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DAC Beachcroft | United Kingdom | 7 Jun 2019

“I thought it would be therapeutic for my back... Bruv”

Proceedings arose out of a minor incident, which occurred in February 2018 in the car Park on Upper Dean Street in Birmingham. The Defendant was

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Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 30 May 2019

Bird Control and General Licences - what now for Scotland?

Scottish Natural Heritage (“SNH”) announced on 21 May 2019 that they will hold a 12 week consultation about General Licences later this year, seeking

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Anthony Gold | United Kingdom | 29 May 2019

Wales Also Bans Tenant Fees

I have written extensively about the Tenant Fees Act 2019 and its operation in England. However, it only applies in England and not in Wales

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Dechert LLP | United Kingdom | 29 May 2019

Shared parental leave: should employers enhance shared parental leave pay if they enhance maternity pay?

The Court of Appeal has held that, under the equality law of England and Wales, it is not unlawfully discriminatory on the basis of sex for an

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Shoosmiths LLP | United Kingdom | 16 May 2019

Top Tips for Employers: Mental Health Awareness Week

With Mental Health Awareness week taking place this week, it is even more important to maintain good principles of managing mental health in the

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Macfarlanes LLP | United Kingdom | 13 May 2019

Tokenisation of Real Estate: Can I become a landlord with £50?

The barriers to investing in real estate are high; you need a large amount of cash and you need to be able to Lock up that cash for a substantial

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Stephenson Harwood LLP | United Kingdom | 7 May 2019

Юрисдикция английского суда в иностранных спорах: кого охватит его невод?

На протяжении многих лет Англия была ведущим центром международных споров. Иностранные стороны и сейчас часто пытаются судиться в Лондоне. Одним из

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Stephenson Harwood LLP | United Kingdom | 7 May 2019

Jurisdiction of the English Courts over foreign disputes: How wide will the net now be cast?

England has for many years been a leading centre for international disputes, with foreign parties often trying to litigate in London. One of the ways

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Macfarlanes LLP | United Kingdom | 2 May 2019

The wellness trend: is this impacting property investment and lending decisions?

On Wednesday a panel discussion organised by The Association of Real Estate Funds (AREF) considered the impact of the wellness trend on building

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Macfarlanes LLP | United Kingdom | 30 Apr 2019

Hannover SDLT judgment. Game over for corporate property deals?

The judgment in an SDLT case has raised new concerns about the scope of the SDLT general anti-avoidance provision and HMRC’s ability to levy tax on

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