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Limitation proves no bar to lessee download
In Andrew Parissis v Blair Court (St John’s Wood) Management, the judge in the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) provided some useful guidance.
Some in-housers are thinking of extending their reach. The Legal Services Board is concerned that restrictions on their ability to do so might impose costs, frustrate choice and adversely affect access to justice.
After the 2013 horsemeat scandal, the ‘nuts for cumin’ affair puts traceability and record-keeping back in the spotlight.
How to ensure your terms and conditions govern the contract.
When is a clause not a clause? When it is void following the rule against penalties.
This note sets out the key impact for lenders and lead generators and advises on what they need to do to ensure compliance.
While a headline glance at the Supreme Court’s judgment in this long-running case might give developers some encouragement a closer look reveals that the issues in play are not quite so straightforward.
This checklist may assist in ensuring your organisation is ‘ShPL ready’.
Litigation privilege: what is it and how can you protect it? A checklist for directors and managers download
Claiming privilege over a document is a valuable right for a potential litigant, however litigation privilege can be lost or not even arise at all.
Oral agreements are binding – but can give rise to problems.
In principle, a business can recover the costs of its in-house legal staff doing legal work in civil litigation from the other side (provided of course that it has been awarded its costs by the court).
Promoting the use of alternative dispute resolution is one of the key ways in which the courts are trying to reduce the costs of litigation.
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.
Case C-574/12 Centro Hospitalar v Eurest Portugal was a case referred to the ECJ by the Portuguese court.
The ECJ has ruled that insurers cannot restrict the freedom of choice of insured persons by insisting on their using panel law firms or the insurer’s in-house staff.