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Web – photo re-posting

The ECJ has held that the reposting of a photo is likely to require the authorisation of the copyright owner – even if it is already published on the ...

HMO – licence fees

Many LA licence fees for HMOs are unlawfully high. ...

Proportionality – broad-brush approach?

When looking at ‘proportionality’ of costs, should the judge adopt a rigid mathematical approach to each item, or is a broad-brush approach to be preferred? ...

Insurance – ‘premises’ or ‘building’?

The general rule is that if there is a fire, then L’s insurance will be for the benefit of both L and ...

Wills – dependency claims

A welcome ruling has clarified the meaning of ‘child of the family’ for the purposes of a claim against an estate for reasonable financial provision under the ...

Litigation privilege – wider

The CA has clarified the scope of litigation privilege. This follows widespread concern about a High Court decision which had taken a narrower view. ...

Brexit – ‘no deal’

If there is a no deal Brexit, then the VAT rules on domestic transactions will not change. But, the rules for EU transactions will change: ...

Sentencing – careless driving

A lost his appeal against sentence following his conviction for causing death by careless driving. He had been sentenced to two years in prison, and disqualified from driving for five years (and until he passes ...

Shared parental leave – take-up

Shared parental leave (SPL) was introduced in 2015. It allows parents to share up to 50 weeks of leave, with up to 37 weeks paid (subject to eligibility criteria), and they can choose ...

MIB – exclusions

The High Court has recently held that the Motor Insurers Bureau is an ‘emanation of the state’ under the EU Insurance ...

Third party searches – reliance?

To what extent can you rely on searches done by a third party (eg the seller, or another prospective ...

Rates – avoidance ploys

There are three main ploys (or ‘mitigation products’) for avoiding business ...


Most-read articles

Brexit – ‘no deal’
Monday, 22 October 2018
If there is a no deal Brexit, then the VAT rules on domestic transactions will not change. But, the rules for EU transactions will change: Read more...
Cohabitation – widowed parent’s allowance
Monday, 22 October 2018
The Supreme Court made a declaration that s39A Social Security Contributions and Benefits (Northern Ireland) 1992 Act, by which a widowed parent can only claim widowed parent’s allowance (WPA) if... Read more...
HMO – licence fees
Monday, 22 October 2018
Many LA licence fees for HMOs are unlawfully high. Read more...
Insurance – ‘premises’ or ‘building’?
Monday, 22 October 2018
The general rule is that if there is a fire, then L’s insurance will be for the benefit of both L and T. Read more...
Litigation privilege – wider
Monday, 22 October 2018
The CA has clarified the scope of litigation privilege. This follows widespread concern about a High Court decision which had taken a narrower view. Read more...
MIB – exclusions
Monday, 22 October 2018
The High Court has recently held that the Motor Insurers Bureau is an ‘emanation of the state’ under the EU Insurance Directives. Read more...
Proportionality – broad-brush approach?
Monday, 22 October 2018
When looking at ‘proportionality’ of costs, should the judge adopt a rigid mathematical approach to each item, or is a broad-brush approach to be preferred? Read more...
Rates – avoidance ploys
Monday, 22 October 2018
There are three main ploys (or ‘mitigation products’) for avoiding business rates. Read more...
Sentencing – careless driving
Monday, 22 October 2018
A lost his appeal against sentence following his conviction for causing death by careless driving. He had been sentenced to two years in prison, and disqualified from driving for five years (and... Read more...
Shared parental leave – take-up
Monday, 22 October 2018
Shared parental leave (SPL) was introduced in 2015. It allows parents to share up to 50 weeks of leave, with up to 37 weeks paid (subject to eligibility criteria), and they can choose to take the... Read more...

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