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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.
In the wake of the ‘No’ vote in the Scottish Referendum, Scots solicitors and civil servants alike returned to those comfort zones of reform – land and tax.
The Technology and Construction Court recently discussed whether an adjudicator’s decision was finally binding.
The power of predictive coding – the coming together of human reasoning and advanced technology – as an interrogation tool.
Requirement for commercial organisations to ensure neither slavery nor human trafficking are taking place in their company or associated supply chains…...
The impact of independent governance committees on voluntary governance committees for contract-based pensions.
Employer-instigated transfers will require the employer to pay the cost of the advice, and other refinements to the draft guidance.
An in-depth review of one of the simpler interrogation tools – de-duplication.
The Pensions Regulator has published its Draft Essential Guide for pension scheme trustees on communicating with members about the new pension flexibilities that come into force on 6 April.
The Consumer Rights Bill is now ready for Royal Assent, Parliament having agreed all outstanding points.
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 are about to come into force. What are the relevant changes, and how will these affect your projects?
The Pension Liberation Industry Group has issued a Code of Good Practice to provide guidance on the due diligence trustees and providers should carry out when dealing with transfer requests.
One of the longest-running debates about the interpretation of the Environmental Information Regulations is the extent to which they can apply to private bodies. A recent decision brings some clarity to the issue.
A “revolution that could transform the retirement prospects for millions of younger workers”, according to the Government.
It’s unlikely that anyone has managed to avoid hearing about the ‘fracas’ which took place between Jeremy Clarkson and a BBC producer. Employers across the UK are regularly faced with similar unexpected incidents.
The Government has released its response to the consultation on zero-hours contracts, and in particular, banning exclusivity clauses and tackling avoidance.
The recent English TCC judgement in the case of Broughton Brickwork Ltd v F Parkinson Ltd reiterates the court’s reluctance to interfere with an adjudicator’s decision.
Lord Gill’s recent speech to the Holyrood conference was a useful recap of the reforms that are about to be introduced into our legal system.
The case of Carlyle v RBS centred on whether the bank could enforce repayment of loans advanced to Carlyle to buy plots of land.