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IPEC claims: clarification that the legal costs recovery cap of £50K is inclusive of VAT

The only exceptions to the cap on the recovery of legal costs is where a party behaves unreasonably (CPR 45.32) or where ‘Henderson’ exceptional circumstances apply
04 May 2020

New guidance on furlough and pensions: what employers and scheme trustees need to know

The Pensions Regulator has provided clarity on the interaction between pensions and furlough. Additional care must be taken in cases where pay is reduced
04 May 2020

Rural Estates and COVID-19: legal issues in a time of crisis

There are a number of legal issues that may arise for rural estates as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and we set out some of the key ones below
04 May 2020

Press release

Burges Salmon celebrates one-year anniversary in Edinburgh

Burges Salmon celebrates the first anniversary of the launch of its Edinburgh office as the firm continues to demonstrate its commitment to the Scottish market and its long-standing Scottish practice
01 May 2020

Mind the gap: indemnity provisions and pre-completion loss

We take a look at a recent High Court decision and its implications for drafting indemnities in sale agreements. Is the wording 'prior to Completion' sufficient?
01 May 2020

Electronic Communications Code: Ensure you play by the rules!

In its latest Code decision, the Upper Tribunal set a further marker of its expectations relating to the conduct of parties in Code litigation
01 May 2020

ASA rulings point to a proactive regulatory approach during the COVID-19 crisis

While the ASA is adapting its regulatory approach to the COVID-19 crisis, recent rulings show a readiness to act when public health and consumer trust are at stake
30 April 2020

SkyKick: UK High Court issues eagerly anticipated decision

The UK High Court found a number of Sky’s trade marks partially invalid on the grounds of bad faith, but notwithstanding this, SkyKick was still found liable for infringement
30 April 2020

Resolving contractual breaches during COVID-19: Judges call for a 'creative' approach

If you are in a distressed commercial relationship you may be considering litigating. But before you issue that Claim Form, be aware that leading judges are questioning established norms
30 April 2020

What's the ASA's 'beef' with Burger King?

The ASA has banned adverts for Burger King's plant-based ‘Rebel Whopper’ burger. What does this and proposed EU legislation mean for the marketing of plant-based foods?
30 April 2020

COVID-19: Rent support in the REF market

A summary of measures to support rental income levels from COVID-19 and lockdown, including #NationalTimeOut and rent support (such as the Furloughed Space Grant Scheme)
30 April 2020

Publication

Pensions Law Newsletter April 2020

COVID-19 presents an unprecedented challenge for all of us in both our professional and personal lives. This issue of Pensions Law therefore focuses on the impact of COVID-19 on the pensions sector
28 April 2020
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