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In February this year, our Law-Now
article described the UK Listing Authority’s proposals to
change the listing rules that apply to listed investment...
Gordon Brown’s “new” Government
has published its first annual statement outlining the legislation
the Government intends to propose to Parliament in...
Discharges of radioactivity
All radioactive discharges in the UK are regulated
under the Radioactive Substances Act 1993. This aims to...
The Pensions Ombudsman has issued his annual report for 2006/07. This report is the last from the current incumbent of the office, David Laverick, who...
The Construction Act permits a party to a
construction contract to start an adjudication at any time.
But what if a party doesn't want to adjudicate...
Where parties to a contract agree to arbitrate
their disputes under English procedural laws in England, any
challenge to the eventual award must be made...
The Spanish copyright licensing group for music producers, Promusicae, suffered a blow this week in its ongoing attempts to force Spain’s largest internet...
The Commercial Court recently considered the disclosure of
brokers’ commission and the fiduciary duties owed by brokers
to clients when asked to quote...
Brokers JLT have successfully resisted an appeal by
HIH against a judgment of Langley J last year with the result that
they are not liable to insurers...
The extent of the impact of the Human Rights
Act on different areas of law is often speculated upon, however, it
may still come as a surprise to some...
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