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This article was written by Nick Callister
Radcliffe at the beginning of January 2000. See end of article for
update on progress as at 7/11/00.
1.The need for Reform
There can be no doubt that common law involuntary
manslaughter has developed in an unsatisfactory way and would
benefit from codification....
4th World Logistics Conference July 2000 - speech notes
Fulfilment requires an eye for detail. There are
some areas where the standard...
By Andrew Crawford, Corporate partner
The prospect of wider investment powers contained
in the Trustee Bill, which recently received its second reading...
Any venture capitalist or business angel who has
agreed to back an entrepreneurial team will almost certainly
require the team to enter into what is...
Despite fears that the German Tax Reform Bill
proposed by chancellor Schroeder's government could fail to win the
approval of the Bundesrat (the second...
The European Commission has given its first
judgment on a business-to-business ("B2B") internet
On Monday, after a one month investigation,...
In addition to a Shareholders Agreement, most
E-commerce investors will want specific provisions to be put into
the Articles of Association of the company...
A new form of standard facilities management
contract is set to have a major impact on the procurement of
facilities management services by the public...
Victoria Peckett analyses recent case law
“Neither party shall be liable to the
other for any indirect or consequential losses
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