Practice Notes: Commercial

Law Society rejects calls for ‘misleading’ price publication

Narrow focus on price could potentially damage clients' ability to make informed choices, says Chancer

25 Aug 2016

Small businesses are being ‘priced out of court’

The government's court fee hike begins to bite with 50 per cent drop in value and number o

23 Aug 2016

The optics of redeveloping property

Laura Checkley and Katie de Kauwe consider a landlord's right to develop versus a company's right t

23 Aug 2016

Arguing the ‘serious and imminent danger’ of Zika

Lavinia Randall considers whether an employer can require their staff to travel to an area affected by the Zik

17 Aug 2016

A judgment reflecting 
the modern world

Following the landmark decision in Software Incubator, software agents are now entitled to statutory protection under the Commercial Agents Regulations, wr

15 Aug 2016

Byron: Illegal working and employers’ duties

Paul McAleavey considers employers' competing legal obligations to prevent illegal working while also maintaining the trust and confidence of thei

15 Aug 2016

Provisions on services contracts in the CRA 2015

Chris Willett considers new provisions of the Consumer Rights Act 2015 relating to services, covering pre-contractual information and ne

15 Aug 2016

Uber: Self-employed and worker status

The decision on the employment status and subsequent rights available to Uber drivers could have far-reaching implications for UK businesses, explain Orla

11 Aug 2016

Protecting conversations between employer and employee

The difference between without prejudice privilege and the protection afforded by section 111A of the Employment Rights Act 1996 is significant, explains S

10 Aug 2016

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