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How to stay on the right side of UK anti-bribery legislation

We explain how to help the waste industry get the right policies in place to deal with the strict liability regime under the UK's Bribery Act 2010.
22 November 2016

Fiduciaries, forfeiture and profit share

We look at the recent case of Hosking where a retiring LLP member was forced to forfeit significant profit share due to breaches of his fiduciary obligations.
16 November 2016

What's the point of a written signature?

Signing contracts is pretty clunky. With fax machines relegated to basements and smart phones taking over the world, are e-signatures seeing an increasing (re)rise to prominence?
10 November 2016

Brexit judgment: parliament is sovereign

The judgment in the first legal challenge to Brexit in the English and Welsh courts has been handed down today (3 November 2016).
03 November 2016

Bribery, bungs and back-handers: football agents, managers and criminal liability

This article explores the potential criminal offences committed by managers, agents and connected parties.
28 October 2016

Is whistleblowing in sport fit for purpose? Part 1 – the current picture

This two-part article explores whether the existing cultures and regimes of whistleblowing in sport are fit for purpose. Part 1 below explains the importance of whistleblowing in sport.
17 October 2016

Raising the Standard: ISO standard for anti-bribery controls

This briefing looks at the draft standard and how it may help in being able to demonstrate “adequate procedures” under the Bribery Act 2010.
30 September 2016

Costs in adjudication: can you recover using the Late Payment Act?

Does the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 provide a way of claiming costs in adjudication? The recent case of Lulu v Mulalley has reignited debate.
28 September 2016

Is domestic arbitration set for a resurgence?

Domestic arbitration has been overtaken by adjudication and the efficiency of the TCC. With uncertainty over Brexit and the increased cost of litigation is arbitration set for resurgence?
28 September 2016

Public procurement: when is a development agreement not a public works contract?

A review of R (Faraday Development Ltd) v West Berkshire Council and another which offers guidance on how development agreements can be structured to fall outside the scope of public procurement law.
22 September 2016

The Serious Fraud Office has its second deferred prosecution agreement approved

The SFO has had its second DPA approved in respect of an offence under the Bribery Act 2010. This DPA sheds further light onto how such agreements are likely to work in the future.
25 August 2016


New F1 Regulations attempt to inject some competition

Thomas Webb summarises the recently announced changes to the Formula One Grand Prix regulations for 2017 and explores their potential impact on the smaller teams and the sport in general.
24 August 2016

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