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Divisional Managing Partner of Construction, Real Estate and Disputes
The Art Net quotes Petra Warrington on how the Charities Act will impact restitution cases
A new law will give national museums significantly more power to deaccession works and make progress on restitution cases.
Swiss/UK secondments – the basics
A short guide to the key requirements to second workers from Switzerland to the UK and from the UK to Switzerland.
The Mail Online quotes David Gregory on the mini budget and changes to the real estate industry
"This is a step in the right direction, but further support for existing occupiers may be needed..."
The Financial Times quotes Paul Stone on Ofcom's probe into competition and big tech in the cloud market
"The probe may act as a catalyst for a full-blown market investigation..."
Back to the office or quietly quitting?
Quiet quitting is where employees choose to do the minimum amount of work.
Limitation & the worthwhile test
When does time start to run for deliberate concealment claims? An insight into a Court of Appeal ruling which answers this question.
Paul Stone provides comment for City AM on the record fine against Google over Android phones
"This decision is a symbolic victory”
City AM quotes Paul Stone on the lawsuit facing Google re: anticompetitive conduct in the digital advertising market
"the lawsuits are a 'mirror image' of ongoing investigations by the CMA..."
FT Ignites Europe quotes Nick Hurley on quiet quitting in the asset management industry
"I cannot see any employers embracing quiet quitting as a concept. Most companies will see it as something to reduce or eliminate"
Jonathan Morley discusses the 'huge growth' in Gloucestershire driven by private capital for SoGlos
"Private investors are watching Gloucestershire closely and willing to invest in its businesses..."
The Grocer quotes Jamie Cartwright on the Celia Marsh inquest and allergen action
“Natasha’s Law responded to a perceived lack of accessible information on ingredients for consumers on the product itself..."
London’s role in the growing UK Life Sciences sector
Mark Kildea, Howard de Walden’s Chief Executive and Cara Imrailo discuss Life Sciences opportunities in London
Property Patter: The Notorious ESG?
ESG is everywhere.
Lesley O'Leary writes for The Law Society Gazette on law firm strategy
‘You need to have a frank discussion about the things that matter to clients’
Melanie Tomlin explains the measure of damages recoverable in defects claims for Building Magazine
Essential law: Defects, part four
The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme
The aim of the scheme is to help organisations identify energy efficiency savings, to support and increase good energy management.
Aidan Welton writes for P3 Pharmacy on property considerations before selling a pharmacy business
There’s lots to consider ahead of time if you’re planning the sale of your pharmacy business...
Melania Constable writes for Property Week on restructuring in the property sector
It is anticipated this judgment may open the gates to further uptake of RPs in the property sector...
Megan Paul writes for People Management on how business can help stamp out modern slavery in its supply chains
Stamping out modern slavery: how can HR help?
Matt Foster and Dhara Shah write for Family Law Journal on child abduction: theory versus reality
Child abduction: theory versus reality