- Lexis®PSL In-house weekly highlights—25 February 2016
- In this issue:
- Headlines (News updates & analysis)
- Bribery and corruption: Sweett Group fined for bribery
- Confidential information: High Court rules on breach of confidence case
- Construction: Industry Insight—making project managers ‘great’
- Construction: Negotiations over notified sum do not amount to withdrawal of application
- Consumer credit: FCA consults on guidance on Consumer Credit Act interpretation
- Consumer protection: CJEU makes preliminary ruling on Unfair Terms Directive
- Consumer protection: Throwing the toys out the pram—manufacturer liability for unfair terms
- Contracts: Are arbitral awards based on a penalty clause enforceable?
- Contracts: High Court rules on application of UCTA
- Contracts: Prohibitory injunction to enforce negative covenant
- Corporate: De-regulatory changes for LLPs to be brought forward
- Corporate: Takeover Panel consultation—communication and distribution of information
- Corporate: Updated guidance on PSC register issued
- Dispute resolution: the Mediation Directive—has it affected mediations in England and Wales?
- Dispute resolution: the pre-action protocol for debt claims
- Employment law: Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2016 proposed
- Employment law: EAT upholds ET decision in Lock that WTR can be read to include commission
- Pensions: Re-employment and the employer’s duty to inform employees about pension tax rules
- Property law: Dangerous staircase not a defect under Defective Premises Act 1972
- Tax: Management activities and the right to input tax deduction
- Tort: High Court rules on Lugano Convention and tort of conspiracy
- Dates for your diary
- Useful information
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