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Two questions that go to the heart of whether ISPs can be required to block websites wthat promote the sharing of copyright-infringing content.
What should retailers do when planning flash sales and other short-term offers likely to trigger high demand? WLG sets out a few practical and legal pointers to help retailers get ready for the race ahead...
In his Autumn Statement yesterday, the UK Chancellor announced an increase in the rate of stamp duty land tax...
The context or application of a statutory expression may change.
Skilled person would not have had a sufficient expectation that test outcome would be successful...
Case shows that, in framing non-competition clauses, it is essential to analyse the respective bargaining strengths of the parties.
Also: managing pensions liabilities; and more.
Charges may well be legally enforceable.
A key provision of The Modern Slavery Act 2015 has introduced a requirement on organisations with a turnover of more than £36 million to produce an annual transparency statement.
The Government has launched a new consultation following the repeal of s52 of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988.
The sentencing guidelines applying to health and safety, corporate manslaughter and food safety and hygiene offences have been published.
Parties to construction contracts require quicker, less expensive resolution services for finally determining their disputes than have historically been provided by litigation and arbitration.
There has long been a case for harmonisation of the law and now a draft Bill has been published with the aim of doing so.
Finance litigation briefing, October 2015: what trustees need to know after acquiring property; exaggerated claims; and more
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s finance litigation experts bring you the latest on the cases and issues affecting the lending industry.
Wragges’ employment and equalities experts bring you their monthly update of legislation, law and ongoing cases.
Case shows that potential insolvency of the contractor changes the whole ball game.
A recent decision of the Investigatory Powers Tribunal has determined the status, meaning and effect of the Wilson Doctrine.
Mandalia v Secretary of State underlines importance of a public body sticking to its own policies.
Mathilda Davidson looks at a decision of the Advertising Standards Authority on two Iceland frozen bread ads that will be interesting for brands looking to position ‘premium’ or ‘artisan-style’ food products.
Owning a French property through a foreign company triggers tax issues buyers are often unaware of.