We summarise the recent changes to the Immigration Rules, including additions to the Shortage Occupation List, clarification on the requirements for Tier 2 Indefinite Leave to Remain applications and changes to grants of leave at entry clearance stage.
With games being available at the touch of a button either on mobile devices or on a console (whether physically or digitally), it may seem like strong financial backing is the key to successful game development and bringing your creations to market.
Following the recent media excitement over the case Ilott v Mitson there has been a further interesting case under the Inheritance Act.
There are a number of significant changes to company law being implemented over the next 12 months which will materially affect all companies, including those in the housing and charities’ sectors. They are expected to be implemented by October 2016.
A roundup of the latest employment law developments including new rules on whistleblowing, redundancy procedures and draft exclusivity terms in zero hours contracts.
In 2007 Lloyds Bank agreed to lend £2.625 million to a company called Miracles Signs & Wonders Limited (The Developer). The Developer sought to redevelop a property formerly used as a bingo hall and later an evangelist church, into a mixed use property.
The phrase “estoppel by convention” is not a phrase one hears very often in everyday conversation. Its legal implications can however make a big difference to the outcome of a claim, where relevant, when a dispute arises.
BBC Panorama reported last night on how easy it is to hack into computers and websites. Ostensibly about the TalkTalk hacking, the programme also reported on the alarming case of someone whose email account was hacked to divert a significant sum of money that was supposed to be used to buy a house.
Following our recent review of the ISG v Seevic¹ case and our subsequent review of the Galliford Try v Estura² case each considering the importance of an Employer serving payment and pay less notices in time and complying with the statutory payment regime, the courts have also recently reinforced the need for Contractors to ensure their applications for payment and default payment notices do not lack clarity.
British Showjumping made a self-reported breach to the ICO and have worked very hard to put information and privacy rights at the forefront of everything they do.