FIFA corruption: The Pursuit of Integrity in SportMany people reacted with shock at the sight of seven FIFA executives being arrested on corruption charges in Switzerland. The shock arose not from the allegations of corruption – those had been widely circulated for many years – but from the...
A ‘Sweet’ Result for Employers regarding Collective ConsultationIn recent times, employers have faced uncertainty when looking to make significant redundancies. In particular, the decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal in the Woolworths and Ethel Austin cases introduced an alternative interpretation to the...
5 reasons UK Businesses are turning to Asset Based LendingOnce seen as a last resort for businesses in trouble, but now increasingly a mainstream source of business finance, asset based lending is continuing to grow its popularity as companies look to secure new growth in the UK’s improving economy....
How to make your next completion meeting a successBuying or selling a business can be extremely stressful and parties involved may worry about transaction meetings. With that in mind, Charles Glaskie, corporate partner at national law firm, Gateley, offers his expert advice to help things run...
“Bannerman clause” upheld to protect auditor from liability to third partyIn what is believed to be the first case to consider the effectiveness of "Bannerman clauses", under which auditors disclaim liability in respect of audit reports to anyone other than the company and its members, the High Court has held that such...
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