Articles and Updates

Welcome to this month's Charities news.

Over the last 10 years Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (drones) have become a regular sight on the news, particularly in military operations. The commitment from an Anglo-Dutch company to supply drones together with an expert operator to any group who it politically agrees with, has also given rise to drones being used to follow hunts (by Anti-hunt protestors), as well as badger culls. So what can landowners do if a drone is found flying over their land?

Tags: Agriculture2014

These remain very exciting and challenging times for retailers.  Whilst retailers are benefiting from an improving economy, many of the challenges faced during the recession have remained in place.  In this newsletter our experts will be taking a look at some of those challenges and how they might be better managed.

As has been evidenced in the last week, autumn succeeds the summer, just as certainly as night succeeds the day. However, in the current climate there is far less certainty when it comes to the "serious harm" test. 

Tags: Sam HancockMedia2014

The 1st of October 2014 will see the second tranche of new copyright exceptions come into force, adding to those that came in on the 1st of June 2014 (please see our previous article New copyright exceptions now in force).

Tags: Martin CuellIntellectual Property2014

Welcome to Competition Matters, a briefing which provides a quick overview of the latest developments in UK and EU competition law and policy.

Tags: Public Sector2014

Data protection is increasingly dominating the agenda when it comes to media law developments - from the Google Spain decision, to the protection of the much coveted journalistic exemption to a number of the key provisions in the Data Protection Act. 

Tags: Media2014

Welcome to the September bulletin – it's been another quiet month in respect of employment law developments, but this is not surprising given that the latest Employment Tribunal statistics show that there are 70% fewer claims issued compared to this period last year. It is therefore of no shock that Unison is intending to reissue its judicial review application against the introduction of fees now it has more statistical evidence to support the application and the Labour Party have pledged to revisit the position on fees should they be elected into government next year.

Tags: Employment and Pensions2014

In one of the first known cases to apply the Court of Appeal guidance in Denton v White [2014] EWCA Civ 906, Foot Anstey has obtained an Order striking out an opponent's claim and refusing relief from sanction. This follows a long-running dispute with the clients' former solicitor, Roy Edginton (who traded as "ExLex Solicitors"). Partner Thomas Williams led the team and appeared as advocate, assisted by Scott Silbereis.

Welcome to the Dispute Resolution September Bulletin which brings you practical legal updates together with industry-focused insights.