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The claimants in Paul Kitcatt & 11 Ors v (1) MMS UK Holdings Ltd ('MMS') (2) Publicis Groupe SA ('Publicis')  EWHC 675 (Comm) were successful against MMS in an action for breach of warranty in a share purchase agreement (SPA).
As of 6 April, the controversial apprenticeship levy came into force. This is effectively a 0.5% tax on employers with a pay bill of more than £3m. The levy money flows into a centralised apprenticeship training fund.
The defendant, Sports Direct founder, promised to pay an investment banker £15m if he could double the chain’s share price in three years from £4 to £8.
Guidance has been given as to when information relating to a procurement challenge ought to be regarded as confidential and cannot be shared with third parties.
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