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The changes likely to have most impact upon the automotive and asset finance industries.
Also: burden of proof in wrongful trading cases; and more.
Also: Google; FCA complaints; and more.
Also: ’measurable loss’; and more.
…but it seems the new UK regime may be less hard on business than the US model.
Also: relief from foreiture of a lease; and more.
Wragges’ employment experts bring you their monthly update.
Wragges highlights the issues you need to consider to ensure you are compliant with the new provisions following the last day of the six-month transition period under the Construction Regulations 2015.
…but taxation is a different matter.
YSL obtained its registrations in 2006. H&M sought to invalidate the registrations on the basis that they lacked the necessary individual character in light of its earlier ‘Fantastic Shopper’ design.
Shares subject to voting restrictions should be regarded, for the purposes of the Code, as having voting rights.
Renewed confidence has buoyed the debt markets and numerous non-bank funds are entering the market.
Penalties of up to £90,000 for non-compliance.
Construction disputes often involve questions concerning contractual interpretation. In the latest article in our Back to Basics series, we highlight some of the key principles in this area.
The CJEU’S answer to Nestlé’s application to register a shape mark for its four-finger chocolate bar is a classic lawyer’s answer: ‘it depends’. But depends on what?
R (Richmond Pharmacology Ltd) v Health Research Authority. Site fails clarity test.
This alert explains the outcome of the government consultation relating to requirements on certain businesses to publish an annual slavery and human trafficking statement regarding their supply chain as part of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
Also: damages; new law; and more...
Sometimes disputes are unavoidable and incapable of being resolved through commercial negotiations. The next step in the process is to consider recourse through formal proceedings.
Changes to pensions and directors’ rules timetables, and more.