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The High Court has considered whether a claimant waived privilege in confidential documents simply because they had been seen by someone other than the claimant and his lawyer.
The FCA has published the above consultation paper, which sets out its intended approach to the implementation of a price cap for high-cost, short-term credit.
The DCLG has published revised criteria for deciding which local planning authorities are to be regarded as ‘poor performers’ in relation to their handling of planning applications.
The last few years have seen a number of steps being taken to transform the planning system into a more transparent, efficient and locally driven process.
The future for zero-hours contracts? download
In this article, Walker Morris examines the issues relating to zero-hours contracts and their practical impact for employers.
HMRC clampdown on tax avoidance download
HMRC’s crackdown on anti-avoidance schemes is set to intensify over the summer months.
Costs and compliance: Mitchell take two — revised guidance for those seeking relief from court sanctions download
After eight months of uncertainty and legal angst, the Court of Appeal has clarified the Mitchell guidance.
Walker Morris looks at the immigration changes and what employers need to know.
The government has been consulting on broadening the scope of the Bolar exemption.
The case of R (on the application of Sky Blue Sports & Leisure Ltd and others) v Coventry City Council  EWHC 2089 (Admin) is an interesting one.
On 1 July 2014, BIS published new guidance on how to apply the new EU General Block Exemption Regulation.
A Charity Commission intervention and a recent VAT tribunal case highlight the need for local authorities to consider their legal position carefully when giving funding to charities.
Bad faith registrations download
In a case before the General Court, Simca Europe had obtained registration of the work mark SIMCA as a Community trademark for goods in Class 12.
Discount grocer Aldi has been in the news in the last month with two unrelated cases concerning different intellectual property rights.
The case upon which the advocate-general delivered his opinion concerns Johan Deckmyn of the right-wing Vlaams Belang political party.
The anthemic Stairway to Heaven, by Led Zeppelin, appears to be heading for the courts.
In BIMBO SA v OHIM, BIMBO SA applied to register BIMBO DOUGHNUTS as a Community trademark. That application was opposed by Panrico SA.
The Lush v Amazon dispute, continued download
Following the High Court ruling, Lush and Amazon attempted — and failed — to reach an agreement as to the form of the court order.
The ECJ has handed down an important decision that affects the calculation of holiday pay for workers whose pay includes an element of commission.
HMRC has ruled that around 3,000 home care staff should receive a share of £600,000 in unpaid wages after their employer had not paid them for time spent travelling between care visits.