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The Effect of Technology on Directors’ Duties

United Kingdom - March 15 2016 A company’s intellectual property, for instance its client databases, can be by far one of its most valuable assets. The increase in the use of...

“PILON pickles”

United Kingdom - August 3 2015 Payments in lieu of notice ("PILON") can solve some problems but in this note I look at some of the pickles that can arise in respect of PILONs...

Is there a right to offend in the workplace?

United Kingdom - January 28 2015 Earlier this month 12 people died at the French satirical magazine when two masked gunmen opened fire on them. The gunmen were offended by the...

Obesity - live long and prosper?

European Union - January 28 2015 65 of the world's population live in countries where being overweight or obese kills more people than being underweight. Obesity has serious adverse...

Make sure you read your small print: traps when selling cars to a consumer

United Kingdom - January 14 2015 Consumers tend to adopt a "laissez-faire" approach to reading the small print when purchasing cars, so a vast amount of legislation has been adopted...