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The IT industry has seen a rapid move towards ‘virtualisation’, the benefits of which should be considered in light of the security risks applicable to using virtual products and/or services.
Significant changes to the law concerning listed buildings and conservation areas are set to be made under the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act, which received Royal Assent on 25 April.
In Yam Seng Pte Ltd v International Trade Corporation Ltd, the High Court recognised an implied duty of good faith and fair dealing.
Shoosmiths has recruited Ben Turner as a partner in its corporate team.
Shoosmiths has announced the appointment of Alex Jones as a partner in its national real-estate group.
The Supreme Court has confirmed the Court of Appeal’s decision that legal advice privilege does not apply to legal advice given by a professional other than a lawyer...
Section 27 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 provides the tenant that does not wish to renew its tenancy with a flexible right to end the tenancy on or after contractual expiry.
Interim rent is a source of confusion for landlords, tenants and practitioners alike.
The Jackson Reforms herald a new era in the management of, and procedure for, civil litigation. To a great extent, though, we have no real idea of what this new era may bring.
Forfeiture is a common and cost-effective method of terminating commercial leases, but is not always the best course of action.
Six new partners are among 22 promotions at Shoosmiths. The partners are joined in the law firm’s 2013 round by 16 new senior associates.
The Financial Services Authority (now replaced by the FCA) took action against Digital Satellite Warranty Cover Ltd to wind it up ‘in the public interest’.
The Budget 2013 contained a number of measures to extend the capital gains tax relief for re-investing gains in Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme shares.
The National Minimum Wage will rise again in October 2013 when both the adult and apprenticeship rates will increase.
Shoosmiths unveils website detailing services of professional discipline team.
Laurence Kaye, Shoosmiths’ new publishing and digital media specialist, is to chair an IP seminar at the London Book Fair.
The Money Advice Liaison Group has released a briefing note on the best practice for appropriately processing data from individuals with mental health problems.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) introduced the Fees for Intervention (FFI) scheme on 1 October 2012. Six months on, what has been the experience of clients?
Doctors treating transgender patients will be required to adopt a change of attitude or potentially face fitness-to-practise investigations by the General Medical Council.