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By Henry Arnold
How far can employers dictate what their employees can and cannot say online? As social media is increasingly used by individuals to express views and share information, employees' rights on...
By Stephen Shergold, Helen Bowdren
In the singular pursuit of profit, companies will strive, uncompromisingly, to reduce their cost base. It has been cheap to use raw materials and discard waste.
By Henry Arnold
HMRC has released an updated Check Employment Status for Tax tool (CEST) service.
By Adam Brown
Climate and energy issues are clearly very important to many voters, even if what the parties say on these issues may be unlikely ultimately to be a decisive factor...
By Joseph Altendorff, Joseph Collingwood
Dentons, in partnership with the Kairos Society, has launched "Fully Vested" a new podcast which tackles legal and commercial issues facing founders and investors in the start-up...
By Diego Pol, Judith Aron
The issue of whistleblowing is drawing more and more attention. The media regularly reports on investigations and proceedings triggered by whistleblowers ...
By John Davison, Christian Blackwell
In our previous podcast, we looked at organisational governance arrangements. Central to effective governance is accurate and targeted data and, as we approach 2020
By Jonathan Cantor
The open ended real estate funds market faced its latest challenge this week following the suspension by M&G of its property fund
By Douglas Blyth, Gareth Hale
On 4 December 2019, the UK Supreme Court issued its decision in MacDonald and another as joint liquidators of Grampian MacLennan's Distribution ...
By Roy Pinnock
The 2019 General Election is taking place against a backdrop of real controversy about the nature and the role of Government.
By Claire Maclean
Yes, according to the decision in Dewhurst v Revisecatch & City Sprint. Employment Judge Joffe, sitting alone in the London Central Employment Tribunal,...
By Victoria Albon
With the general election now only one week away, the largest political parties have now launched their manifestos.
By David Collins, Richard Barham, Candice Chapman, Anna Janik
The High Court has recently considered what "careful preparation" of forward-looking projections entails.
By David Collins, Richard Barham, Candice Chapman, Anna Janik
Most cases which come before the courts in connection with the sale and purchase of a company are brought by buyers against sellers.
By David Collins, Richard Barham, Candice Chapman, Anna Janik
This Court of Appeal decision highlights conflicting interpretations of the meaning of "payable" and illustrates how a court will go about resolving the conflict.
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