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Caster Semenya Ruling - A New Age For Gender Categorisation In Sports?
Last month, the Court of Arbitration for Sport ("CAS") ruled against Caster Semenya in her long-standing dispute with the International Association of Athletics Federation ("IAAF").
UK
14 Jun 2019
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Fairness And Consistency In Disciplinary Proceedings Brought By Sports Governing Bodies
It has not been the best of years for José Mourinho. Zinedine Zidane has recently beaten him to the job of Real Madrid manager ...
UK
14 Jun 2019
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A Golf Club's Covenant To "Maintain And Forever After Keep In Good Repair" Was Unenforceable
A recent decision by the Court of Appeal has over turned a High Court decision holding that a covenant to "maintain and forever after keep in good repair…
UK
11 Jun 2019
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Employment Legal Update February 2019
In the recent case of Asda Stores Limited v Brierley, the Court of Appeal has upheld the decision that staff working on the supermarket's shop floor can compare themselves to warehouse staff
European Union
21 May 2019
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Was The Seller Ready, Able And Willing?
In Oakley v Harper McKay Developments the High Court held that a Seller of an office block, to be converted into flats ...
UK
8 Mar 2019
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Court Of Appeal Upholds Registration Of Quayside As Town Or Village Green
The registration of land on a quayside in Essex as a town or village green (TVG) has recently been confirmed by the Court of Appeal,
UK
6 Feb 2019
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Farming Assets: Do They Belong To The Partnership Or The Individual Partner?
Many assume if an asset, such as farmland, is referred to in the partnership accounts that it is a partnership asset.
UK
6 Feb 2019
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Diffident Display Of Finding An Adjudicator's Decision Concerning Defects To Be Defective
The claimant and defendant had entered into a sub-contract, clause 14.4 of which stated that if the defendant decided any works done ...
UK
5 Feb 2019
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A Friend In Need, Is A Friend... In Greed! The Perils Of Providing Free Advice
This case concerned an architect who agreed to assist her friends with their landscaping venture on a gratuitous basis whereby she secured a contractor to carry out earthworks and hard landscaping,
UK
4 Feb 2019
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Risky Business Or Real Risk Of Dissipation?
The appellant company appealed against a stay of execution of a judgment based on an adjudicator's decision.
UK
4 Feb 2019
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Essential Intention: The Need To Scrutinise Your T's & C's In Letters Of Intent
AMEC was a specialist sub-contractor on two large construction projects: the Wellcome Centre and the Castlepoint car park. AMEC engaged Arcadis to carry out design work on both projects.
UK
4 Feb 2019
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Collude, Get Sued (And You May Even Be Held Personally Liable)
The claimant (a construction business specialising in house refurbishment) claimed the unpaid value of work carried out under a contract with a limited company (H).
UK
4 Feb 2019
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A Further Jab To The "Smash And Grab" Adjudication?
In our edition of the HTML last April we reported on the decision in the Technology and Construction Court, which signified the ability for employers to bring separate (counter)
UK
4 Feb 2019
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Will And Estate Disputes Update - December 2018
In the case of South Downs Trustees Limited –v- GH, the High Court has recently considered an application under section 57(1) of the Trustee Act 1925.
UK
15 Jan 2019
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It's In The Partnership Accounts But Is It Partnership Property?
The recent High Court judgment in Wild v Wild [2018] EWHC 2197 (Ch) confirms that one partner cannot unilaterally cause property to become a partnership asset without the prior agreement or subsequent acceptance of the other partners.
UK
21 Nov 2018
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New ACAS Guidance On Employment References
ACAS have released new guidance on employment references, which covers matters such as whether or not a reference must be provided, what a reference can include and whether an employer can give a bad reference.
UK
24 Oct 2018
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R (On The Application Of (1) KE (2) IE (3) CH V Bristol City Council [2018] EWHC (Admin) 2103
Bristol CC's decision to reduce its special educational needs budget by over £5million has been overturned after a successful judicial review brought by families affected.
UK
23 Oct 2018
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Avoid Intestacy, Make A Will!
The High Court has rejected a claim by Mrs Bhusate, that she is the sole beneficial owner of a London house occupied with the deceased until his death in 1990.
UK
19 Oct 2018
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The Importance Of Being Earnest About Collateral Warranties
A local authority intended to sell land, which had previously been used as a residential education centre for development into housing.
UK
15 Oct 2018
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The Perils Of Milestone Payment - CIMC MBS Ltd V Bennett (Construction) Ltd [Unreported] 18 July 2018
One of the key terms of the Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (as amended) ...
UK
15 Oct 2018
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