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Parliamentary group proposes a Financial Services Tribunal

Kevin Hollinrake MP (Co-Chair of the APPG on Fair Business Banking) has published his report titled “Fair Business Banking for All: How to improve access to justice for businesses in financial services disputes” (the Report). Following the APPG’s responses to the FCA’s consultation on expanding the FOS’s jurisdiction (CP18/3), the Report sets out various recommendations […]

Draft legislative proposal introduces a minimum price for CO2

The Dutch government has published a draft legislative proposal for consultation that introduces a minimum price for CO2. The minimum price is introduced by way of a tax levied on electricity producers. The tax is levied per ton of CO2 emission. In the proposal, the tax rate per ton CO2 is calculated each year as […]

Adoption of unregistered land as highway

By Paul Weeks Unregistered land in unknown ownership can cause a headache on development and the extent of the issue will often depend upon what the land is needed for…

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Case of the week

The Court of Appeal is currently hearing a landmark case likely to lead to new guidelines on judges and conflict of interest. This means that the trend for judges to step down from cases – sparked by Lord Hoffmann’s (pictured) failure to disclose links with Amnesty International during General Pinochet’s appeal – may be nearing […]

Nothing like a Dame

Dame Elizabeth Butler-Sloss Dame Elizabeth Butler-Sloss ushered in the first ladies’ loo in the Court of Appeal, defends gay parents and is set to drag judges into the computer age. Claire Smith meets the new president of the Court of Appeal’s family division. Dame Elizabeth Butler-Sloss arrives a few moments late for our meeting in […]

Osborne Clarke poaches HSBC deputy to build banking group

Osborne Clarke is poaching HSBC’s number two in-house counsel as part of a drive to set up a network of banking departments in its Bristol, London and Reading offices. Jeremy Cross is leaving HSBC Holdings’ headquarters in Hong Kong to run Osborne Clarke’s new banking department in its Bristol office, which he joins as a […]

It's been a good week for…

Cohabiting couples. Lord Irvine is ushering in divorce reforms which will give cohabiting relationships the same weight as marriage when it comes to dividing up a departing couple’s property.

This week

It’s bonanza week for employment lawyers and their clients as Lord Irvine’s reforms to employment tribunals kick in. As of 29 October, the cap on compensation for unfair dismissal cases rises from £12,000 to £50,000.

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