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.
The FCA has published a webpage setting out a consultancy firm’s findings following research into the nature and scale of de-risking in the UK.
The thing about referendums is that the consequences of one outcome or another are likely to be rather disparate.
The UK Department for Culture, Media and Sport recently released a statement on cyber security, in which it urged businesses to take better care to protect against cyber criminals.
The UK government has announced its intention to increase the maximum custodial sentence for online copyright infringement from two years to ten years.
What Measures Are in Place (or Proposed) in the UK to Address Gender Pay Inequality in the Workplace?
Despite a longstanding prohibition on gender discrimination, on average, woman still earn less than men in the UK.
Today, after more than four years of debate, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, or the Regulation) enters into force.
The law of compulsory purchase and compensation was introduced at the start of the industrial revolution to aid the construction of railways and canals.