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The Defendant caused a fire on the Plaintiff's
premises, resulting in damage in excess of £1 million.
The Defendant was covered under a household
The principal changes are in relation to the disclosure of
directors' pension entitlements
"...companies should disclose the amount of the
Proposed amendments to the Listing Rules
As part of its ongoing review of the Listing Rules,
the London Stock Exchange has published a consultation document
This distinction was at the heart of the House of Lords' decision
in Shimizu (UK) Limited v Westminster City Council (1997) and
although the case arose...
This was the point considered recently in Burroughs Day v Bristol
City Council where certain roof alterations, whilst plainly
affecting the exterior...
Italy has lifted all border restrictions on airline passengers
travelling to and from France, Germany, Portugal, the Benelux
countries and Spain. These...
The Commission has tabled a Proposal designed to give effect to the
framework agreement on part-time work. This agreement was concluded
In March the EU adopted a new directive on environmental
assessments which Member States have until March 1999 to implement.
Amongst other things, it...
The need for environmental assessment was relevant in the High
Court's decision in March of this year in Berkeley v The Secretary
of State for the Environment...
The Council of Ministers has published a new draft Directive, due
to be considered by the Legal Affairs Committee on 28th April.
About 30 amendments...
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