by Graham Cunningham, Barrister and Mediator May 2018 A salutary reminder from the Court of Appeal on drafting Court orders. Take care how you draft Consent Orders – and especially where large sums of money due to HMRC are concerned! It is all too easy to prepare the Recitals and Body of such an order … Continue reading Take care with your Consent Orders
by Graham Cunningham, Barrister and Mediator April 2018 The Supreme Court has recently reviewed the question of damages for breach of contract arising under the principles of Wrotham Park Estate Co. Ltd. v Parkside Homes Ltd. 1974 1 WLR 798 and consigned the latter to the status of historical interest. In Morris-Garnor & Anor v One … Continue reading Contractual damages – Wrotham Park is now little more than historical interest
by Jeremy Glover April 2018 HMRC has not obtained State Aid approval to Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) options and therefore options granted after 6 April 2018 may be unapproved even if they normally would be qualified for EMI purposes. We will need to wait for HMRC to obtain EU approval to be sure with options … Continue reading EMI Options Granted After 6 April 2018
by Paul de Cordova October 2017 “No construction project is risk free. Risk can be managed, minimised, shared, transferred or accepted. It cannot be ignored” ‘Constructing the Team’ – Sir Michael Latham (1994) In a recent report1 on the practices of Chief Procurement Officers from around the world, almost six in ten saw managing risks … Continue reading In Brief – Managing Risk in Procurement
Most successful high growth companies set aside between 10% to 20% of the share capital for key members of the team. In fact many investors will only want to invest in a company if it offers effective equity ownership to employees. To do this, you must ask a number of key questions before proceeding.
When deciding if arbitration should be included in the dispute resolution clause of a contract, the parties should consider whether the chosen arbitration rules cut down the power of the courts of law to assist the parties in arbitration proceedings. Paul de Cordova, Consultant at Jurit LLP, tells more.
This case is yet another helpful reminder that the ACAS Code of Practice is limited to situations where the disciplinary or grievance procedures are relied upon.
In Carreras v United First Partners Research the EAT has held that an expectation or assumption that a disabled employee would work late constituted a provision, criterion or practice (PCP) triggering the duty to make reasonable adjustments.
A round up of some recent cases and useful information for you and your teams
The CJEU was asked to considered whether an applicant could rely on the equality legislation if the sole purpose of the application was to obtain compensation and not a job.