Commercial Client Articles

False Claims on a CV – What to Do

According to research by the Risk Advisory Group, more than half of CVs submitted by job applicants contain lies or inaccuracies. These range from gaps...

Retirement Planning and Your Business

It is arguable that the whole point of any business should be to enable the owners to retire when they want and with the lifestyle...

Remedies for Breach of Contract

Having the right contract is always a good idea, but no matter how much protection it offers, no contract can prevent a breach of contract...

The New Insolvency Regime

In September 2003, the insolvency provisions of the Enterprise Act 2002 came into force, bringing in a new regime for dealing with insolvencies. The main...

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Commercial Client News

Mother Suffered Discrimination After Part-Time Return From Maternity LeaveJune 7, 2017

The Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful to discriminate against or treat a woman unfavourably because of her pregnancy, or because she has given birth...

Engineers Must Pay for Defective Design of Seaside Storm CulvertJune 6, 2017

Contract arbitrators' decisions are meant to be final and challenging them is always an uphill struggle. This point was illustrated by one case in which...

Engineers Must Pay for Defective Design of Seaside Storm CulvertJune 6, 2017

Contract arbitrators' decisions are meant to be final and challenging them is always an uphill struggle. This point was illustrated by one case in which...

Engineers Must Pay for Defective Design of Seaside Storm CulvertJune 6, 2017

Contract arbitrators' decisions are meant to be final and challenging them is always an uphill struggle. This point was illustrated by one case in which...

Council Obliged to Give Reasons for Approving Stadium DevelopmentJune 1, 2017

There is no statutory requirement for local authorities to give reasons for granting planning consent. However, an important Court of Appeal case concerning a football...

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