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Earlier this year, the DWP consulted on proposals to ‘consolidate, harmonise and simplify’ the existing disclosure regime.
The High Court has ruled that the suspected pension liberation schemes were ‘occupational pension schemes’ within the statutory definition.
The Pensions Regulator’s Code of Practice is due to come into effect on 21 November 2013.
In UPMS v Fort Gilkicker, the High Court had to decide whether common law recognises the concept of double derivative actions.
The EAT decision in USDAW v Ethel Austin Ltd (in administration); USDAW and anor etc sent shockwaves through the legal and HR professions.
It is important to understand the difference between assignment and novation when engaging in construction and engineering projects.
A Scottish health board has been fined £32,000 after being found guilty of failing to ensure the safety of a worker who was physically attacked by a patient with mental health issues.
There is a difference in how ‘all monies’ guarantees and guarantees in respect of a specific obligation are treated.
The Prevention of Social Housing Fraud Act 2013 came into force on 15 October 2013. It addresses the overwhelming statistics relating to unlawful subletting and housing fraud.
The recent case of Barclays Wealth Trustees (Jersey) Ltd v Erimus Housing Ltd  serves as an important lesson to tenants of a contracted-out lease.
Finding an electronic equivalent to ‘wet’ signatures is necessary to the continued growth and development of e-commerce. However, it is difficult to find a nationally accepted fraud-proof process.
The UK Border Agency has updated its guidance for employers on preventing illegal working in the UK.
Draft legislation amending TUPE and the law relating to collective redundancies has now been published and is expected to come into force in January 2014.
Litigants should give serious consideration to the possibility of settling small claims using the free mediation service, which has a number of things going for it, not least reduced legal costs.
From 1 October 2013, changes have been made to two pieces of health and safety legislation in an attempt to help businesses comply with the law.
Immigration into the UK continues to be a hot topic, with the government wanting to reduce net immigration.
There are dozens of deaths and more than 40,000 injuries each year related to the use of machines.
Much has been made of the Jackson Reforms to the Civil Procedure Rules and the new approach to litigation to be expected from the courts.
The National Crime Agency has made a commitment to work closely with businesses in its fight against white-collar crime and cyber attacks.
In September 2013, the Ministry of Justice issued its consultation paper ‘Judicial Review — Proposals for Further Reform’.