In Engie Fabricom (UK) Limited v MW High Tech Projects UK Limited the TCC determined that the parties to a sub-contract did not have the statutory right to adjudicate, having regard to exclusions set out within the Construction Act.
A BTR apartment development brings together a large number of residents and one of the major challenges of living together in harmony, is ensuring residents are not affected by noise from other residents.
Andrew Rayment and Charlotte Smith (both Employment) presented a live Q&A webinar discussion on ‘Employee engagement and future HR trends’. Walker Morris employment lawyers were joined by Lisa Rowlinson-Brown, People Director at Symington’s, Steve Joyce, HR Director at Airedale International Air Conditioning and Catherine de la Poer, Leadership Developer at Halcyon Coaching.
Along with other unprecedented measures to protect the public and the economy, the UK government announced on 23 March 2020 that commercial landlords are to be precluded from forfeiting commercial leases and evicting the tenant for non-payment of rent. This measure was originally in place until 30 June 2020 however has been extended until 30 September and will be reviewed thereafter.
There is an old saying, attributed to the French Philosopher Voltaire, that ‘doubt is not a pleasant condition but certainty is an absurd one’. For trustees of trusts governed by the laws of the Cayman Islands (Cayman), and indeed for trustees worldwide, doubt as to the future value of trust assets (and as to the future needs or actions of beneficiaries) may be their new default condition as they deal with the upheaval brought on by recent global events.
Along with its fellow Crown Dependencies and Overseas Territories, the Cayman Islands now has comprehensive economic substance legislation, under which in-scope entities that carry on particular activities are required to demonstrate economic substance in Cayman.
BNA has approved new rules applicable to foreign exchange transactions carried out by individuals.
Mozambican legislation regarding shipping.
A recent ECJ decision in ISS Facility Services v Govaerts has added another layer of complexity to TUPE transfer situations involving multiple transferees. We discuss the facts of this case and its impact for transferors and transferees alike.
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A total of 27 staff from BT Legal, which was acquired by DWF last year, have been made redundant. The group left in June seven months after moving from the company’s claims and corporate property team to the law firm. The reason, stated in a Communications Union release, boils down to the fact that the […]
For the first time, The Lawyer has put together a comprehensive list of global disputes being heard in 2021, with six of the top 20 held in London. The list of cases, which features as part of the Global Litigation 50 report, covers all manner of disputes whether it is a commercial tussle in London’s […]
Parties from the United States and Switzerland are competing over a six-figure sum sitting in Stephenson Harwood’s bank account, with the firm taking up a bit-part role in an ongoing High Court clash. A total of $570,000 is at the heart of the scrap between the estate of late US lawyer, Irving Kagan, and Swiss […]
Charles Russell Speechlys new managing partner Simon Ridpath has put forward a series of objectives for his tenure, as the firm revealed a dip in profits and rise in revenue for 2019/20. In the financials, net profit and profit per equity partner (PEP) dipped by 3 and 5 per cent respectively, from £29.6m to £28.7m […]
Goodwin has orchestrated a rota system to slowly bring back lawyers to its London office. The UK arm of the US firm has kept its London outpost open for about two weeks for a limited number of employees and on a voluntary basis. It followed a thorough risk assessment that gave the greenlight for the […]
Charter Chambers is to close its doors from 30 October, due to the coronavirus pandemic combined with the impending sale of its premises. The criminal set, which is home to 47 barristers including six silks, as well as seven clerks, has occupied 33 John Street for 15 years. It is owned by a Pension Trust […]