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HR Connect: BSavvy about managing misconduct
Is your company a Burges Salmon client? If so, you can take advantage of our free quarterly employment law workshops, which provide a perfect opportunity for informal discussion and knowledge sharing.
28 July 2016
Illegality revisited – how deep does the rot go?
The Supreme Court has revisited the murky waters of the defence of illegality and found that the courts must apply a flexible, public policy test when considering arrangements tainted by illegality.
28 July 2016
MEES: a guide to the minimum energy efficiency standard for commercial buildings
A guide for landlords, investors, developers and lenders on the new legal standard for minimum energy efficiency.
28 July 2016
Brexit and business crime
The UK's fraud and white collar crime regime is partly derived from EU legislation and partly dependent upon EU member state cooperation. We consider the potential impact of Brexit on the regime.
27 July 2016

Publication

LexisPSL – Is the scope for environmental gain on the wane after the referendum result?
With a large amount of environmental legislation in the UK based on EU law what does the referendum result mean for the future of the UK’s environment? Simon Tilling explains.
26 July 2016
FCA publishes findings following its RegTech Call for Input
We take a look at the FCA’s responses, its ambitions for the sector and how these reflect the issues raised during its Call for Input.
26 July 2016
Crown Commercial Service issues new guidance on the use of Contracts Finder
A new Procurement Policy Notice has been published proving further guidance for public bodies, including NHS Trusts, on the use of Contracts Finder.
26 July 2016
Court rules on agreements to maintain farming entitlements
A court has recently ruled on whether agreements designed to maintain a farmer’s right to CAP entitlements fell foul of artificiality rules. 
25 July 2016
Delegate carefully or risk liability
Leigh Day found not to have discharged its duty of care.
25 July 2016
Avoiding fraudsters in property transactions
The scale and sophistication of fraud committed via the internet is growing. Property transactions are very attractive due to the large sums of money which can be syphoned off through one alteration.
25 July 2016
Innovative Farmers
Dr Tom MacMillan of the Soil Association tells us about the Innovative Farmers initiative; a new development in the sector.
25 July 2016
The 25 Year Food and Farming Plan: still waiting...
The publication date of the government's 25 year plan for the British food and farming industry is likely be extended further following the EU referendum result so further patience is required.
25 July 2016
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