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For an easement to be abandoned, the person with the right must show a fixed intention that they will never assert the right to the easement at any time in the future.
Many businesses have already started marketing campaigns that seek to piggy-back off the buzz of the World Cup. However, such campaigns should proceed with caution.
The Court of Appeal has ruled that business interruption and other consequential losses can now be recovered from the police after London riots.
The Pensions Act 2014 received royal assent on 14 May 2014, introducing important changes to the regulations for pensions.
The long-awaited decision of the CJEU in British Gas v Lock confirms that commission must be included when calculating holiday pay.
The Court of Appeal has held that the owner of a building plot should be granted an implied easement by common intention to lay mains utilities in the seller’s adjoining land.
In M&S v BNP Paribas Securities Services Trust Company, the Court of Appeal has given its judgment in the last of a series of significant break option cases.
The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 gives social landlords new powers to obtain possession against tenants causing nuisance and/or anti-social behaviour.
The government has made a number of changes to enforcement via High Court enforcement officers. The major changes are covered within this article.
Cases involving workplace banter continue to be fertile ground for embarrassing employment tribunal cases and negative headlines.
Managing conflicting beliefs, in particular religious beliefs, is an increasingly tricky area for employers.
The Central London County Court has ruled that a permitted use restriction in a lease is anti-competitive and unenforceable.
The Jackson reforms heralded a new regime in respect of sanctions that apply in the event of non-compliance with court rules, orders or directions.
What are the pros and cons of zero-hour contracts and what does the future hold for them?
Property transactions are frequently delayed because essential plans are not made available at the outset of a transaction.
This article explores some key issues that employers participating in public service pension schemes should be aware of.
Shoosmiths considers waiver of privilege and a recent case to discuss the issue in the context of electronic information policies.
This article provides an overview of the advantages and disadvantages of choosing arbitration compared with the traditional court route.
A lot of the debate about copyright has become polarised. It’s bad guy, good guy.
From 13 June 2014, all businesses that operate helplines need to check that they are lawful.