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The law provides that if you would like to move a child from their main country of residence, the consent of the other person with parental rights should be obtained first.
There are now a range of options for resolving a dispute between a consumer and a trader.
A recent case has offered hope to employers who fail to take action following allegations of gross misconduct straight away.
When a contract has been entered into as a result of a misrepresentation, can the contract can be rescinded or is the party limited to claiming damages?
A recent case has held that a defence raised under the Equality Act 2010 (EA) is to be treated differently from, and is greater than, a defence raised under Article 8.
n Lachaux v Independent Print Ltd, Evening Standard Ltd, AOL (UK) Ltd, the high court considered the construction of ‘serious harm’ under section 1 of the Defamation Act 2013 (the Act).
A ‘landmark ruling’? No, the law relating to this matter has been around for years.
Why you should consider the Professional Arbitration on Court Terms scheme.
The Supreme Court has held that a claimant’s right to recover a conditional fee agreement success fee and after the event insurance from an unsuccessful defendant is not contrary to the ECHR.
More ‘overseas’ employees are claiming UK employment rights.
Retailers must look at the way they price their products and advertise discounts.
One in five gay people have been bullied by colleagues because of their sexual orientation.
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Case highlights the importance of intercreditor agreements.
The European Commission has announced that it had used its fast-track settlement procedures to investigate and impose fines in respect of a parking heater cartel.
The private copying exemption permitting copying of copyright protected content, including music, has come under attack in judicial review proceedings brought before the High Court.
Scotland’s senior civil appeal court has reiterated that commercial common sense is only relevant to interpreting the terms of a contract if those terms are ambiguous.
Reminder after fines on estate agents and a newspaper for agreeing not to publish estate agents’ fees...
The past two weeks have delivered nothing but bad news for trade unions and their supporters.
Issues surrounding the Bribery Act and compliance are at the forefront of media coverage.