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The Supreme Court’s ‘third way’ in Petrodel v Prest could throw up more problems and more opportunities for litigation than it solves.
A ruling ordering Westminster City Council to repay more than £1m in fees collected from sex shops in the borough may have major implications for licensing authorities across the country.
A recent High Court decision confirms that it is not possible for a breach of contract to be repudiatory in a partnership context, even where the partnership consists of only two partners.
Can reinstated employees be subsequently constructively unfairly dismissed on the grounds of unfavourable terms of return to work?
In Imam-Sadeque v Bluebay Asset Management (Services) Ltd , the High Court considered whether an employee had acted in repudiatory breach of his employment contract and a compromise agreement.
A City employee has recently succeeded in a victimisation claim following dismissal by her employer, Commerzbank AG, for bringing a sex discrimination claim against her previous employer DB.
Confusion often surrounds the difference between obtaining a divorce and a settlement resolving the family finances following the breakdown of a marriage.
There is increasing interest by local authorities in joining with housing associations and developers in joint ventures.
Figures released by the Office of the Head of International Family Justice for England and Wales reveal a 40 per cent increase in the number of international family disputes handled in the last year.
This year’s Queen’s Speech was as noteworthy for what it did not contain as its contents. The legislative themes are controlling immigration and promoting growth.
E:gen — May 2013 issue download
The May 2013 issue of Winckworth Sherwood’s E-gen publication is available now.
The Summer Term edition of Winckworth Sherwood’s Heads Up! publication is available now.
The government has announced an annual tax on enveloped dwellings.
Evidence of the cost and acrimony caused by divorce can be found on an almost daily basis in the UK media, laying bare the separation details of ‘celebrities’.
Winckworth Sherwood has released issue four of its Need to Know HR Law Update.
Underperforming schools are being asked to work with sponsors to provide vision and support.
The number of pupils in England is rising and there are high levels of demand for pupil places, which local authorities are struggling to meet.
An independent review published in April 2011 looked into the way that capital is spent on schools in England and recommended a complete overhaul of the system.
The European Union is now committed to reducing harmful emissions across the continent, with the focus of recent regulation set on plant and machinery installed within buildings.
Issue 3 of Winckworth Sherwood’s Need to Know employee law update is now available.