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Public sector bodies and consultants' firms need to have a clear audit trail to show that they have considered potential issues that could crop up during a procurement process, including conflicts of interest, an expert has said. 13 Dec 2012
Google is to invite businesses in the UK to increase their take-up of its AdWords keywords advertising system by extending credit to them. 08 Oct 2012
Please note: This is one of a series of guides about overseas transfers of personal data. If you're new to that subject, read the introduction to overseas transfers first. From 15th May 2010,...
Businesses and outsourcing suppliers often face problems that cause commercial harm but are not serious enough to merit using contractual remedies, which are usually confined to damages claims or contract termination.
This guide was last updated in August 2012.
This guide is based on UK law as at 1st February 2010, unless otherwise stated.
This guide is based on UK law as at 1st February 2010, unless otherwise stated. It is part of a series of guides on Health and safety and corporate manslaughter . For many years, there has been...
This guide is based on the UK's Gambling Act 2005. It was written in June 2010. Sweepstakes in the workplace are popular and may be thought of as just a bit of fun, but many people do not realise...
Regulations designed to protect employees when the company they work for is taken over by a new owner will not apply where the contractor providing business services changes at the same time as the client for whom those services are being carried out, the... 28 Jun 2012
An individual's employment cannot be automatically transferred to another employer without following the proper procedures under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (TUPE) Regulations, a tribunal has confirmed. 18 Apr 2012
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