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Interest free instalment credit’s exemption from regulation has been extended.
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.
Businesses risk missing out on 5 years’ worth of rates rebates if they fail to submit their rating appeal before 1 April 2015.
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.
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.
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.
New rules on company names download
The Company, Limited Liability Partnership and Business Names (Sensitive Words and Expressions) Regulations 2014 (the Regulations) came into force on 31 January 2015.
A new set of accounting standards came into force in the UK on 1 January 2015, replacing all existing accounting standards.
The issue in Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation plc v Judge concerned a claim by an employer for delivery up of confidential information by a director upon termination of his appointment.
The Financial Conduct Authority has fined Reckitt Benckiser Group plc £539,800 for a number of breaches of the listing rules and the disclosure rules and transparency rules.
This edition of Foresight outlines legislative and regulatory changes relating to company law expected to come into effect in 2015. With a little Foresight, Walker Morris can help you plan ahead.
In his Autumn Statement, the Chancellor announced the Government’s intention to stop the practice of using schemes of arrangement involving a reduction of capital to effect a takeover of a public company.
The use of ‘cash shells’ with a quotation on the London Stock Exchange is a tried and tested way of generating the cash to fund an acquisition trail.
The Government has been consulting on draft regulations containing a new reporting requirement on payment practices and policies.
New rules on corporate directors download
The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill is currently working its way through Parliament and is likely to become law in the Spring.
The draft order empowering the Groceries Code Adjudicator to fine supermarkets has been laid before Parliament.
The Court of Appeal has given clear and helpful guidance as to the legal position when two or more known or foreseeable factors may combine to produce an abnormal event.
No, the starting point is that a loss of profit may be either a direct or indirect loss.