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Class ac­tions risk puts spot­light on cy­ber se­cur­ity...
Di­git­al Scot­land
30 Apr 19
Risk Es­sen­tials We­bin­ar: “I’ve a leg­al priv­ilege is­sue…get...
Fol­low­ing the launch of our 'UK Con­struc­tion 2019 – What Next?' re­port...
Sig­ni­fic­ant re­stric­tions for land­lords un­der new Ten­ant Fees Act
Sum­mary The Ten­ant Fees Act 2019 will lim­it the pay­ments that a land­lord can charge in con­nec­tion with most short term res­id­en­tial ten­an­cies entered in­to on or after 1 June 2019. The Act’s pur­pose is to re­duce the costs that ten­ants face at the start of and.
24 April 2019
CMS is a Times Top 50 Em­ploy­er for Wo­men 2019
02 May 19
De­vel­op­ing your ca­reer through the in­flu­ence of net­work­ing
Par­ent com­pan­ies: Eng­lish Courts can try Zam­bi­an pol­lu­tion lit­ig­a­tion
On 10th April 2019, the UK Su­preme Court gave judg­ment in a pro­ced­ur­al dis­pute over wheth­er lit­ig­a­tion re­lat­ing to pol­lu­tion in Zam­bia could be tried in the Eng­lish Courts. The judg­ment is sig­ni­fic­ant for mul­tina­tion­al UK par­ent com­pan­ies with op­er­at­ing com­pan­ies.
24 April 2019
Is ESG driv­ing valu­ation and/or fin­an­cial de­cision...
07 May 19
Tech­no­logy and dis­pute res­ol­u­tion—in­nov­a­tion, dis­rup­tion,...
Case Com­ment - Green­belt vs Walsh: Own­er­ship Mod­el of Open Space Land...
In 2016, in Mar­ri­ott v Green­belt, the Scot­tish Lands Tribunal ruled on a case con­cern­ing charges im­posed by com­pan­ies car­ry­ing out the main­ten­ance of land­scaped areas in res­id­en­tial de­vel­op­ments with­in a spe­cif­ic own­er­ship mod­el.