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Trade associations call for company voluntary arrangement reforms

Reforms are needed to the current company voluntary arrangement (CVA) process, according to both R3 and the British Property Federation (BPF). R3 (the trade association for the UK’s insolvency, restructuring, advisory, and turnaround professionals) has published a research report recommending a number of reforms to improve the effectiveness and reputation of CVAs. These include: Capping […]

How the courts are interpreting long-term maintenance contracts

By Ian Yule The Private Finance Initiative (PFI) may be past its peak, but various cases have come to court in the past few years involving long-term maintenance contracts, including PFIs. Three cases in particular are worth noting. They have featured issues such as whether terms should be implied about co-operation, how good faith clauses […]

Pimlico Plumbers – contract matters and the ‘gig’ economy

By Alex Mellis The ‘gig’ economy cases, scattered throughout the different tiers of varying jurisdictions of courts and tribunals, excite much interest when the latest decision is published and flashed across the media. The recent decision of the Supreme Court in Pimlico Plumbers & Anor v Smith, handed down on 13 June 2018, will be no […]

Ukraine: new corporate law governing LLCs

The new law “On Limited and Additional Liability Companies” No. 2275-VIII has come into effect, with the exception of some specific provisions related to inheritance that take effect on 17 June 2019. The law introduces fundamental changes to the rules that apply to the operation of companies with limited and additional liability, grants their participants […]

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The Lawyer is pleased to announce the 1995 Legal National Five-a-Side football tournament in conjunction with Arsenal Football Club. The competition is open to all members of the legal profession and those associated with it. So law firms, barristers’ chambers, in-house legal departments and courthouse staff are invited to field teams. The event will kick […]

Litigation Disciplinary Tribunals 21/02/95

GEOFFREY MICHAEL DIXON, 48, admitted 1973, practised as G B Dixon, Normandy, Guildford, struck off and ordered to pay u4,497 costs. Allegations substantiated he wrongly drew and used client money, failed to disclose material information to client, failed to honour professional undertakings given by him, failed to reply to correspondence from Solicitors Complaints Bureau. Tribunal […]

Lawyers top of the class in languages

Lawyers are top of the class when it comes to learning other languages, a survey reveals. Research shows that lawyers out-perform most other professionals linguistically and are particularly strong at French. One third of lawyers claim to be fluent in French compared to just under one in five marketing executives and one in 20 information […]

Law Lords extend will duty of care

In a landmark ruling last week the Law Lords, by a three to two majority, upheld an Appeal Court decision that two sisters, who as a result of delays in preparation of their father’s will lost out on legacies intended for them, are entitled to damages and interest from the Birmingham firm of Philip Baker […]

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