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Courts clarify the law on main contractors' liability for sub-contractors' negligence - vicarious liability and non-delegable duties

United Kingdom - March 13 2017 Willmott Dixon Construction Limited (Willmott Dixon) was appointed by a property owner as main contractor for works at two properties in Clapham

Do not dismiss those flexible working arrangements

United Kingdom - March 10 2017 In Fidessa Plc v Lancaster UKEAT009316, the EAT considered whether an employee had been unfairly dismissed and subjected to direct and indirect sex

Solicitors' professional negligence: do solicitors guarantee an outcome for the client?

United Kingdom - March 13 2017 Good news for the legal profession - the courts' willingness to limit the scope of solicitors' duties of care shows no sign of diminishing. In the

The NEC4 Suite of Contracts

United Kingdom - March 15 2017 NEC have announced that the next generation of NEC contracts will be published in June 2017. Referred to as the NEC4 suite, the update is an evolution

Common sense prevails as Supreme Court hands down aggregation decision

United Kingdom - March 22 2017 The Supreme Court has today handed down its judgment in AIG Europe Limited (Appellant) v Woodman and others (Respondents). Both insurers and buyers

April 2017 employment law changes

European Union, United Kingdom - March 24 2017 A number of changes to employment law are expected to come into force in April 2017, with the most significant relating to gender pay gap reporting

Common sense prevails as Supreme Court hands down aggregation decision

United Kingdom - March 22 2017 The Supreme Court has today handed down its judgment in AIG Europe Limited (Appellant) v Woodman and others (Respondents). Both insurers and buyers

‘Open Banking’ and HM Treasury’s PSD2 consultation

United Kingdom - March 21 2017 A brave new world for third party providers is advancing in the payment services sector, while UK and EU regulatory initiatives strive to stay abreast

Insurers' exposure on uninsured losses

United Kingdom - March 21 2017 Insurers occasionally fund the defence of claims which include both insured and uninsured elements. In pursuing such cases, insurers and insureds will

A guide to managing underperforming contracts - part 1: turnaround

European Union, United Kingdom - March 21 2017 We live in uncertain times. Over the past year, we have seen the UK voting to leave the EU, the depreciation of sterling, interest rates falling to a