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Pitfalls of drafting limitation clauses

United Kingdom - February 10 2017 This interesting case is a reminder of some of the pitfalls that can arise when drafting limitation clauses in a contract and highlights the need for

Insurance coverage: is there a double duty on insureds in notifying claims to insurers?

United Kingdom - February 13 2017 One of the early issues insurers address when they are notified of a claim is the extent to which there are grounds for avoidance arising from failure

FCA publishes MiFID 2 application guide

United Kingdom - February 13 2017 3 January 2018, the implementation date for the MiFID 2 package, may still seem quite a time away. However, national laws transposing key measures

Health and safety sentencing - a chink of light for defendants?

European Union, United Kingdom - February 10 2017 In the recent decision, Regina v MJ Allen Holdings Ltd 2016 EWCA Crim 2142, the Court of Appeal reduced the starting point for a fine in a health

Rolls-Royce: Corruption and the DPA

United Kingdom - February 16 2017 On 17 January 2017 the Serious Fraud Office announced the conclusion of the first milestone in its four year investigation into criminal conduct

Court of Appeal decision on plumber's employment status flushes out the issues

United Kingdom - February 17 2017 In Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and another v Smith 2017 EWCA Civ 51, the Court of Appeal considered whether a plumber engaged by Pimlico Plumbers Ltd

Rolls-Royce: Corruption and the DPA

United Kingdom - February 16 2017 On 17 January 2017 the Serious Fraud Office announced the conclusion of the first milestone in its four year investigation into criminal conduct

Trump administration's perception in the UK

European Union, United Kingdom, USA - February 16 2017 It’s fair to say that Donald Trump’s surprise victory in the US Election in November was not universally welcomed. In the UK, it was widely reported

The importance of the retainer and the professional's scope of duty

United Kingdom - February 15 2017 The court considered whether a pensions adviser owed a duty to review advice given by a previous adviser in the case of Denning v Greenhalgh Financial

FCA publishes MiFID 2 application guide

United Kingdom - February 13 2017 3 January 2018, the implementation date for the MiFID 2 package, may still seem quite a time away. However, national laws transposing key measures