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Adjudication reinstated as a tool for liquidators following Supreme Court judgment

Liquidators welcome the Supreme Court judgment in Bresco v Lonsdale, which confirms that the right to refer disputes to Adjudication remains unfettered
09 July 2020

Important landowner success in Rees v Earl of Plymouth

Landlords’ rights of entry should be interpreted sensibly and in context - a significant decision supporting landlords’ rights of access on tenanted land
01 July 2020

Government publishes COVID-19 Code of Practice for Commercial Property Relationships

Key points from the new Code of Practice for the commercial property sector published by the government in response to COVID-19
22 June 2020

Artificial Intelligence and the Boardroom Risk

Artificial Intelligence (AI) promises to deliver huge economic rewards. In doing so, however, it creates a new risk profile for businesses to manage
19 June 2020

UK Global Tariff: customs duty and cash flow

This article looks at practical Brexit planning considerations for businesses likely to be affected by customs duties and their potential impact on cash flow
17 June 2020

No damages where defendant does not know that use of confidential information is “misuse”

When seeking damages for misuse of confidential information, claimants must show that the defendant knew that they were not authorised to use the relevant information
10 June 2020

Procurement Challenges: High Court reiterates the importance of getting limitation right

A recent High Court decision has reiterated the importance of challenging procurement decisions at the right time: Riverside Truck Rental Limited v Lancashire County Council
26 May 2020

Russell Adams v Carey Pensions: What does it mean for SIPP operators?

We review the long awaited judgment and give our view on the key takeaways for SIPP operators and potential areas for future regulatory development as a result
26 May 2020

Understanding rules of origin for the food and drink industry

Following the UK Government’s newly published post-Brexit tariff regime, we take a look at the impact of rules of origin in trade agreements and what food and drink businesses can do to prepare
22 May 2020

Amazon not liable for mere storage of grey market perfumes

In Coty v Amazon the CJEU has ruled on warehouse provider and e-commerce platform liability for trade mark infringement in the EU

21 May 2020

Government guidance on contractual breaches during COVID-19

Government guidance urges all contracting parties to 'act responsibly and fairly' in the interests of the wider market when dealing with difficulties in delivering existing contracts
14 May 2020

COVID-19: Current challenges facing food businesses

Food businesses are identifying innovative ways to allow them to continue to trade. In doing so, they must maintain compliance with their legal obligations
05 May 2020
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