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We select some recent gig economy highlights and assess whether some rebalancing of our employment protection law could be on the way.
7 December 2017

The UK has put life sciences front and centre in its Industrial Strategy, listing it as one of four sectors set to benefit from the first wave of sector deals. Meanwhile negotiations for Brexit continue, with political posturing on both sides, leaving business leaders asking where we will be on 29 March 2019. Will an agreement on a future relationship have been reached, and will there be any kind of transitional arrangement in place?

4 December 2017
Winds of change:  The European Commission has been progressing a Capital Markets Union (CMU) since 2015. The ambitious aims of this flagship project are to deliver growth and stability through deepening capital markets, enhancing investor choice and diversifying financing opportunities for companies beyond bank finance.
30 November 2017
Your update on the charity and social enterprise sector.
29 November 2017
At a time of year when thousands of couples will have enjoyed summer weddings, many others will have chosen to live together without marrying, reflecting a growing trend. However, the legal position of cohabitees on relationship breakdown or death is unlike that of their married or civil partner friends.
29 November 2017
A woman has been jailed for a year for failing to provide honest financial disclosure in litigation relating to her mother’s estate. We explain the case, and the serious consequences of not fully and honestly complying with Court orders.
29 November 2017
The mid-market is the unsung powerhouse of the UK economy: pre-referendum studies forecast that medium sized businesses (MSBs) would be the fastest growing segment of the UK economy over the following three years.
29 November 2017
This article looks at succession planning for business owners, particularly those with a company structure, including the advantages of planning ahead for the future of your business and ensuring consistency between your personal plans, and the structure and constitution of your business.
29 November 2017
“Unfair leasehold practices,” such as doubling ground rents for new build leasehold homes have recently been the subject of much criticism, both in the media and politically.  What, if anything, are the likely implications for conveyancers and their professional indemnity insurers?
24 November 2017
This year the British government announced, in accordance with its clean air plan, it is to ban all new petrol and diesel vehicles from 2040. As a consequence it is anticipated that post 2040 all of the cars on the roads in the UK will be powered by a battery.
22 November 2017
A recent case illustrates how a claimant failing to consider its own conduct can result in costly litigation and criticism from the Judge.
15 November 2017
Insurers often ask about the likely impact of Building Information Modelling (BIM) on the risk environment in the construction industry but there has been no reported case law about it, until now.
15 November 2017
As Brexit negotiations with the EU continue, pressure on the Government grows to secure an early transitional agreement. But what would it look like, and what happens if we don’t get one?
15 November 2017
This judgment highlights the hazards of terminating a contract on the grounds of common law repudiatory breach as opposed to relying on a contractual right of termination. Doing so incorrectly could result in a party finding itself in repudiatory breach.
15 November 2017
A trip to the Court of Appeal illustrates that failure to expressly exclude liability for negligence can lend to uncertainty and litigation.
15 November 2017
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