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The European Commission has announced that it had used its fast-track settlement procedures to investigate and impose fines in respect of a parking heater cartel.
6 April 2015 brought in a range of new options for members with defined contribution pension savings.
With post-floods guidance, developers may experience delays in planning applications.
Scotland’s senior civil appeal court has reiterated that commercial common sense is only relevant to interpreting the terms of a contract if those terms are ambiguous.
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In a move designed to reduce waste, carrier bag charges come into force in England on 5 October 2015.
More than ever prospective and current franchisors need to be mindful of how technology can enhance, but also presents challenges for, their franchise offering.
Reminder after fines on estate agents and a newspaper for agreeing not to publish estate agents’ fees...
The past two weeks have delivered nothing but bad news for trade unions and their supporters.
Issues surrounding the Bribery Act and compliance are at the forefront of media coverage.
Thai Airways v KI Holdings: in dealing with delays in the supply chain, companies must remember the duty to mitigate.
This first of two articles will deal with rights of way belonging to others.
Obligations on businesses to ensure supply chains are slavery-free, including investigating suppliers and intermediaries.
Zurich v IEG – be aware of the difference in approach between Guernsey- and UK-based claims.
Employers can face serious legal liability if they fail to manage stress appropriately.
Pension scheme rules should be reviewed, as amendments are likely to be required.
Prompted by concerns about slow rate of growth in online trade between EU member states.
What will the election result mean for British retailers?
Once accepted onto the Registered Traveller scheme they will enjoy relaxed entry requirements such as using ePassports.
Three recent events have encouraged the Health and Safety Sentencing Council in its task…...