The introduction of the so-called “Tesco law” will allow legal services to be offered alongside businesses including supermarkets and banks, increasing the competition; as our latest blog post explains.
It has been argued that the Hargreaves Review’s proposed changes to the copyright law will severely impact businesses; as this blog explains.
It has been reported that the Prime Minister supported proposals put forward from a party donor to fire unproductive workers without the right to claim unfair dismissal.
A National Audit Office report, set to be released today, on the UK Border Agency, reveals that up to 50,000 immigrants have illegally entered Britain; as our blog explains.
Kate and Gerry McCann are amongst a group of campaigners who have called for the government to abandon plans to alter CFA’s; as this latest post explains.
Facebook has moved to shore up its legal defence against a patent infringement claim from Yahoo! by purchasing over seven hundred patents from IBM, as this latest blog explains.
It has been announced that the Home Office are to relax the immigration rules for non-EU artists who are visiting the UK temporarily, as our blog explains.
As the consultation period for the government’s proposed changes to the UK’s copyright system closes; Musicians’ Union has emphasised the importance of fair copyright law.
As part of employment law reforms which are being made, it has been announced that from October 2012, the minimum wage is to increase; as our blog explains.
The Alternative Libel Project have published a report calling for a series of steps to be taken to reduce libel case costs, as this latest blog explains.
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