Abstract of glass building

Search results

3010 results

Snapshot

Will a variation of the underlying agreement invalidate a guarantee?

18 December 2017

Will a variation of the underlying agreement invalidate a guarantee?

Read more
Blog

Making made to measure medicine: tailored to suit

Published on 18 December 2017. By Florence Page, Associate

Summary of key points emerging from MHRA guidance on the importance of human factors in the development of new medical devices.

Read more
Snapshot

What amounts to effective service of a notice

18 December 2017

What amounts to effective service of a notice?

Read more
Snapshot

What constitutes the “ordinary and proper course of business”?

18 December 2017

What constitutes the “ordinary and proper course of business”?

Read more
Blog

Trial by Social Media

Published on 18 December 2017. By Matthew Plampton, Trainee Solicitor

In a society filled with instant news and where anyone with an internet connection can publish an opinion, is an objective unbiased jury still achievable?

Read more
Blog

United Biscuits: High Court rejects claims for refunds of overpaid VAT

Published on 18 December 2017. By Nicole Kostic, Senior Associate

In United Biscuits (Pension Trustees) Ltd and another v HMRC [2017] EWHC 2895 (Ch), the High Court held that pension fund management services by non-insurers are standard rated and dismissed the claimant's claim to recover VAT on investment management services for pensions.

Read more
Blog

11 pipers piping: How does MEES differ in Scotland?

Published on 15 December 2017. By Johanna Hall, Senior Associate

It's day eleven of our festive blog series: The origins of the piping pipers may not be firmly rooted in Scotland, but they brought to our minds thoughts of bagpipes, and other things that are found north of the border. The Scottish were first to implement their energy efficiency regulations but now the English and Welsh are not far behind, with MEES coming into force early next year: what will the differences between the systems be?

Read more
Publication

Health and safety update December 2017

14 December 2017

Welcome the the latest edition of our Health and safety update, where we look at the health and safety stories that have recently hit the headlines as well as well as the latest fines and sentences that have been handed down.

Read more
Publication

Subrogated recoveries

Published on 14 December 2017. By Mark Errington, Partner

An accessible reference point to assist insurers in their immediate considerations relating to subrogated recoveries in 15 jurisdictions across Asia and in England and Wales

Read more
Blog

10 Lords a-Leaping

Published on 14 December 2017. By Rhiannon Saunders, Senior Associate

It's day 10 of our blog series: The House of Lords was once the court of last resort for most cases heard in the UK. However, in 2009 those Law Lords leapt into the 21st Century and rebranded themselves as the Supreme Court of Justice.

Read more