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Bad news for interventionist shareholders – three decisions in favour of the company

When minority shareholders are at loggerheads with the company, tough decisions often have to be made in short timescales and the relationship can quickly become poisonous.
16 May 2014

Where a right of way should be accessed

15 May 2014

Criminal squatters can still claim title to residential property

The High Court in Best v The Chief Land Registrar decided that did not prevent the squatter from applying to register title to a house acquired by adverse possession of more than 12 years. Why?
15 May 2014

Disabled passenger access to the rail network

On 28 March 2014, the 'Office of Rail Regulation' published findings from its research on disabled travellers’ awareness of the assistance available when travelling by rail.
08 May 2014

FCA hits brokers again over anti-bribery failings

Lloyd's broker Besso Ltd joins Aon, Willis and JLT Specialty in being fined by the FCA for anti-bribery systems and controls failings, as part of the FCA's continued targeted enforcement.
29 April 2014


Captive insurance

We take a closer look at the meaning of captive insurance and the different forms in which it can be structured. Why consider using captive insurance? What are the risks?
29 April 2014


Financial Services Series ; Issue 7

Welcome to this issue of our Financial Services Series where we look at reviews used by the Financial Conduct Authority to investigate risks which may affect a wider market.
29 April 2014

Court proceedings may cost you confidentiality in your documents

Commercial parties invariably place a higher value on the confidentiality of their documents than courts appear willing to tolerate. Expect at least some erosion of confidentiality in your documents.
25 April 2014

How do an exclusion clause and a workshare arrangement fit together?

What is the nature of the dispute that arose in relation to IT and business process services provided to the DVLA by IBM.
24 April 2014

Getting evidence from third parties – how far can you go?

Can third parties be made to provide private documents?
08 April 2014

When a contract requires you to be commercially reasonable, what do you have to do?

The basic principle that contracting parties do not automatically (ie without express contractual words) owe each other an obligation to act reasonably is still true in most cases.
01 April 2014


Current insurance law reform

Many of the harsher features of insurance law are in the process of being reformed. We take a look at proposals of particular interest to businesses purchasing insurance.
31 March 2014

The Burges Salmon blog

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