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Unexplained Wealth Orders: what you need to know

Unexplained Wealth Orders are now in force, requiring individual suspects of serious crime to explain the source of their wealth.
30 January 2018

Government procurement prepares for GDPR

Public authorities and bidders need to be aware of how data protection changes introduced by GDPR will affect public procurement. 
03 January 2018

Plans afoot for English-speaking commercial courts in Europe post-Brexit

A summary of developments in the EU to establish English-language litigation centres following Brexit.
11 December 2017

Can you rely on the Law Society to “Find a Solicitor”?

Whether (or not) the Law Society owes solicitors and members of the public a duty of care when they use the "Find a Solicitor" website database will be the subject of a public trial.
24 November 2017

Manifest error case dismissed after seven year procedural history

The case of R (Hersi & Co Solicitors) v Lord Chancellor has finally been decided, seven years after judicial review proceedings were first issued in the Administrative Court.
16 November 2017

Food fraud: how will Brexit affect fraud in the food supply chain?

The rules around food safety and labelling requirements are clear and robust. Problems arise, however, on both an EU and a UK scale when it comes to dealing with fraud in the food supply chain.
09 November 2017

Limiting liability for misrepresentation: key issues and practical points

Contractual clauses limiting liability for misrepresentation have stood up to scrutiny. There are practical steps parties can take to minimise the risk of claims for misrepresentation against them.
06 November 2017

Understanding the scope of your insurance cover

A recent court decision emphasises the importance for policyholders of understanding the impact of exclusions in their policies.
01 November 2017

Companies take note: payment practice and modern slavery update

This article provides a summary of new government guidance on both the duty of large companies to report on their payment practices and the duty to provide an annual Modern Slavery statement.
30 October 2017

Alternative dispute resolution: a failure to mediate can be very costly

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) must always be considered. The case of Thakkar v. Patel [2017] highlights the strict penalties that could result from a failure to mediate.
28 September 2017

Construction disputes in complex projects: getting your dispute resolution procedure right

Complex projects raise a number of difficulties when it comes to dispute resolution. What are the key considerations and how can you best address these in your dispute resolution procedure?
28 September 2017

What do the government's position papers say about Brexit options?

Commentary on government position papers in respect of Enforcement and Dispute Resolution and Providing a Cross-Border Judicial Co-operative Framework during and after Brexit.
19 September 2017
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