Doris Woo investigates further into what the proposed General Date Protection Regulation (GDPR) will mean for marketing activities, employers and IT security research and testing.Read More
Guests of BPE Solicitors were treated to the delectable wines of Woodchester Valley Vineyard in South Woodchester while hearing about their 10-year journey, leading to its recent success at the UK Wine Awards.
Dianne Devlin discusses the High Court's recent ruling on wasted expenditure in a limitation of liability caseRead More
When considering funding Construction projects, Funders will often ask for Step-In Rights. George Dale considers why these rights are important, how they work in practice and the commercial impact Step-In Rights can have on each party in a Construction project.Read More
This time last year there was much focus on the amusingly titled case of Lulu Construction v Mulalley & Co Ltd  EWHC 1852, an enforcement decision where Lulu, which won an adjudication, persuaded an adjudicator to also award payment of its legal costs by Mullaley, and the TCC enforced that part of the award. Many commentators criticised that decision because section 108A of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (as amended)(‘the Construction Act’) does not permit the recovery of legal costs in adjudication without written agreement. Two recent decisions have reinforced the view that recovery of costs in adjudication is not appropriate unless explicitly agreed.Read More
In this article, Thomas Christie analyses the recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case of Efobi v Royal Mail Group and the effect it may have on discrimination claims.Read More