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The focus is on mobile apps but the guidance is no less applicable to apps on other devices such as games consoles.
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The JMSLG’s board has approved the final guidance for consumer credit firms relating to their compliance with anti-money laundering obligations.
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Where a buyer wrongfully neglects or refuses to accept and pay for goods, the seller may bring an action for damages for non-acceptance.
Broadly speaking, the competition regime will continue as before with the same basic rules. However, the opportunity has been taken to reinforce the CMA’s powers.
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 will hold the first of its new programme of employment breakfast seminars in Leeds on 7 April 2014.
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.
Energy, waste and renewables lawyers from Walker Morris have advised Augean on the disposal of parts of its former Waste Network division.
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.
Walker Morris’s corporate team has advised the management of Calrec Audio on its acquisition from D&M Holdings for £14m.
Walker Morris’s corporate group has advised CPP Group on the sale of CPP Holding’s 49 per cent shareholding in Home3 Assistance to Mapfre Abraxas Software.
Walker Morris will be speaking and exhibiting at the LGG Weekend School 2014 at the University of York.
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.
Walker Morris has launched the 20th anniversary of its annual Children’s Calendar Painting Competition, which raises money for Yorkshire’s Martin House Children’s Hospice.
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.