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Ofgem and DECC have jointly published an action plan of measures to encourage the growth of independent energy suppliers.
Walker Morris has been appointed by Sustainable Development Capital Ltd (SDCL) to provide specialist legal advice on its energy-efficient investments.
Corporate lawyers from Walker Morris have advised Straight on its sale to a subsidiary of Irish outfit One Fifty One for approximately £10.7m.
The Finance Act 2014 will change the economics of using tax avoidance schemes by requiring payment of disputed tax upfront in cases involving numerous marketed tax management schemes,...
Corporate lawyers from Walker Morris have advised Proactis Holdings on its acquisition of the entire share capital of Intelligent Capture for £1.55m.
Walker Morris has teamed up with thebusinessdesk.com and Sheffield Hallam University to publish the Yorkshire Tourism supplement.
Walker Morris has been shortlisted for the 2014 Yorkshire Legal — Corporate and Commercial Award.
The Groceries Code Adjudicator was established to investigate whether a ‘designated retailer’ has breached the Groceries Supply Code of Conduct.
A recent High Court case concerned borrowers who had a buy-to-let portfolio with many of the properties mortgaged.
Article 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR) provides that everyone has a right to respect for his home.
The DPO has held that in recovering overpayments made incorrectly to a pension member the trustees were time-barred under statute from seeking their recovery.
Included in the Queen’s Speech on 4 June were announcements of two new pension bills: the Private Pensions Bill and the Pensions Tax Bill.
There has been a decline in the rate at which occupational pension schemes are putting in place processes to measure their data.
In the case of McDonald and Others v McDonald, a married couple borrowed money by way of mortgage from a third party in order to acquire premises.
On 29 May 2014, the Pension Protection Fund published ‘Consultation on the second PPF Levy Triennium — 2015–16 to 2017–18’.
The Court of Appeal has held that Olympic Airlines had not experienced an insolvency event for the purposes of section 121 of the Pensions Act 2004.
The issue in Aodhcon v Bridgeco was whether a bridging loan company had taken reasonable care to sell the property at the best price reasonably obtainable.
The government is seeking views on implementing enhanced powers to ensure the continuity of the supply of essential services to insolvent businesses and individuals.
Unless a claimant seeks to mitigate its loss, before seeking to recover compensation from a defendant, any damages that a defendant is ordered to pay may be reduced accordingly.
The law of distress is an ancient common law remedy for the recovery of overdue rent.