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Mills & Reeve LLP | United Kingdom | 28 Oct 2014

With or without prejudice?

What lawyers write - or don't write - at the top of letters and emails can adversely affect their clients or employers. The temptation to put


Mills & Reeve LLP | United Kingdom | 17 Jun 2013

Breathing space for landlords: reclaiming service charges from residential long leaseholders

Where landlords of long residential leases carry out “qualifying works” or enter “long term agreements”, statute imposes requirements on them which


Mills & Reeve LLP | United Kingdom | 14 Dec 2012

Airmic and reserving your rights

Insurers have traditionally used reservations of rights to remove any doubt as to their position with regard to, among other things, a defence to a claim under the express wording of a policy.


Mills & Reeve LLP | United Kingdom | 17 Nov 2011

Animal experiments

The British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection has been successful in its appeal to the First Tier Tribunal (Information Rights) for disclosure of information contained in licences issued to Newcastle University under the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986.


Mills & Reeve LLP | United Kingdom | 26 Sep 2011

New guidance on the disclosure of research information

The Information Commissioner's Office has today published guidance on freedom of information legislation and research information applicable to public authorities in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (there is separate legislation in Scotland).


Mills & Reeve LLP | United Kingdom | 15 Aug 2011

Disclosures to the police

It is well known that organisations have obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998 to keep personal data secure and not to make unwarranted disclosures to third parties.


Mills & Reeve LLP | United Kingdom | 1 Aug 2011

Without prejudice evidence

The fact that the adjudicator had received a without prejudice letter in evidence without the agreement of the defendant did not give rise to a valid claim of apparent bias.


Mills & Reeve LLP | United Kingdom | 30 Jun 2011

The many lessons of Shoesmith

It is hard to imagine a more difficult set of circumstances for a local authority than those explored in last month's Court of Appeal ruling.


Mills & Reeve LLP | United Kingdom | 24 Jun 2011

The dominant purpose test

Very often an insurer will commission reports from an “expert” to assist with their assessment of whether a claim, and how much of it, is covered by the policy.


Mills & Reeve LLP | United Kingdom | 13 Jun 2011

High cost of ignoring due process

Last month's Court of Appeal judgment finds that the then Education Secretary Ed Balls acted unlawfully in removing Sharon Shoesmith from her post as Director of Children's Services, and that Haringey Council also acted unlawfully when it went on to terminate her underlying contract of employment without notice.

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