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In a consultation paper dated 31 October 2002, the Government is
proposing to amend the current Working Time Regulations to cover
those sectors of the...
The dispute referred in the second adjudication
was not the same or substantially the same as that referred in the
first adjudication. The fundamental...
Competition in payments systems - new study in
The OFT has announced that it will launch a new
investigation early in 2003 into the market for...
On Monday 25 November 2002, the EU Council reached agreement on the
proposed amendments to the Directive concerning common rules for
the internal market...
The recently released provisional rules on foreign mergers and
acquisitions contain, for the first time, anti-trust provisions to
regulate foreign mergers...
This was an application to the Court to determine
the factors that must be taken into account when valuing an
insurance policy, the transfer of which...
If a variation to the terms of a contract is
agreed orally, this must be recorded or evidenced in writing,
failing which an adjudicator will not have...
Sir--Your well intentioned proposals to reform the
system of compensation for alleged drug-induced injury are indeed
"naive" Footnote1. There is a contradiction...
The Queen promised, in her speech to Parliament on the 13th November, that her Government would seek to introduce the following measures:
Foreign businesses to be eligible for .cn (China) domain
The development of the internet within China is set
to receive a boost in December...
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