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We have seen an increasing number of public company takeovers structured as schemes of arrangement.
The Competition & Markets Authority has published a consultation paper on draft consumer protection law advice for the UK higher education sector in relation to its dealings with undergraduates.
The refurbishment, the largest in the city for the last five years, was undertaken by leading office fit-out specialist Bluu.
New copyright regulations came into force in the UK on 1 October 2014.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has recently ruled on the approach national courts should take when deciding whether an arbitration clause in a contract between a bank and consumer is unfair.
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The Advertising Standards Authority has warned video bloggers — vloggers — that they need to be clearer when they are accepting payment for promoting products.
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This checklist sets out the key considerations for food producers and food service companies to ensure compliance with the new food labelling regime, effective from 13 December 2014.
The High Court has determined preliminary issues in a professional negligence claim against a firm of conveyancing solicitors brought by a mortgage lender.
For employers who hold a sponsorship licence, getting it wrong could result in the revocation of that licence and a curtailment on their ability to recruit overseas workers.
An application for a website-blocking order has been granted against an internet service provider in order to prevent trademark infringement.
From 1 October 2014, the UK Intellectual Property Office (UK IPO) has the power to revoke a patent of its own initiative.