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Landlords – Children Count Too!July 9, 2018

When a landlord appealed against his prosecution for breaking a planning enforcement notice with regard to a house in multiple occupation (HMO) he owns, he...

Disability Discrimination – An Expectation to Work Long HoursJuly 1, 2018

In United First Partners Research v Carreras, an employee who had returned to work after he was injured in a cycling accident claimed that a...

Software Company Fails to Lock Out CustomerJune 19, 2018

One aspect of intellectual property (IP) rights that is often not given much thought, but which can be extremely important indeed, is what happens when...

Faulty Electrics Necessitate Lease InterpretationJune 11, 2018

Many commercial leases provide that the formal document represents the entirety of the agreement, superseding any prior agreements that may have been reached. An important...

Bullied Transgender Shop Assistant Wins CompensationMay 22, 2018

There can really be no excuse for a modern employer not to have in place comprehensive anti-discrimination policies that are fully understood by all workers....

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Commercial Articles

Limited Liability Partnerships: Procedures and Guide

Limited liability partnerships (LLPs) were first introduced in April 2001 and are becoming an increasingly popular way of structuring a business, especially with professional practices. The...

Making Retention of Title Work

Prior to the recession, Retention of Title (RoT) clauses probably received less attention than they should have from many businesses. However, RoT is now back...

Making Training Costs Tax Deductible

Most business owners and managers think that training costs aimed at improving skills or business profits automatically qualify for tax relief, but that is not necessarily...

Making Waivers of Dividends Work

When a company is set up, it is common to divide the shares in it in approximately equal proportions amongst the subscribers. Whether or not...

Money Laundering Regulations

Money laundering is the process by which criminals turn their 'dirty' income – which is usually earned in cash – into 'clean' money, by undertaking...

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