Partitions and vacant possession

David Sawtell and Erol Topal consider the implications of Riverside Park for landlords and tenants with a break clause requiring vacan

‘Mid-tier’ firms urged to rethink business strategy

Ramp-up market research to boost long term profits, advise

Pre-action conduct in commercial disputes

The introduction of the pre-action protocol has significantly reduced the prospect of being ‘ambushed’ by proceedings in Northern Ireland, explains Amand

Lies, damned lies, and collateral

Charlotte Gregory considers fraudulent devices after the Supreme Court’s decision i

The importance of being earnest (in your inspection)

Amy France, James Noble, and Alexandra Townsend-Wheeler highlight some points for practitioners to look out for, including discrepancies in the boundaries of

Online bargains: The disruptors disrupted

Manufacturers are responding to the growth of e-commerce with new distribution agreements that could be regarded as unlawful, suggests Jonatha

Bribery Act 2010: The story so far

The admittedly limited results under the Act so far should not engender any complacency in the commercial world, warns Khawar Quresh