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What happens when a football match gets abandoned?

United Kingdom - May 18 2015 On 14 May 2015 the Football League announced that the abandoned match between Blackpool and Huddersfield Town on 2 May 2015 has been decided as a 0-0

Government sets out details of new data protection legislation

United Kingdom - August 7 2017 The Government has today published a Statement of Intent setting out details of the forthcoming Data Protection Bill. Matt Hancock MP, the Digital

Is it game over for ground rent?

United Kingdom - August 1 2017 Government proposals to change the rules on ground rent could hit developers hard. Recent Government proposals intend to put a stop to new build

Contractors and Insurers beware - Contractor found to bear the risk of an incorrect standard as fitness for purpose prevails in the Supreme Court

United Kingdom - August 3 2017 This morning the Supreme Court handed down its much anticipated judgment in MT Højgaard AS v E.ON Climate & Renewables UK Robin Rigg East Limited and

Who has to sign a s106 agreement?

United Kingdom - August 2 2017 The question of who needs to sign a s106 agreement can be a bone of contention between applicants and local planning authorities. Opposing views can

Erith v Murphy: oral contracts and knowing who you are contracting with

United Kingdom - August 15 2017 In Erith Holdings Limited v Murphy (2017 EWHC 1364 (TCC)) the High Court held that an oral contract for waste removal services had been entered into

PSR issues public censure on payment system operator

United Kingdom - August 15 2017 The Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) has recently announced its first enforcement outcome, as it issued a public censure against a payment system

Challenge to SRA intervention rejected

United Kingdom - August 11 2017 Suspicion of wrongdoing in law firms gives rise to diffcult judgments. On 28 July 2017 Mr Justice Newey dismissed an application by a boutique city

Avoid getting in a spin: Lessons for managing future Registered Designs cases - Spin Master Limited v PMS International Group 2017 EWHC 1477

United Kingdom - August 9 2017 It is relatively rare for a case management conference ("CMC") to be of sufficient interest to be the subject of an article. However, these

Could 'clickstream data' put firms' websites in the spotlight?

United Kingdom - August 8 2017 The FCA haslooked athow visitors to an investment platform's website engage with information about charges, by collecting data about which pages