of the head licence.
The European Commission has yet to define how state aid for film funding will change with the review of the Cinema Communication.
The EU has proposed new measures on cyber attack reporting.
Olswang’s media team considers the potential impact of reommendations from the EC HLG media freedom and pluralism report.
Olswang’s Madrid team reports on the Spanish Data Protection Authority’s recent ruling on Google’s autocomplete function.
UK tax relief for television is set to be introduced from 1 April 2013.
Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego presents action plan for 2013...
A recent English High Court decision is a reminder of the crucial practical distinction between warranties and representations.
ACAS has launched a consultation on a draft code of practice on settlement agreements that explains the government’s new legislation on pre-termination negotiations.