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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).
The results from the primary admissions offer day indicate that around 25% of parents did not receive an offer from their highest ranked school.
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 directors' decision has been set aside as the court held that they had acted in breach of their fiduciary duties by swapping the debt owed to a terminally ill director in return for shares in the company.
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.
The Supreme Court has delivered its decision on the case involving the Isle of Wight and Mr Platt. This important case considered the meaning of regular attendance at school and arose from a decision taken by Mr Platt to take his child on an holiday during term-time.
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.
The Modern Slavery (Transparency in Supply Chains) Bill has effectively been dropped by its sponsoring MP and will not progress any further.
The government today published a further consultation in relation to the methodology for setting the discount rate.
The Master of the Rolls, Sir Terence Etherton, has finally announced the provisions of the long-awaited Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims (“Debt Protocol”) which comes into force on 1 October 2017.
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