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An updated statement from the CMA highlights issues that we can expect to form the focus of the its investigation.
Section 106 Agreements between developers and local planning authorities outlining obligations in relation to new developments are currently subject to statutory time limits at the negotiation stage.
Judicial review: recent reforms download
Certain judicial review reforms reforms – that attracted fierce debate in Parliament and within the legal profession – have now received the Royal Assent. They will be significant to many and a concern to some.
When Gordon Ramsay sought a declaration that he was not bound by the guarantee in a lease the issue was whether he had authorised a signature by his father-in-law. But the father-in-law was not called to give evidence.
The overriding objective of the Civil Procedure Rules is that cases must be dealt with “justly and at proportionate cost”. Now costs cases are coming through thick and fast, what key principles and tips can we derive?
A contracting party always wants to protect itself against the breach of its counterparty. But two recent cases show that parties can shoot themselves in the foot if they complete a clause that amounts to an unenforceable penalty.
We now have the advocate-general’s opinion in the ‘Woolworths’ case.
A raft of new legislation comes into force on 6 April, which is now only a matter of days away. Walker Morris looks at what employers ‘need to know’ in advance of this date.
Walker Morris has released the March 2014 issue of its Case law round-up.
Walker Morris has released the March 2014 issue of its Employment News publication.
Ofgem, OFT and CMA have been have been working to assess whether the market for supply of gas and electricity to households and small firms is sufficiently competitive.
The DfE is making a grant available for small groups of schools, mainly primaries, to collaborate to employ a school business manager in a leadership role.
Although no definite date was given for the regulations under the Charities Act 2011 enabling charitable companies to convert to a CIO, these were expected in ‘early 2014’.
The start of 2014 has seen the financial regulators begin formal investigations into the troubled Co-operative Bank.
Contracts that do not state their duration or explain how to deal with their termination can be terminated by one or both of the contractual parties giving reasonable notice.
The law has established a party’s right to claim privilege over certain documents to keep them out of legal proceedings.
Why are you creating that pre-action document? More on litigation privilege (especially if you are a liquidator) download
The Court of Appeal has had the opportunity to review litigation privilege again in the appeal of the decision in Tchenguiz v Director of the Serious Fraud Office.
In a group action for damages for defects in breast implants, the claimants were concerned about the financial position of the lead defendant.
The Court of Appeal has found a director personally liable for the legal costs of an action brought against his company.
The Court of Appeal has handed down its decision in Santander UK plc v RA Legal Solicitors.