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The government has launched a consultation on zero-hours contracts focusing on two key concerns — exclusivity clauses and a lack of transparency.
The landmark decision of the EAT in the Woolworths case is due to be heard by the Court of Appeal at the end of January.
The government has announced how the new system of shared parental leave will work when it comes into force in April 2015.
It has been a long time coming, but the new TUPE regulations are now finalised and set to take effect from 31 January 2014.
LIBOR claims set to continue download
The High Court in Graiseley Properties Ltd v Barclays Bank plc had permitted the borrower to amend their particulars of claim following LIBOR-fixing allegations, but in Deutsche the court refused.
In Szepietowski v National Crime Agency, the Supreme Court set out a clear test for when the remedy of marshalling should be available to a second mortgagee.
We often come up against the argument from defendant professionals that the lender would not have acted differently even if it had been properly advised.
The judgment in this case gives a thorough and helpful review of the authorities and issues in play when a solicitor seeks to rely on a section 61 TA defence to a claim for breach of trust.
Managing the risks and costs associated with TUPE can be a real problem when making changes to supply chains.
Price cap for payday loans download
In an unexpected and dramatic change of policy, the government has decided that a price cap should be introduced for payday loans.
In the UK, the government has now confirmed the framework for shared parental leave, which comes into force in April 2015.
The EU Parliament has finally approved the text of the new public procurement directives (the ‘classic’ directive, utilities directive and concessions directive).
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.
The Groceries Code Adjudicator Act 2013 established the Groceries Code Adjudicator to enforce the Grocery Supply Code of Practice.
Generic top-level domains appear to the right of the dot in a domain name. Historically, there were only a limited number available, with ‘.com’ being the most common.
The government is currently undertaking the most extensive reform of consumer law in years.
The European Commission has published the revised euro thresholds for the application of the procedures for the award of contracts under the EU public procurement directives.
In this article, Walker Morris considers six of the most important developments in English commercial law to have occurred in 2013.
The Intellectual Property Bill has been working its way through Parliament throughout the summer and autumn and is likely to be enacted in 2014.
The change of name to the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court makes sense. This court deals with intellectual property cases of all kinds, not simply patent cases.