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Fourth Money Laundering Directive tightens AML rules requirements

The Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive came into force in June 2015 and will modify and extend customer due diligence requirements, reinforcing risk-based approaches to money laundering risks.
04 November 2015

Landlord's right to forfeit versus tenant's administration pre-pack assignment

In September 2014 administrators were appointed over Strada restaurants (trading under SSRL Realisations Limited). The restaurant was tenant of a unit in a shopping centre in Bloomsbury.
04 November 2015


Modern Slavery Act 2015 - Guidance on how to comply with the Reporting Requirement

“Transparency in Supply Chains etc: A Practical Guide” is the new Statutory Guidance on Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. This briefing explores how your organisation can comply.
30 October 2015


Crossing the bridge from 'mind sport' to 'real sport'

James Pheasant explains the significance of the latest High Court ruling on whether bridge should be defined as a sport. This article was first published on Lexis®PSL Public Law in October 2015.
22 October 2015

Bidding for sporting eligibility: a glance at Bridge's hand

The English Bridge Union has taken legal action against Sport England, after it refused to recognise the card game as a sport.
14 October 2015


Alternative Dispute Resolution for disputes initiated by consumers

Consumers sometimes have difficulty getting redress for unsatisfactory goods or services, particularly when buying online. Alternative Dispute Resolution is less formal, slow and costly than court.
13 October 2015


ORR issues new guidance for complaints handling procedures

Following ORR’s call for consultation responses in relation to new Guidance for Complaints Handling Procedures, ORR have written to stakeholders about the outcome and published new Guidance for CHPs.
09 October 2015

Judge refuses to revisit judgment because evidence was missed out of the court papers

When evidence is inadvertently left out of the papers put before the court, can the judge revisit the judgment when the missing material comes to light?
06 October 2015

Limitations on the scope for banks to identify the mistaken recipients of bank transfers

When a bank’s mistake leads to the wrong person receiving a transfer of money, a ‘Norwich Pharmacal’ order can be used to identify them.
01 October 2015

Widespread errors in European procurement should lead to EU funds being withheld

There were errors in 40 per cent of the public procurement processes used to distribute EU budget funds in 2007-2014.
24 September 2015


Reduced possibility of aggregation of claims by solicitors' insurers

We overview the High Court's clarification of the aggregation clause in the Solicitors’ Minimum Terms and Conditions of professional indemnity insurance and why this may relieve many solicitors.
21 September 2015

Reduction in the extent to which safety law applies to self-employed people

From 1 October 2015, the scope of self-employed persons subject to the duty set in section 3 of the HSWA will be amended by the Deregulation Act 2015.
15 September 2015

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