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Investment consultancy probe: FCA makes first market investigation referral to CMA

The FCA has referred the investment consultancy market to the CMA for an in-depth review. This is the first time the FCA has used its powers to make such a reference.
29 September 2017

The Neighbourhood Planning Act 2017 – CPO compensation and procedural changes

The Neighbourhood Planning Act 2017 contains a number of provisions relevant to compulsory acquisition. This article looks at the changes that were brought into operation on 22 September 2017.
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

Employment contract jurisdiction: where does an employee habitually work?

What determines the jurisdiction of employment contracts where employees work in multiple countries? The ECJ has given its decision in a case concerning mobile workers in the air transport sector.
28 September 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

VAT on the conversion of partly non-residential buildings

Subject to any further appeals, zero-rating for VAT purposes will not apply to the sale of new dwellings that are created from the non-residential and residential parts of the original building.
28 September 2017

Will landlords have to police tobacco duty evasion by tenants?

One of the more unlikely government consultations this year has been the one proposing that landlords should take responsibility for preventing tobacco and other excise duty evasion at let property.
28 September 2017

European Commission publishes its post-Brexit stance on data protection

The European Commission's position paper on data protection and information flows suggests that Britain needs to abide by EU data protection laws or destroy personal data gathered prior to Brexit.
27 September 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Infineon on strategic investment in XMOS

The investment by Infineon will strengthen its expertise in voice-controlled human machine interfaces.
26 September 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon broadcasts BBC appointment

Burges Salmon is now responsible for all UK and EU trade mark applications and registrations for the BBC and BBC Worldwide.
21 September 2017

A cure for "subsidy addiction"?

A review of subsidies to farming post-Brexit may also result in a review of all the benefits farmers receive, including tax relief. The issues will be wider and more complicated than some may think.
21 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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