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In an unusual post-settlement judgment in Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA v Petroleum Geo-Services ASA and others, Mr Justice Birss took the opportunity to…
The momentum of the devolution revolution seems to have slowed. Local authorities have been left hanging on, tantalisingly close to a deal…
With the majority of central government sitting behind the Treasury when it comes to buying into the devolution agenda, what will the long term relationship between central and local government look like?
One of the key themes explored in our report ‘Our changing state: the realities of austerity and devolution’ is the preparedness of central government
How closely do you need to supervise a trainee and how much can you rely on their ability and common sense?
By a majority of 503-131, the EU Trade Secrets Directive (‘Directive’) has been passed by the European Parliament, but will anything change?
A mixed picture is emerging across England of the number of children who were allocated a place at one of their preferred schools.
The majority of the Education and Adoption Act comes into force today. A revised version of Schools Causing Concern, statutory guidance on school intervention, also takes effect.
Cardiff County Court has released a decision which could assist insurers in recovering £10 million pounds or more of Stage 1 costs paid in claims that were eventually dropped.
Perhaps the most important and by far the largest change to data protection law since the Data Protection Act itself has been adopted by the European Parliament.
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