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Ryder Cup organisers have just announced that they are banning the use of audio or video capture and photos unless on the practice range.
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The requirement for directors to declare their interests in any transactions between them and the company is well known.
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In June 2014, Teresa Graham published her report on pre-pack administrations.
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In a recent case, the Court of Appeal examined the relevant principles when a party seeks to challenge the report of an expert and re-affirmed previous decisions.
Can the Community Trigger procedure be summarised under the Anti-social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014?
Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is something that can affect a whole community — it should therefore involve community effort.
Following the continued tensions in Ukraine and Russia’s suspected military involvement, the EU has imposed new sanctions against Russia.
Larger companies and non-public-sector organisations will be required to carry out mandatory energy-saving assessments.
The Petroleum (Consolidation) Regulations 2014 will come into force on 1 October and replace existing petrol storage legislation that will be withdrawn.