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‘Remuneration’ or ‘non-cash benefit’? Big implications for maternity leave.
…despite representation and warranty to the contrary. A helpful decision for lenders...
Without prejudice communications with a regulator; collateral benefit and negligence; and more.
How provisional sums are dealt with in the most common forms of construction contract.
Welcome decision redresses the previous imbalance between patentee and prospective licensee.
Also: reporting unenforceable credit agreements; ADR directive; and more.
Two ways an employer can try to deal with the risk of contractor default. Includes practical tips.
Ruling on an application for specific disclosure could have big implications in the early stages of procurement disputes.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s employment &and equalities experts bring you the latest developments that may affect your business – what they are, an...
A cautionary word on the pitfalls of local agreements in relation to payment under a construction contract.
In the first of a two-part series Wragges takes a look at whether a US stock-option-linked non-compete clause will be effective to restrain an executive in a UK subsidiary. There is a good chance the answer is no.
Wragges considers the position you may be in if there has been an error in the execution of a contract, and provides a guide for some of the common mishaps that you may encounter.
The defence of illegality – which prevents a claimant from bringing a claim that arises out of its own illegal acts – can’t be used where the company is claiming against its directors.
Law returns to pre-Woolworths litigation position; employers must look at the ‘establishment’ question.
A lesson for employers dealing with pension changes: remembering three Ps – proposal, privilege and protection – can minimise legal risk.
Sanctions for regulatory offences, particularly for larger corporates, set to increase substantially.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s finance litigation experts bring you the latest on the cases and issues affecting the lending industry.
The new public sector procurement directive becomes law in the UK (except Scotland) on 26 February 2015.
As the DPR awaits European Council approval, how is the Council’s vision for the new rules developing?
In his annual review of the year’s patent cases Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s Head of IP, Gordon Harris, delivers his verdict on the work of the IP courts in 2014.