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A bill allowing the Scottish government to set and collect stamp duty from the sale of properties has been approved by MSPs.
A recent month-long HSE initiative found that almost one in five construction sites visited failed safety checks.
The HSE has launched new online guidance on ‘health surveillance’ to make it easier for employers to understand their obligations.
Effective risk management is an integral part of ensuring compliance across many aspects of regulatory law.
The Bankruptcy and Debt Advice (Scotland) Bill was introduced in the Scottish Parliament on 11 June 2013.
The coroner made several recommendations to the local authority in respect of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
If your business has been disrupted by a problem that later leads to litigation, you may be able to recover the cost of time spent by staff in remedying the problem.
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) has not always had a certain future, and a succession of reforms has made planning for CIL difficult.
In Cosmichome Ltd v Southampton City Council, the High Court considered the suitability of using a restrictive covenant to secure an overage payment.
Shoosmiths’ intellectual property specialists are helping designers whose names have already been registered as a trade mark in China.
The European parliament and council has approved a new proposed regulation for managers of European venture capital funds.
The Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 received Royal Assent on 19 July 2007, but may be brought into force later this year.
Collective consultation and the meaning of establishment: hints of a surprising decision from the EAT
There have been a number of stories circulating during the past week that suggest we face a significant change in the law concerning collective redundancy consultation.
The Office of National Statistics has recently released its annual review of trade union membership in the UK.
The High Court has delivered a controversial judgment in the case of Marks and Spencer Plc v BNP Paribas Security Services Trust Company (Jersey) Ltd and Another.
Users of the Employment Tribunals will have to get to grips with a new set of procedural rules. The new rules are introduced from 29 July 2013.
Amazon’s recently announced ‘Kindle Worlds’ fan-fiction platform is capitalising on a well-established genre.
Google’s ‘auto-complete’ facility has been subject to worldwide criticism over the last few years and most recently has found itself the subject of scrutiny in Germany’s federal court.
In the recent case of Belfairs Management Ltd v Sutherland, the Court of Appeal examined how far the scope of a warranty may extend.
Companies carrying out R&D-related activities and incurring general day-to-day running costs may be able to reduce their corporation tax liability by claiming relief under the R&D tax relief scheme.