There haven’t been many dilapidations cases to reach the Court of Appeal in recent years, but South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust V Laindon Holdings Ltd has broken that trend.
The UK Government is seeking to place itself at the forefront of technology for autonomous vehicles.
Emerging companies remain under-represented on Europe’s capital markets despite the introduction of measures to make equity financing more accessible.
France has introduced a draft bill which proposes to establish a new anti-corruption authority, which will have the power to impose administrative sanctions and conduct US-style monitoring of companies’ anti-bribery policies.
On May 25, 2016, Austrian law student Max Schrems issued a press release stating that he has been informed that the Irish Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) is planning to refer a question to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) as to whether the EU model clauses remain a valid data transfer mechanism to the US, given the issues raised by the CJEU in its Schrems v. Facebook ruling last October, on mass surveillance of communication by US intelligence agencies and the lack of legal redress where this is disproportionate for EU data subjects. Such a referral would require the DPC to seek a declaratory judgement in the Irish High Court, which would in turn request a ruling from the CJEU.