Monthly Archives: November 2014

Take no notice

  In the recent judgment in Telchadder –v- Wickland Holdings Limited [2014] UKSC57 the Supreme Court provided important guidance on the steps site owners should take before issuing court proceedings against a resident to gain possession of a pitch. The … Continue reading

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Does What it Says on the Biscuit Tin

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is the UK’s independent regulator for advertising across all media; and as such adjudicates on what is and is not acceptable in terms of advertising. The ASA has today issued new guidance to video bloggers … Continue reading

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Off-Road Tactics with Chinese IP Infringement

Intellectual Property (IP) is an exceptionally valuable asset to many businesses, and by no means least to the car manufacturing industry. The Range Rover Evoque was launched by Jaguar Land Rover with a price tag ranging from around £30k -£50k, … Continue reading

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Weighing the balance between commercial agency and employment

In the first three articles in this series we looked at the history of commercial agency and the definition of a commercial agent.  We then looked at the contrasting positions on termination, and finally turned to a comparison of the … Continue reading

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The Final Case of Sherlock Holmes

On November the 3rd this year, one of the longest-running adventures of famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes was finally put to rest. Holmes is surely among the most famous and popular characters in the literary canon, a fact that was … Continue reading

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When and how can existing Civil Partnerships be converted to Marriage?

The latest figures available show that there are 60,454 civil partnerships currently registered in the UK. Same-sex couples who are thinking of solidifying their relationship can now choose to do so with either a civil partnership or a civil marriage, … Continue reading

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Bradford City FC Community Foundation – More than just a football club

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As a passionate Bradford City FC fan it is hard to forget the Football League Cup run of the 2012-13 season as it still feels very fresh in the memory. The Bantams became the first club from the fourth tier … Continue reading

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Hoseasons Conference 2014

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Last week Nick and Aimee from the Holiday and Home Parks Team attended the Hoseasons Conference at the Celtic Manor in Wales. There were in excess of 400 delegates at the Conference and it was a great opportunity to meet … Continue reading

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Ticking Time Bomb for Insolvency Proceedings

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The Government recently confirmed that it has no plans to extend the insolvency exemption to the Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (“LASPO”). Earlier this year, R3 (Association of Business Recovery Specialists) wrote at great length on … Continue reading

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Overtime to be included in Holiday Pay; Employers no longer walking on sunshine

The long anticipated Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) judgment in the conjoined cases of Bear Scotland Limited v Fulton, Hertel (UK) Limited v Wood & Others and Amec Group v Law & Others has been delivered today. In my two previous … Continue reading

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