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Social and commercial context Reports of violence on the high street are on the rise. Unfortunately, even the briefest of internet research reveals a worrying number of incidences of violence in the UK.  Within just the last year there have been: a stabbing in a supermarket; armed robberies at Barclays on Vauxhall Bridge Road, at […]

Getting the Deal Through: Public Procurement 2019

Ana Marta Castro and Raul Mota Cerveira, partners, contribute for the international publication Getting the Deal Through: Public Procurement, a comparative guide that analyses Public Procurement legislation on 34 jurisdictions from all over the world. The lawyers are responsible for the Angola, Cape Verde, Mozambique and Sao Tome and Principe chapters, where they explain relevant […]

When you need a torts notice

By David Asker A torts notice is a legal document alerting the owner of items that have been abandoned on private land or property. It is issued in accordance with the torts (interference with goods) Act 1977. The fact that items or property have been left on your property or land makes you an involuntary […]

Blurred lines: when employees’ social media posts are your concern

By Stuart McBride In May this year a BBC Radio host was fired over a controversial tweet in which he posted a picture of a couple holding hands with a chimpanzee dressed in a suit, with the caption, “Royal baby leaves hospital”.  The photo was removed shortly after it was posted, but not before it was […]

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