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By Elizabeth Marshall
There have been rumours circulating in the news over the past 12 months about the declining number of graduate roles that will be available in the UK over the next few years.
By Emma Carter
Please read my top transparency tips as more and more companies are publishing their gender pay gap information.
By Claire Maclean
At the moment contractual payments in lieu of notice are subject to tax and NIC deductions.
By Marc Elshof, Celine Van Es
In deze eerste AVGB-update van 2018 staat het One Stop Shop-mechanisme centraal. Het One Stop Shop-mechanisme houdt in dat organisaties die grensoverschrijdende gegevensverwerkingen uitvoeren ...
By Marc Elshof, Celine Van Es
In this first GDPR Update of 2018, we address the One Stop Shop mechanism. The One Stop Shop mechanism means that, as a main rule, organisations carrying out cross-border personal data ...
By Alessandro Bozzelli, Kathryn McCulloch
On December 15, 2017, Toronto-based technology company Drone Delivery Canada (DDC) announced that Transport Canada has accepted the company's declaration of compliance for the X1000 Sparrow (Sparrow).
By Felicity Ewing, Thomas Leyland, Steven Mills, Craig Neilson, Clare Stothard, Kerry Talbot
In November 2017, the Board of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (the Board) gave judgment on an appeal against, inter alia, liability under a commercial loan ...
By Felicity Ewing, Thomas Leyland, Steven Mills, Craig Neilson, Clare Stothard, Kerry Talbot
At first glance, it may seem something of a contradiction to hold a summary judgment hearing over nine days.
By Felicity Ewing, Thomas Leyland, Steven Mills, Craig Neilson, Clare Stothard, Kerry Talbot
In what Lord Sumption described as a "perfectly straightforward" result, the Supreme Court has considered the approach to determining the quantum of damages in a case where a property was negligently overvalued.
By Felicity Ewing, Thomas Leyland, Steven Mills, Craig Neilson, Clare Stothard, Kerry Talbot
In 2007, Dana Gas raised US$1 billion of financing (restructured in 2013) through the issue of Trust Certificates (Sukuk).
By Felicity Ewing, Thomas Leyland, Steven Mills, Craig Neilson, Clare Stothard, Kerry Talbot
This case concerned the inability of the claimants to recover sums pursuant to a promissory note (the Promissory Note) which formed part of the transaction documents for a sukuk ...
By Felicity Ewing, Thomas Leyland, Steven Mills, Craig Neilson, Clare Stothard, Kerry Talbot
In this case, the High Court considered whether valid service had been effected upon two defendants based outside of the jurisdiction who had shown no willingness to be involved in the proceedings.
By Felicity Ewing, Thomas Leyland, Steven Mills, Craig Neilson, Clare Stothard, Kerry Talbot
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has made a preliminary ruling in relation to the interpretation of Directive 93/13/EEC on Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts (the Unfair Terms Directive).
By Felicity Ewing, Thomas Leyland, Steven Mills, Craig Neilson, Clare Stothard, Kerry Talbot
In this case, the High Court considered: (1) whether the claimant (the Bank) was estopped from exercising its right to demand repayment and enforce security over the Defendants' assets ...
By Felicity Ewing, Thomas Leyland, Steven Mills, Craig Neilson, Clare Stothard, Kerry Talbot
In June, the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in an appeal that considered whether section 3 of the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 (UCTA) can catch facility agreements ...
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