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By Emily Reeve
The court has no jurisdiction to direct a bankrupt to waive privilege in any document, the High Court has ruled (Leeds v Lemos [2017] EWHC 1825 (Ch)).
By Maria Connolly
From 1 April 2018 it will be unlawful to grant a tenancy of a property with an EPC rating of below E (known as a sub-standard property) unless an exemption applies and has been validly registered. So what are the risks of buying a sub-standard property?
By Daniel Halstead
The government has launched a consultation, aimed at tackling unfair practices in the leasehold market. Sajid Javid, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government has described these as "practically feudal".
By Alan Munro
The European Commission has published forms to be used under the Recast European Insolvency Regulation (Recast EIR).
By Alison Deighton
The Court of Appeal has recently held that information about the communications and data component of the government's Smart Meter Programme constitutes "environmental information" ...
By Stuart McBride
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018.
By Paul Heeley
Welcome to TLT's Busy lenders' monthly round-up. Each month we summarise the latest news and developments in retail mortgage lending and regulation.
By Fergus Charlton
Now that subsidies have ended, there is a question over the impact of the size of a scheme and whether size matters.
By Alison Deighton
This is understood to be the first disclosure of its kind under the Data Protection Act 1998.
By Russell Kelsall
In a judgment handed down on 24 July 2017, the Court of Appeal dismissed the appeals of three customers against three different banks on whether they were owed a duty of care ....
By Alison Deighton
The ICO has updated its subject access code of practice (the Code) to reflect recent developments in case law
By Alison Deighton
A new Opinion (WP249) on data processing carried out by employers in the employment context has recently been adopted by the Article 29 Working Party (A29 WP).
By Stuart McBride
In stark contrast to Unison's previous failed attempts to challenge the 2013 introduction of tribunal fees, the Supreme Court has today found in its favour, holding that tribunal fees are both unlawful...
By Maria Connolly
Over the last twelve to eighteen months, energy storage has increasingly become a buzz word in the sector, and a number of projects have been deployed as part of the National Grid EFR and Capacity Market auctions.
By Lynsey Robinson
Lord Justice Jackson published his supplemental report on the civil litigation fixed costs regime this week.
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