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Drugs prescribed to treat conditions they weren't authorised for can be in direct competition with medicines specifically authorised for that condition, the EU's highest court has ruled. 24 Jan 2018
A clause in sterling denominated loan notes which applied if the UK joined the euro did not prevent those loan notes from being qualifying corporate bonds (QCBs) for the purposes of UK capital gains tax (CGT), the Court of Appeal has decided, reversing a decision... 23 Jan 2018
The law of defamation aims to protect reputation, and applies to both individuals and companies.
The law protects people's right to privacy in a number of ways.
The law of malicious falsehood aims to protect economic interests. Malicious falsehood claims are sometimes made in tandem with, or as an alternative to, defamation claims.
Under the Protection from Harassment Act of 1997 (PHA) harassing someone can be a criminal offence and can give rise to civil action.
Almost two years ago a new guideline for the sentencing of health and safety offences, corporate manslaughter and food safety and hygiene offences (the Definitive Guideline) was published which came into force on 1 February 2016, for offences sentenced...
On 22 June 2017, the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) updated its existing suite of standard form New Engineering Contracts with the issue of NEC4.
Construction firms and trade bodies have been urged to contribute to a new inquiry into best practice and solutions for tackling serious injury and fatalities for working at height. 23 Jan 2018
New centres for manufacturing medicines are to receive £70 million of funding from the UK government. 22 Jan 2018
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