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  • Business Rates

    20 August 2015

    If you own or use commercial premises, the chances are you will be liable to pay business rates.

  • Section 106 Agreements - a note for anyone developing land

    05 August 2015

    When granting planning permission for development, local planning authorities often impose planning obligations on the party promoting the development. These obligations are usually contained in what are known as Section 106 Agreements or Planning Agreements – separate legal agreements that sit alongside the planning permission. Those agreements will, generally, bind the land to which the planning permission relates – so anyone who owns that land will be bound by the obligations.

  • Social Media and Online Issues - Defamation and Privacy

    20 July 2015

    Online publishing via social media is now instant, free and easily accessible. Anyone can publish content without much in the way of control or the input of an in-house legal team to veto high risk content. Such freedom and accessibility raises issues for online publishers who face the possibility of claims of defamation and breach of privacy.

  • Stadium naming rights deals – Top 10 tips

    17 July 2015

    Naming rights deals are one of the most complex forms of sponsorship agreements. This inbrief guide seeks to get rights holders thinking about all the key issues which will need to be included in the agreement, before they negotiate any deal

  • Remuneration in financial services - new rules on deferral and clawback

    29 June 2015

    New rules on deferral and clawback of variable remuneration are set out in a joint policy statement issued by the Prudential Regulation Authority (“PRA”) and the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”). They will apply to variable remuneration awarded for performance periods beginning on or after 1 January 2016.

  • The Law of Privacy

    08 June 2015

    The protection of privacy which embodies our law of confidentiality has become increasingly important. Together with the law of defamation, privacy and confidentiality are vital rights for individuals and corporations, especially when well known figures and celebrities attract so much attention.

  • Online content: risks and rewards

    05 June 2015

    With digital content becoming ever more popular and users becoming more sophisticated, all those involved in the online publishing industry need to be aware of the risks that come with the rewards of digital content.

  • Zero-hours contracts – exclusivity ban now in force

    27 May 2015

    The new government has finally implemented the long-heralded ban on exclusivity clauses in zero-hours contracts. This has been a hot topic for many months, with all of the major political parties including plans to tackle the widespread use of such contracts in their election manifestos.

  • ...a little bit of law - The Private Rented Sector

    19 May 2015

    At its widest, the private rented sector in the UK comprises any property that is privately owned and which is rented to individuals as their principal home.

  • The Bribery Act 2010 and its impact on the advertising industry

    27 April 2015

    It has been called the ‘toughest bribery legislation in the world’ and has been rumoured to spell the end for corporate hospitality, media rebates and the client lunch, but what are the real implications of the Bribery Act 2010 for the advertising industry?

  • How to Protect your Format

    27 April 2015

    This paper is based on that extensive experience, and sets out a number of practical steps that you can take to make the protection of television formats easier for those that have invested substantial time and money in their creation.

  • Résolutions spéciales requises par le Companies Act 2006

    20 April 2015

    Les décisions ci-dessous ne peuvent être passées que par les actionnaires détenant au moins 75% des droits de vote.

  • Contests, games and draws: The UK sales promotion law

    15 April 2015

    The Gambling Act 2005, which came into force on 1st September 2007, includes a number of provisions that impact directly upon the legality of promotional contests, games and draws in the UK. It does not extend to Northern Ireland, however, which can have significant consequences.

  • Protecting your reputation via your legal and regulatory rights

    05 April 2015

    “The exercise of restraint over the media by means of the threat and/or use of all available legal and regulatory mechanisms” - The deinition of Meda Management

  • Digital media in advertising

    03 April 2015

    The growing importance of digital media and digital distribution methods in the advertising industry reflects the significant impact that the digital world has had on society in general over the last 10 years or so. New technology has not only created new ways in which advertising agencies can communicate to the public, but it has also enabled them to implement cheaper, more efficient and more targeted campaigns than was previously possible using solely analogue media and traditional distribution methods.

  • Digital Agencies - A guide to managing legal risk

    03 April 2015

    Agencies need to consider a number of legal and commercial issues when providing digital services to their clients. We outline some of the key legal issues below. However, we are offering new clients a 45 minute initial meeting free of charge to discuss their particular circumstances.

  • Les statuts d une societe anglais

    26 March 2015

    Que vous soyez dirigeant français d’une société anglaise à responsabilité limitée (« limited ») récemment achetée, investisseur intéressé par une prise de participation majoritaire dans une limited ou tout simplement une société française actionnaire majoritaire d’une limited, cet article est fait pour vous ! Il vous permettra de comprendre comment fonctionnent les statuts ou « articles of association » d’une limited, comment les lire et les écueils à éviter…

  • Zero-hours contracts – tackling avoidance

    19 March 2015

    Over the past year, zero-hours contracts have never been far from the headlines and, in the run up to the general election, it seems this issue will continue to be a hot political topic.

  • ...a little bit of law - Data Protection

    01 March 2015

    Personal information collected by organisations in the housing sector, especially by Registered Providers (RPs), is often extremely sensitive. Therefore, the sector must be particularly scrupulous when it comes to data handling.

  • Brussels Regulation (recast): How has it changed?

    20 January 2015

    The Brussels Regulation, which contains the rules governing jurisdiction and enforcement issues in civil and commercial matters for EU member states, has been the subject of an extensive period of review resulting in a recast regulation.

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