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Wragge & Co brings you the latest on the cases and issues affecting the lending industry.
One of the main Jackson reforms to affect civil litigation was the abolition of the recoverability of ATE insurance premiums and success fees in CFAs from the losing (paying) party.
Wragge & Co provides a summary of changes that will apply to workplace pensions form 1 November 2013 and 1 April 2014.
Wragge & Co has advised the founder of Mountain Warehouse on the £85m acquisition of the outdoor clothing and equipment retail business.
Guidance published on the implementation of the new directors' remuneration regime for quoted companies
The GC100 and Investor Group has published guidance on how the new directors’ remuneration regime for quoted companies is to be implemented.
Wragge & Co is named a National Leader in the new Chambers UK 2014. The firm’s construction, employment, intellectual-property, planning and real-estate teams are all listed.
Wragge & Co recently hosted an evening of networking for 100 students and young people interested in a career in law.
On 30 October 2013, the third ordinance amending the fruit juice and soft drink regulation and other foodstuff-related provisions was published in the Federal Law Gazette.
The Pensions Regulator issued a statement on 25 October 2013 warning against ‘double counting’ in defined-benefit pension schemes.
Wragge & Co and Buck Consultants have announced a joint initiative aimed at assisting SMEs to fulfil their automatic enrolment obligations.
In the third update of 2013, Wragge & Co’s private equity specialists comment on key issues and recent developments affecting the sector.
Wragge & Co’s data protection team has helped in the creation of the World Law Group’s latest report, Global Guide to Data Breach Notifications.
The Court of Appeal has given judgment in the ‘stay’ application in the long-running patent dispute between IPCom and HTC.
The Pensions Regulator’s new Code of Practice no. 13, ‘Governance and administration of occupational defined contribution trust-based pension schemes’, has come into force.
Wragge & Co’s construction experts review cases involving challenges to adjudication enforcement on jurisdictional and natural justice grounds.
Claim for cease and desist against sending unrequested ‘tell a friend’ recommendation emails via a recommendation function
The Federal Supreme Court has found that a claim for cease and desist can be asserted against the company that provides a recommendation function at its webpage.
This briefing from Wragge & Co sets out an overview of the draft regulations and a table summarising the key amendments.
The Equality Act 2010 prohibits discrimination against an individual based on their age. However, there are a number of statutory exemptions in the UK that apply to this overriding principle.
With the John McCririck age discrimination case hitting the headlines, Wragge & Co experts look at this case alongside other age discrimination developments this year.
Litigators have been warned: failure to comply, for which there is no good reason, will not usually attract relief from sanction.