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Bill aims to reduce neighbourly fights over boundary rights

United Kingdom - October 10 2017 Despite the risk and cost, parties in boundary disputes often take their disagreements to court after having become entrenched in their positions

What must employers consider before suspending an employee?

United Kingdom - October 7 2017 We’ve previously warned employers of making knee-jerk reactions to suspending employees and a recent case now shows the consequences. An employee (a

How should hospitality managers and property owners handle property damage caused by guests?

United Kingdom - January 16 2014 In the first instance it is prudent to ensure that insurance cover is in place for the property and liability risks concerned be it a major event to

Employer loses employee to competitor over poorly worded restrictive covenant

United Kingdom - October 11 2017 The Court of Appeal (CA) in the recent case of Egon Zehnder Ltd v Tillman, decided that an employee should not be subject to an injunction restraining

Pre-Action Protocol for debt claims: tips to avoid delays

United Kingdom - October 9 2017 We recently published an article with information about how processing debt claims will change under the new Pre-Action Protocol. The Protocol applies

Directors’ decision-making must accord with its Articles of Association - the Duomatic Principle clarified

United Kingdom - October 13 2017 A recent case shows how a company’s Articles of Association, a document which defines the duties and responsibilities of members, must be adhered to

Employer loses employee to competitor over poorly worded restrictive covenant

United Kingdom - October 11 2017 The Court of Appeal (CA) in the recent case of Egon Zehnder Ltd v Tillman, decided that an employee should not be subject to an injunction restraining

Bill aims to reduce neighbourly fights over boundary rights

United Kingdom - October 10 2017 Despite the risk and cost, parties in boundary disputes often take their disagreements to court after having become entrenched in their positions

Lender Leumi drowns sorrows after losing Cobra Beer discretionary collection fee dispute

United Kingdom - October 9 2017 Leumi ABL has been ordered to repay BHL, which owns Cobra Beer, after the judge found it overcharged them on a receivable finance agreement. Within

Pre-Action Protocol for debt claims: tips to avoid delays

United Kingdom - October 9 2017 We recently published an article with information about how processing debt claims will change under the new Pre-Action Protocol. The Protocol applies