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The General Osteopathic Council is undertaking a consultation process into the use of ‘consensual disposal’.
OFT investigation into suspected anti-competitive conduct in the construction training services sector may have trade association focus.
Government cuts large-scale collective redundancy consultation period to 45 days.
Christine Tacon has been appointed to the newly created role of independent Groceries Code adjudicator.
The changes brought by the revised Energy Performance of Buildings (England and Wales) Regulations 2012.
A brief overview of the Finance Bill 2013.
Circumstances in which a successful claimant would have to pay the majority of the defendant’s costs.
A 2012 case shows how easy it can be to fall short of obligations imposed by the Data Protection Act.
Important points for ROT suppliers wishing to maximise their chances of recovery.
In Sycamore Bidco Ltd v Breslin, the High Court considered whether express warranties in a share sale agreement could also found an action for misrepresentation.
The Supreme Court recently ruled that a volunteer was not protected against disability discrimination.
The BIS report on the Nuttall Review of Employee Ownership was published in July 2012. BIS has now completed the next stage in its implementation programme.
The Department of Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) has published a new Age Restricted Products Code of Practice.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has published its Levy Estimate for the 2013/14 levy year.
On 18 January, the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA) published a guidance note on the liability of non-executive directors (NEDs).
The European Court of Human Rights has handed down a judgment considering the right of individuals to manifest their religion in the workplace.
The Government is introducing a new permitted development right to allow offices to be converted into flats without the need for planning permission.
From 4 February 2013, organisations using targeting advertising online - known as ‘online behavioural advertising’ (OBA) - will be required to tell web users about their use of OBA and allow them to opt-out of having their data collected and used for OBA.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has issued guidance for employers and job applicants on pre employment health questions.
The High Court has confirmed that so-called ‘follow on’ damages actions brought under section 47A of the Competition Act 1998 may be based on the tort of conspiracy to use unlawful means.