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An introduction to Blockchain

Blockchain technology is typically associated with cryptocurrencies but it has far more to offer. This article explores what a blockchain is and looks at potential uses.
16 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

Reducing heat emissions: opportunities for businesses

Heat emissions are a key area of focus in the government’s much-awaited Clean Growth Strategy. We consider the key opportunities for businesses in this sector.
13 November 2017

A guide to initial coin offerings

Initial coin offerings (ICOs) have become the latest fintech trend. But what are they? We explain how ICOs work, why investors are so excited and why regulators are so alarmed.
13 November 2017

NEC4 ECC payment mechanism: contractors and project managers beware

Some of the most significant changes in the new NEC4 ECC are to the payment clauses. This article considers some of the key issues which could trip up the unwary.
13 November 2017

Care Quality Commission issues annual State of Care report

Our health and social care team considers the key points from the Care Quality Commission's annual report on health and social care in England.
10 November 2017

Uber loses appeal in worker status case

The EAT has upheld an employment tribunal decision that two Uber drivers were workers, not self-employed contractors, and were therefore entitled to the national minimum wage and paid holiday.
10 November 2017

VAT and DB pension schemes: HMRC review confirms current rules

Current rules about when an employer can recover VAT on services to its DB pension scheme will continue to apply in future alongside other options if suitable in particular cases.
09 November 2017

Are damages available for public procurement breaches?

If public authorities make an error in evaluating a tender, what should the remedy be? UK courts and European courts have different interpretations. Where does this leave authorities and bidders?
09 November 2017

Brexit – the Trade Bill 2017

The government lays down the first steps on the UK's road to independent trade post Brexit, but reveals just how much work there is still to be done.
09 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

UK trading with the world post-Brexit

UK government is outlining how the UK will become an independent global trading nation post-Brexit. For that UK businesses will need new arrangements for trading with the EU and the rest of the world.
08 November 2017
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