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A code that lacks strength

A code that lacks strength

The reach of the new commercial lease code will be limited by the ability of landlords to opt out selectively, says John Martin
Music to their ears

Music to their ears

Victoria Handley explains what the new noise regulations mean for the entertainment industry and how best to address hearing loss
Update: employment

Update: employment

Sue Ashtiany considers the scope of employment contracts, victimisation, and the first case on information and consultation before the EAT
Reality television

Reality television

Justin Michaelson and Adam Pollack consider whether the recent media phone-in scandals may encourage greater use of British “class action”
Update: wills, probate and trusts

Update: wills, probate and trusts

Catherine McAleavey on appointing replacement executors and joint accounts, with Catherine Sanders on possession and retiring trustees
Look before you sign on the line

Look before you sign on the line

If you sign cheques make sure that you limit the number of signatories . In a recent fraud investigation, a long serving accounts clerk used seven different signatories to sign petty cash cheques on a rotational basis.
Topping up the piggy

Topping up the piggy

Unless we can predict our death, corporate pension provision remains the best option for employers and employees, says Robin Ellison
Seeing red

Seeing red

Will the first case in favour of a bank stem the flow of complaints against penalty charges for unauthorised overdrafts, asks Richard Lawson
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