Commercial Client News

Capital Allowances ReminderMarch 8, 2012

31 March is a common year-end for companies and, with that in mind, companies are reminded that to qualify for Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) relief,...

Capital Allowances ReminderMarch 8, 2012

31 March is a common year-end for companies and, with that in mind, companies are reminded that to qualify for Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) relief,...

Internet Sales Ban Breaches Competition LawMarch 7, 2012

A French firm that manufactures cosmetics and requires them to be sold only in a physical space and when a qualified pharmacist is present has...

Internet Sales Ban Breaches Competition LawMarch 7, 2012

A French firm that manufactures cosmetics and requires them to be sold only in a physical space and when a qualified pharmacist is present has...

Tenant Pays Price for Incomplete PaperworkFebruary 29, 2012

The wisdom of making sure that agreements are finalised in good time and not left hanging in abeyance is illustrated by a recent case. It involved...

Tenant Pays Price for Incomplete PaperworkFebruary 29, 2012

The wisdom of making sure that agreements are finalised in good time and not left hanging in abeyance is illustrated by a recent case. It involved...

Tenant Pays Price for Incomplete PaperworkFebruary 29, 2012

The wisdom of making sure that agreements are finalised in good time and not left hanging in abeyance is illustrated by a recent case. It involved...

OFT Rejects Predatory Pricing ClaimFebruary 27, 2012

When a company engages in below-cost pricing or other ‘predatory’ practices, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) is often called upon to investigate. Where anti-competitive...

OFT Rejects Predatory Pricing ClaimFebruary 27, 2012

When a company engages in below-cost pricing or other ‘predatory’ practices, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) is often called upon to investigate. Where anti-competitive...

Adjudicator’s Decision Not Violation of Natural JusticeFebruary 21, 2012

When an adjudicator in a construction dispute gives a ruling, the decision can only be appealed on a limited number of grounds. One of these...