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29 Nov 2011
National award for brain injury specialist
Specialist catastrophic injury solicitor at Crawley-based asb aspire, Francis Lacy Scott, has been named as the Lawyer Innovator of the Year at this year’s UKABIF annual awards for innovation and inspiration...
29 Nov 2011
The Employment Law Reform train has arrived
On 23 November 2011, the Government announced a large overhaul of employment law with plans to “radically reform employment relations” by safeguarding “workers’ rights, while deregulating to reduce the onerous and unnecessary demands on business”....
27 Nov 2011
The UK Bribery Act: Don't get caught out!
Any global aviation business will be aware that in certain countries, in certain circumstances, payments help things happen....
20 Oct 2011
Let there be light?
Jeremy Ferris looks at how a recent High Court case has left the law on Rights to Light distinctly unilluminated...
19 Oct 2011
Re-building Construction Law: new statutory provisions set to trap the unwary
Susan White looks at the effect of the “new” Construction Act which came into force on 1 October 2011...
18 Oct 2011
Francesca de Vita considers the impact of the introduction of the short-form National Planning Policy Framework...
17 Oct 2011
A Greek tragedy waiting to happen?
Jonathan Cavell considers the implications of the Euro-zone debt crisis on the UK property market...
4 Oct 2011
UK Bribery Act – Sun sets on the sundowners for contract market
All businesses face occasional demands for commissions, grease payments or administrative fees which all concerned know are actually demands for payments to influence decisions....
3 Oct 2011
ATOL Consultation – the waiting is the hardest part
The travel industry awaits Department for Transport (DFT) report on proposals to update the regulatory framework for aviation...
28 Sep 2011
No Change for Cohabiting Couples
In March 2011, provisional figures from the Office of National Statistics suggested that in 2009 marriage was at its lowest rate in England and Wales since 1895....