Part 36 remastered

The revised Part 36: an offer they cannot defuse? By David di Mambro

Why procedure matters

Daniel Lightman & Thomas Elias report on a Saudi “Royal Protocol” &...

Shared parental leave: spot the difference

Julian Yew predicts a battle of the sexes in the courts

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Dominic Regan
NLJ columnist

"Oh what's the bloody point?". The last words recorded in the...

Julian Yew
Partner

Shared parental leave (SPL) comes into force on 5 April 2015....
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Khawar Qureshi QC outlines recent developments in arbitrator impartiality
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Margaret Tofalides & Lucia Williams put disclosure & confidentiality in IP arbitration under scrutiny
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by David Cook Another of my articles has considered s56 of the Data Protection Act, which makes it an offence for an employer to compel a current or prospective employee to make a data subject access...
by David Cook Under Section 56 of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA), it will soon be a criminal offence for an employer or other third party to require a data subject to supply records obtained...