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Competition law guidance for the education sector on information exchange between competitors download
This briefing explores how an exchange of information may infringe competition law, among other topics.
Ofgem has consulted on whether to refer the energy market for an in-depth investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority and on the scope of the reference.
The Lock decision has expensive implications and it’s worth doing the groundwork now.
Town and village greens — additional trigger events to prevent applications to register TVGs download
Walker Morris provides an update on the Commons (Town and Village Greens) (Trigger and Terminating Events) Order 2014, which came into force on 12 February 2014.
Have you just been asked to deal with a dispute? If yes, ensure you are familiar with the Jackson Reforms, which were introduced in April 2013.
Since the introduction of the Jackson Reforms, there have been a significant number of further changes to the Civil Procedure Rules. Here are some highlights.
‘By right’ or ‘as of right’: Supreme Court holds that public recreation ground cannot be registered as a village green download
In Barkas, the issue was whether the Helredale playing field could be registered as a village green under section 15(2) of the Commons Act 2006.
The Queen’s Speech was delivered to both Houses of Parliament on 4 June, outlining the intended legislative programme for the 2014–15 session.
The Supreme Court has clarified the law of private nuisance and made some fundamental changes to previously well-established principles.
The recent case of Spencer v Taylor held that the simpler requirements of section 21(1) apply to all ASTs that were initially granted for a fixed term.
In contrast to non-solvency non-payment of rent, in insolvency situations the landlord must prove for rent he is owed.
DECC’s UK Solar PV Strategy Part 1: Roadmap to a Brighter Future sets out the strategy for the development of solar photovoltaic (PV) energy generation in the UK.
Proposed changes to the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive received approval from the European Parliament in March 2014.
The Deregulation Bill is part of the government’s Red Tape Challenge, the aim of which is to reduce the burden of regulation.
Early April 2014 saw the publication by the Department for Transport of its proposed compensation schemes for those affected by Phase 1 of HS2.
Biomethane-to-grid technology involves producing biogas through anaerobic digestion (AD) of crops, waste, slurries or sewage feedstock.
Defectively executed deeds of amendment — Briggs (and Others) v Gleeds (and Others) (High Court) download
The High Court held that deeds of amendment going back more than 30 years had been incorrectly executed.
Changes have been made to the statutory protection in regard to pension rights offered to transferring employees on a TUPE transfer, who were formerly members of an occupational pension scheme.
Under the Pensions Regulator’s 2010 guidance, it identified two categories of data.
Defined-contribution pension reform — DWP confirms charge-capping measures and quality standards download
The DWP has outlined in its ‘Command Paper: Better workplace pensions: Further measures for savers’ new quality standards and charge-capping measures.