Shepherd and Wedderburn
- Litigation / Dispute Resolution (62)
- Employment (43)
- Pensions (32)
- Company/Commercial (27)
- In-House (25)
- Regulatory and compliance (23)
- Real Estate (17)
- Information Technology (14)
- Energy (13)
- Corporate (11)
- Intellectual Property (11)
- Competition/EU (10)
- Tax (9)
- Construction (8)
- Environment (7)
- Family (7)
- Personal tax / Trusts (7)
- Public Sector/Local Authority (7)
- Banking / Finance (6)
- Transport (Including aviation and shipping) (6)
- Financial services (5)
- Funds (5)
- Human Rights (5)
- Insolvency & restructuring (5)
- Crime (4)
- Planning (4)
- Commodities (3)
- Media/Entertainment/Sport (3)
- Privacy and reputation (3)
- Private Client (3)
- Telecoms (3)
- Business Tax (2)
- Insurance/reinsurance (2)
- Agriculture (1)
- Consumer/Retail (1)
- Healthcare (1)
- Immigration (1)
- Licensing/Gaming/Betting (1)
- Personal Injury (1)
- Pharma/Biotech (1)
- Suppliers (1)
- Travel and Tourism (1)
Sort By: Newest first | Oldest first
Implications for public sector pensions, and the local government pension scheme in particular.
The practical application of e-tools when a company suspects it has been the victim, or perpetrator, of dodgy behaviour.
…as Tier 2 immigration cap is reached.
Why do some lawyers insist on clinging to archaic language?
…plus a possible review of the increasingly popular salary sacrifice arrangements.
Government seeks feedback on how it should pursue its agenda.
Artificial intelligence in the system creates clusters based on words and phrases.
In this article, we examine the current system and the key proposals outlined in the government’s consultation.
The banking industry has been dogged by one scandal after another in recent years, but instances of regulators holding to account those who run our financial institutions have been few and far between.
The Pensions Regulator has published research which shows that large DC schemes are demonstrating a far greater degree of compliance with the Regulator’s DC quality features than small and medium-sized schemes.
The High Court recently refused to imply a term of good faith. It emphasised the primacy of the right to freedom of contract.
With the holiday season upon us, employers may need to be thinking about what they are paying their employees while on holiday.
Employment law: devolution of employment tribunals in Scotland; Equality Act; Fit for Work; and holiday pay
There are many employment law changes currently on the horizon. This article takes a quick look at some interesting developments that may have an impact on your organisation.
HMRC has temporarily suspended its list of recognised overseas pension schemes following the introduction of the ‘pension age test’.
The Bill brings in a host of reforms and new measures to take forward policies adopted by the Scottish Government following the Land Reform Review Group’s consultation on Land Reform.
The High Court confirmed that arrangements that alter the way salary is calculated without amending the scheme rules are valid and do not breach an employer’s duties to its staff.
The timetable for implementation of reforms is now clear and the changes are imminent.
Commercial leases and reverse premiums.
The case Malin & Ors v Crown Aerosols UK Ltd considers when the repairing obligation in a lease can include demolition and redevelopment of the leased premises at the instance of the tenant during the currency of the lease.
Regulator will protect member benefits, even where targets are based overseas.