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10 July

The construction industry will be familiar with collateral warranties and why the notion of third-party rights (in its various guises) is necessary on construction projects, but there has been a... Read More

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9 July

A recent case highlights the need for a gender-neutral approach in the courts. On 28 March, the Court of Appeal heard OneSavings Bank plc v Waller-Edwards [2024] EWCA Civ 302,... Read More

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9 July

Immigration is always a hot topic and never more so than in the run up to and just after a general election. What is or could be in store for... Read More

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9 July

The Loan Market Association (LMA) recently updated its riders covering DAC6. The riders generally remain the same in substance but the language has been updated to cover the UK implementing... Read More

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4 July

It is over seven years since the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower killed 72 people and identified a crisis of unsafe cladding across high-rise buildings in the UK. Despite this... Read More

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3 July

Many people choose to leave gifts to charity in their Will. There are specific inheritance tax benefits to leaving at least 10% of your estate to charity, but many choose... Read More

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2 July

A recent ruling from the Employment Appeal Tribunal upholds an Employment Tribunal's decision that a claim could be struck out as it had previously been waived in a settlement agreement.... Read More

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27 June

The CIPD Good Work Index is an annual benchmark of good work or job quality in the UK. It measures a wide range of aspects of job quality including job... Read More

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25 June

The question of whether Royal Wills should remain sealed or be made public has long been a topic of debate in the United Kingdom. In contrast to the standard legal... Read More

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25 June

With the general election fast approaching and a constant stream of proposed policy announcements being made by all major parties it can be difficult to cut through the noise and... Read More

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24 June

To prevent abuse, there is a limit on the use of successive fixed-term contracts. Where they are used for four years or more, the employee will become a permanent employee... Read More

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21 June

Following a formal public consultation, the Welsh Government has laid the Health and Social Care (Wales) Bill (“the Bill”) before the Senedd Cymru for scrutiny. We outline a summary of... Read More