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Responsibility of a parent company for the acts of its subsidiary

United Kingdom - June 12 2017 The Court provided helpful analysis of the circumstances in which a parent company owes a duty of care with regard to operations carried out by its

Full and frank disclosure - how independent is your expert witness?

United Kingdom - June 14 2017 This Court of Appeal judgement considers the admissibility of expert evidence where the expert failed to disclose details of a professional

The FCA issue guidance on the outdated definition of 'durable medium'

United Kingdom - June 7 2017 In recently issued guidance, the FCA has updated the forms of media that can be used to provide certain information to customers, termed 'durable

Exemption clauses have teeth negotiate contracts carefully

United Kingdom - June 2 2017 The Court of Appeal has recently provided guidance on the application of the contra preferentum rule in (1) Persimmon Homes Limited (2) Taylor Wimpey

Health and safety law update, June 2017

United Kingdom - June 9 2017 The new guideline applies to any case where the hearing in either the Magistrates or Crown court is on or after 1 June 2017 regardless of the date of

Election results a mixed bag for retailers

United Kingdom - June 14 2017 The immediate impact of last week’s election was a mixed bag for retailers in the UK, with some share prices falling whilst others were on the up

Even More Challenging Times - 5 More Risks Following The Grant of Planning Permission

United Kingdom - June 14 2017 This post is the second in a two-part series in which we highlight ten areas where the risk of a third party challenge against the grant of planning

Full and frank disclosure - how independent is your expert witness?

United Kingdom - June 14 2017 This Court of Appeal judgement considers the admissibility of expert evidence where the expert failed to disclose details of a professional

Archer: judicial review in the context of statutory tax appeals

United Kingdom - June 13 2017 The High Court's judgment in R (on the application of Archer) v HMRC 2017 EWHC 296 (Admin) is one of a number of recent decisions where it has been

Election result may be a boost for insurers of highly regulated products

European Union, United Kingdom - June 13 2017 The political uncertainty following last week’s general election could in fact be good news for insurers of heavily regulated products, such as