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Two high-profile cases have provided further guidance for parties who wish to rely on or challenge contractual ‘liquidated damages’ clauses.
The 6 April is a day for change for employers because it is one of the government’s two annual ‘common commencement dates’.
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The Department of Business, Innovation & Skills has announced that the Primary Authority Scheme will be extended to cover fire safety in England and Wales.
The HSE launched a 10-week consultation exercise on proposals to replace the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 on 31 March 2014.
When things go wrong, it is important to be aware of the contracts and terms and conditions you have agreed in the past.
On 2 April 2014, the European Commission announced that it was fining the participants in a worldwide undersea cable cartel.
On 1 April 2014 HMRC took over from the OFT as the regulator of residential and commercial estate agents for the purposes of anti-money laundering.
In this video from Shoosmiths, staff talk about their experiences of the law firm and how it is helping them reach their career goals.
This briefing looks at the changes to the circumstances in which bids can be negotiated and suggest some helpful tips for making bid negotiations work.
The EAT has confirmed that where an employer consistently makes enhanced redundancy payments, such action could give rise to an implied contractual entitlement.
The Civil Procedure (Amendment) Rules 2014 have been published, along with the making document, which details the amendments to various practice directions.
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Shoosmiths looks at the different laws governing the various aspects of international arbitration.
Pension law changes from 6 April: new disclosure regulations, auto-enrolment, TUPE transfers and tax limits
The Occupational and Personal Pension Schemes (Disclosure of Information) Regulations 2013 come into force on 6 April 2014.
Shoosmiths’ Edinburgh team has been named ‘Private Client Team of the Year’ at the Scottish Legal Awards 2014.
The chancellor has delivered the Budget for 2014. This briefing provides a summary of the main tax points of interest.
Employers would be well advised to review their pay rates to ensure all applicable workers are receiving at least the national minimum wage.
The Advance Payments Code provides a protection mechanism for local highway authorities to ensure they are not unexpectedly required to meet the costs of new roads.