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’Persons with significant control’ provisions pushed back, among other changes.
A tenant who signs up to a lease of commercial property that is suffering from inherent defects or is in a state of disrepair can find they have taken on more than they bargained for.
Managed Services Ltd v Edwards v Anorshows that if the employee is connected to the organised grouping for administrative purposes only then they are unlikely to be assigned.
Fine shows sentences are likely to be a lot higher than before, and far more consistent.
The High Court decided a lender was entitled to rely on the equitable doctrine of mistake to set aside the discharge of a mortgage and undo the cancellation of a registered charge over borrowers’ property.
The law provides that if you would like to move a child from their main country of residence, the consent of the other person with parental rights should be obtained first.
There are now a range of options for resolving a dispute between a consumer and a trader.
Shoosmiths offers its top tips for a seller responding to legal due diligence enquiries, to make the process as focused, cost-effective and efficient as possible.
Some observers believe the hack will lead to a wave of cheated spouses seeking divorce, but even if these actions do materialise, they may not be successful.
A recent case has offered hope to employers who fail to take action following allegations of gross misconduct straight away.
When a contract has been entered into as a result of a misrepresentation, can the contract can be rescinded or is the party limited to claiming damages?
The financial impact on car manufacturers and retailers.
Reform will bring UK into line with other jurisdictions in providing more flexibility in fund structures.
A recent case has held that a defence raised under the Equality Act 2010 (EA) is to be treated differently from, and is greater than, a defence raised under Article 8.
Google has announced a significant reorganisation and the creation of a new holding company named Alphabet Inc. In this update, Shoosmiths consider the reasons why companies may choose to do this.
Under current proposals, January 2016 will see a change in company law with the aim of increasing accountability through transparency of corporate ownership, structure and control.
A balance needs to be struck between improving transparency in the supply chain while ensuring that businesses take appropriate and proportionate action to tackle modern slavery.
Holiday and family leave: are employees entitled to take holiday even after a period of family leave?
Employees who take ‘family leave’ may not always given the opportunity to take accrued holiday when they return. But is this legal?
Order in (and out of) the house: what to do if an employee's behaviour damages your company's reputation
Hear, hear! Lord Sewel resigned following allegations involving drugs and prostitutes. But what if an employee in similar circumstances doesn’t resign – can you dismiss?
n Lachaux v Independent Print Ltd, Evening Standard Ltd, AOL (UK) Ltd, the high court considered the construction of ‘serious harm’ under section 1 of the Defamation Act 2013 (the Act).