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Who pays for flooding?

The costs of flood damage and lost productivity from flooded property and farms will be ranked in £Billions.
18 February 2014


Private Client Briefing ; Winter 2013/2014

Our latest update on the topical issues and legal developments for private clients.
14 January 2014

Big change and great opportunity ahead for Farming in Oxford Farming Conference Report

Our leading agricultural lawyers believe that the report 'Opportunity Agriculture – the next decade towards a sustainably competitive industry' presents some hard-hitting but positive messages.
06 January 2014

New regulations on country of origin labelling for meat products

New EU Regulations will introduce stringent packaging and traceability requirements for fresh and frozen meat products from 1 April 2015.
18 December 2013

Shrimp cartel fined by European Commission

On 27 November 2013 the European Commission announced that it has found four North Sea shrimp traders guilty of operating an illegal price fixing cartel. 
29 November 2013

The valuation of partnership assets on dissolution

Our Food, Farming and Land team considers the recent case of Ham v Ham & another - and why is critical that thought is given and agreements reached before business relationships breaks down.
20 November 2013


New EU State aid rules for agriculture and forestry sectors

Our State Aid team examines key changes the European Commission has recently published in a draft block exemption regulation for financial support to the agriculture, forestry and rural sectors.
13 November 2013


Age, Partnerships and Undue Influence

A partner forced or coerced into putting valuable personal property into a partnership may be able to convince a court to dissolve that partnership to retrieve some or all of the value.
19 September 2013


Food, Farming and Land Quarterly ; Summer 2013

The latest edition of Food, Farming and Land Quarterly, discussing current issues in the sector.
06 September 2013

What did Tesco get wrong?

Tesco has been fined £300,000 and ordered to pay £65,000 in costs after it was found to have run a “false and misleading” promotion on strawberries.
21 August 2013

Budget more exasperation than aspiration for the farming community

Proposed changes to the way in which restrictions on the deductibility of certain debts for inheritance tax (IHT) purposes are dealt with could have an impact on farm borrowings.
14 August 2013

Supreme Court rules on ‘use by’ dates

A landmark ruling by the Supreme Court on 31 July has clarified food labelling and ‘use by’ date rules for retailers.
12 August 2013
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