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Mediation (Scotland) Bill – Should Mediation Be Mandatory?
In November 2003 the then Justice 1 Committee held an evidence session with John Sturrock QC on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
UK
20 Jun 2019
2
Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) – One Year On
The principal provisions of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) came into force on 1 April 2018. One year on, we look back to consider the effect MEES
UK
20 Jun 2019
3
The Succession Reformation? Perhaps Not Yet!
Succession law in Scotland moves slowly, as evidenced by the fact that the current legislation was enacted in 1964.
UK
19 Jun 2019
4
Adjudicator's Decision Enforced Despite Failure To Consider All Evidence At Adjudication
As those involved in adjudication will be aware, the grounds for challenging an Adjudicator's Decision are limited.
UK
17 Jun 2019
5
Brexit And The Great British Summer Of Sport – Should Sports Fans Be Concerned?
With the Cricket World Cup in full swing, and Wimbledon, The Open and the FIFA Women's World Cup just around the corner, it is set to be a bumper summer of sport
UK
14 Jun 2019
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Rudd v Bridle – The Who And What Of Subject Access Requests Under GDPR
The case of Rudd v Bridle is an interesting example of data protection law in the UK, and specifically subject access requests, being used in the context of litigation
UK
12 Jun 2019
7
(Over) Paying The Ferryman?
Gordon Downie examines how some UK local authorities, in raising their cremation charges (partly) in response to austerity
UK
10 Jun 2019
8
Happy Birthday GDPR – One Year On
According to statistics released by the European Commission earlier in 2019, the term "GDPR" amassed more Google searches than either Beyoncé or Kim Kardashian during the month of May 2018.
European Union
7 Jun 2019
9
Competition Regulator Sharpens Focus On Construction Sector
The Competition and Markets Authority's (CMA) Chief Executive, Andrea Coscelli raised concerns in April at "seeing a lot of evidence of anti-competitive conduct ...
UK
6 Jun 2019
10
The Perils Of Dying Without A Will
Recent research from the insurer Royal London found more than half of the UK adult population has not made a will, and a quarter of those have no intention of making one. Death, it seems, remains something of a taboo subject in the UK
UK
6 Jun 2019
11
Successful Persuasion: The Missing 93%
How many of you have read the book ‘Silent Messages'? How many of you have even heard of it or its author, Professor Albert Mehrabian? Probably not that many.
UK
5 Jun 2019
12
The End Of The Entrepreneur Visa?
At the end of March, UK Visas and Immigration closed both the Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) and Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur) routes ...
UK
5 Jun 2019
13
A ‘Consumer Duty' For The UK Courts – An Actionable Proposal?
Andrew Tyrie has proposed that the UK courts – as well as the CMA itself – be made subject to a new statutory consumer duty.
UK
4 Jun 2019
14
Educating The Judges – Balancing Knowledge And Fairness
One of the challenges of dealing with large complex disputes (or even smaller disputes with technical complexity) is that the decision maker may have no understanding of the technical background
UK
30 May 2019
15
Ofwat And The Future Of The Water Industry – Three Things You Need To Know
On 2 May 2019, Ofwat, the water industry regulator for England and Wales, unveiled its emerging thinking on the future regulatory framework for the water sector.
UK
29 May 2019
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Regulation Of Online Falsehoods: ‘Fake News' – The UK, Singapore And Europe
‘Fake news' – information or news that is proven to be either verifiably false or misleading – has become a major, global concern.
Worldwide
27 May 2019
17
Negotiations: Why Do We Avoid Uncertainty?
Most of us know that it is important to understand our own motivations in any negotiation-type setting, but how many of you are aware of the natural cognitive biases that we are all prone to?
UK
20 May 2019
18
Diligence: Early Involvement Pays
Coordinating cross-border due diligence is a key skill that more often than not underpins complex, multi-jurisdictional merger and acquisitions (M&A) and private equity (PE)-led transactions.
UK
10 May 2019
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Stopping Issues From Becoming Crises: Best Practice For Food Business Operators
The presence of a small amount of undeclared sesame in a particular product may seem trivial but, for those who are allergic, it can provoke a major reaction.
UK
10 May 2019
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Cyber Attacks – An Existential Risk?
Cyber attacks are the greatest threat facing advanced economies. So reported a 2018 survey of over 12,000 businesses, though in truth it is but one recent survey of many.
UK
3 May 2019
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