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Employers will welcome a Court of Appeal decision that robustly rejected the idea that they are obliged to make reasonable adjustments for employees or job applicants who are associated with disabled people (in this case, for a non-disabled employee whose…

Several changes to planning law came into force on 6 April 2014. The changes introduce a number of new permitted development rights for change of use: New Class CA allows a building used as a shop to be used as a bank, a building society, a credit union or…

Landlords will welcome the decision in a case concerning the administration of the Game group of companies. The Court of Appeal held that an administrator or liquidator must pay the rent arising in respect of property leased by the insolvent company, for any…

We are pleased to announce a first for the firm, being a sponsorship deal with Abbey Rugby Club, an amateur rugby club based near Reading. Members of the club’s under 8s team sported their new kit on the pitch at Adams Park, home of London Wasps of…

A High Court decision provides a classic example of why, when offering or negotiating a settlement of any dispute, it is important to add the words “subject to contract” to correspondence where it is intended that the settlement should not be…