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The UK Climate Change Programme has been published
after consultation on the draft published in March 2000. It sets
A member had died and a dispute arose as to which of five
dependent children should receive the child’s allowance
payable under the...
The Court of Appeal has confirmed jail sentences of
21 and 12 months for an employee and a manager convicted of
respectively 7 and 2 charges of indecent...
On 21 June 2002, the Russian State Duma passed (in the third
reading) the draft law "On the Legal Status of Foreign Citizens".
The law distinguishes...
The Financial Law Panel has published a paper on
"E-Commerce - Review of Legal Implications - Jurisdiction". This
paper catalogues the main legal issues...
The adjudicator had made a decision which he was
empowered under the Act to make, and if he had made any error in
it, which in fact results in his having...
An extensive analysis by Chris Hodges of the law
relating to the re-use of medical devices has recently been
published in the leading medico-legal journal...
Leeds Employment Tribunal has just ruled that
disability resulting naturally from ageing falls outside the
Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (the "Act")...
Last year the Pensions Ombudsman determined that
the preservation requirements applied to unfunded schemes.
The High Court has now overturned this
The member joined the Scheme in 1968. The Scheme provided two
categories of benefits. Between 1968 and 1973 the member changed
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