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Shoe meets foot
start-ups looking for angel investment and a plethora of willing investors saw growth companies benefit in 2015.
Are agreements to agree enforceable?
We highlight important lessons for landowners and others negotiating multi-stage contracts from a recent decision of the Court of Appeal.
Giving friendly advice free of charge: are you at risk?
We look at a recent case where an architect offering two long standing friends free advice was found to owe them a duty of care.
Housing and Planning Bill: implications for housing delivery
We review the new measures that will come in to force if the Housing and Planning Bill comes in to force.
Relief for landlords: Court re-confirms the date of landlord’s intention to redevelop when opposing lease renewals
A recent case in the Court of Appeal reconfirms the date of assessment of the landlord’s intention to redevelop.
Online Dispute Resolution: one week in
As of 15 February, consumers in the EU can settle their disputes with EU traders using the new EU Online Dispute Resolution platform.
Here we go again: The Pay TV wholesale must-offer (WMO) obligation – BT appeal to the CAT
Ofcom have raised concerns regarding competition in the pay TV market
A healthy right of review
R (on the application of QSRC Limited v National Health Service Commissioning Board
What happens if a pharmacy is destroyed by an uninsured risk?
Michelle Noble answers some of the most common questions surrounding pharmacies and uninsured risk.