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This report, published jointly by the Law Society and the Civil
Justice Council, is the first substantive research to be completed
on the effect of the...
To reduce the likelihood of adverse consequences when a third party
publishes offensive material on your website (or the website you
are hosting), have...
A revised version of the United Kingdom Listing Authority (UKLA)
Sourcebook, which contains the Listing Rules and Guidance Manual,
came into effect on...
MN Hamilton –v- Mohamed Al Fayed: Court of Appeal: 17 May
The Courts have an ambivalent attitude towards
those who fund litigation but are not...
In the announcement of the review of non-executive directors last
month, Derek Higgs commented:
"…it is clearly
essential that the right people play...
Mrs Lambeth complained that the trustee of the University of
York Pension Fund and her employer, the University of York, failed
Until the 31st May 2002,
businesses trading across Europe which became insolvent found
themselves subject to a variety of different approaches from the
The fact that the pursuer (claimant) could have
proceeded to adjudication to recover sums due to it did not prevent
the Court granting an interim injunction...
On 14 May 2002 the Government published its second annual report on
corporate social responsibility ("CSR"). It sets out the
Government's strategy to...
Inland Revenue Commissioners v Hashmi
and another, decided in the Court of Appeal
on 3rd May 2002, considered the issue of whether under
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