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EMI Options: Approval granted

By Ben Watson As mentioned in our previous update, the tax reliefs associated with Enterprise Management Incentives (EMI) options are technically a form of state aid and therefore require approval from the EU Commission.  Two days before the deadline of 7 April 2018, HMRC announced that the UK had failed to renew its EU state aid […]

Avoid World Cup marketing own goals this summer

By Jo Pritchard The 2018 FIFA World Cup is to shortly kick off in Russia. Amidst the excitement, it is important to remember a few key dos and don’ts for any planned marketing campaigns. With a global audience of more than 3 billion, it will be tempting to capitalise on the football fever with World […]

Independent review of building regulations and fire safety

The catastrophic events of the evening of 14 June 2017 which led to the tragic loss of 71 lives at Grenfell Tower has cast a spotlight on the system relating to the design, construction and maintenance of high-rise and complex buildings. In the wake of the disaster, the government announced an independent review of building […]

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Kensington wins review

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Litigation Recent decisions 20/06/95

Disapplying time limit for a personal injury claim Christine Marie Crocker v British Coal Corporation (1995). (QBD Merthyr Tydfil District Registry (Mance J) 7/6/95). Summary: Whether the limitation period should be disapplied to a claim for personal injury sustained as a result of the Aberfan pit disaster in 1966. Plaintiff’s application under s.33 Limitation Act […]

Ackner narrowly loses fees revolt

THE LORD Chancellor is likely to receive two separate reports giving contrary advice on the rights of audience for employed solicitors, both from the same organisation. The 17-member Lord Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Legal Education and Conduct (Aclec) has informed the Law Society that, by a “small majority” of nine to eight, it opposes the […]

Scrivener's advice raises staff issues

Cyril Dixon reports LOCAL authority watchdogs are to question Hull City Council about a controversial staff transfer policy based on advice by Anthony Scrivener QC. Officials from the Local Government Staff Commission have written to Hull asking for further details of Scrivener’s guidance and its implications. The advice has provoked conflict between Hull and the […]

College offers one-stop training shop

A NEW combined professional development unit designed to provide a one-stop training shop for lawyers in the UK has been launched by the College of Law. The unit links the college’s Professional Skills Course and its Continuous Professional Development programme with video training service Legal Network Television (LNTV). Based at the college’s Bream’s Buildings premises, […]

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