Compensation for health and safety breaches depends on actual harm, Court of Appeal confirms29 Apr 2016
Employees must be able to prove that they have suffered actual harm as a result of breaches of health and safety law by an employer in order to claim compensation, the Court of Appeal has confirmed.
FOCUS: A recent High Court case should be a reminder to university boards and trustees of the duties they owe to creditors should the institution find itself in financial difficulties.
The UK government is "committed" to changing the rules governing the filing of suspicious activity reports (SARs), it has said.
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