Commercial solicitor Sam Lyon explains how collaboration and partnering work in practice.
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The Information Commissioner's Office has now published guidance on the application of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to research information held by higher education institutions - that is, universities and publicly-funded research bodies. Solicitor Joanne Stronach summarises the key points of interest in the guidance.
Head of Business Services John Noctor looks at the implications of a recent High Court decision for directors of private limited companies. The case of Smith v Butler concerned a dispute between the Chairman and Managing Director.
In this month's employment law update, Caroline Redhead advises businesses on what the growing emphasis on a “right to be forgotten” means to businesses and Hazel Phillips looks at cases involving employer references and reasonable adjustment.
Caroline Redhead explains what the growing emphasis on a “right to be forgotten” means to businesses.
New ET Charges, HSE Consultation & more in October's issue of E-Legal
The latest Employment Tribunal statistics show a fall in the number of claims as the government proposes to charge claimants.
The Health & Safety Executive is currently consulting on a plan to charge businesses for inspections.
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