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To clarify the key employment policies of each political party, Shoosmiths has summarised each of the parties’ positions below.
Three recent events have encouraged the Health and Safety Sentencing Council in its task…...
Including information on driving checks, fees for intervention and sentencing guidelines for health and safety offences, corporate manslaughter and food safety and hygiene offences.
Employers can question an applicant about their criminal record but this is subject to a fairly complex regime intended to protect certain individuals and enable them to be rehabilitated.
The appeal against the High Court’s ruling of JW Spear & Sons Ltd, Mattel Inc and Mattel UK Limited v Zynga Inc was decided recently – what does the decision mean for brand owners?
Landlord remedies for pursuing tenants for debts have been subject to major change over the last few years; what are the options now for debt recovery?
Landmark judgment clarifies the law on misuse of private information.
Changes have the potential to affect how developments moderate their impact through the use of Section 106 obligations.
This is the last of three articles discussing changes in the law applying to the termination of assured shorthold tenancies (ASTs).
The aim of the act is to stop people being deterred from participating in socially useful activities due to worries about liability (although one peer said its text ‘would barely muster a pass in GCSE legal studies’).