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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.
Shepherd and Wedderburn will be playing a key role in this week’s Royal Highland Show.
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.
Can the the Scottish public sector kill two birds with one stone? Maybe, with the LCITP.
Shepherd and Wedderburn clocked up a year of stellar financial growth as it announced year-end results.
The decision considers the extent to which pension providers (and pension scheme trustees) can be expected to warn about the risks of pensions liberation where a member makes a transfer request.
Last month the Court of Appeal in England decided a case that may be of interest to us motorists – do we have to pay a charge imposed for overstaying a specified period in a free car park?
This article looks at the case of CSK Electrical v Kingswood Electrical and jurisdictional challenges and alleged breaches of natural justice which can be raised in adjudication proceedings.
Also: consequences for infrastructure; competition law; the court system; and more.
Ofcom’s proposed ‘dark fibre’ remedies could affect the review of the merger between BT and EE.
A new expedited arbitration procedure, designed specifically with the financial services sector in mind, seeks to address perceived shortcomings.
In this article, Shepherd and Wedderburn takes an in-depth look at one particular tool of the interrogation trade: communications mapping.
The largest global gathering of water industry specialists will take place in Edinburgh this month.
Since the emergence of Google as the world’s first port of call for ‘searching’, the importance of ‘keywords’ as a tool for finding information has grown exponentially.
The DWP has issued a call for evidence on the operation of the section 75 employer debt regime as it applies to non-associated multi-employer DB pension schemes.
Leeds United was entitled to summarily sack their technical director when they discovered an email containing pornographic images, says High Court.
In disclosure exercises, by using TAR, we can dramatically shrink the pool of documents to be searched, resulting in significant cost and time savings.