New Requirements for Large Businesses to Report on Payment Practices

29 March 2017

Large companies and LLPs will soon have to report on their payment practices for suppliers. The government has now clarified how to assess which companies are subject to the duty, what needs to be reported and when and where the information must be reported.

Keeping skies open after Brexit

29 March 2017

As Article 50 has just been invoked, does an open skies treaty between the UK and the EU matter? What problems may arise during the withdrawal process and what potential solutions are available?

Where an Agreement Fails to Deliver

28 March 2017

The High Court recently reviewed a shipbuilding case that is particularly relevant to parties that enter into long-term agreements or options leaving delivery terms to be agreed.

Supreme Court Removes “Security Blanket”

23 March 2017

The Supreme Court has held that the Court of Appeal had no jurisdiction under the Arbitration Act 1996 or general rules of English procedure to order payment of security as a condition to challenging the recognition and enforcement of a New York Convention award in England.

UK: Employment Insight In-Depth – March 2017

22 March 2017

Can an employer dismiss a long-serving member of staff with an unblemished track record for a one-off act of negligence?

Ultime Novità sul Decreto Romani – Marzo 2017

20 March 2017

La Corte Costituzionale ha dichiarato l’illegittimità costituzionale degli articoli 23, comma 3, e 43, comma 1, del c.d. Decreto Romani. Il presente briefing offre un approfondimento a riguardo.

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