What do you need to know about the Modern Slavery Act, and what more can be done to prevent human rights abuses on sites and in the construction supply chain?
Law Firm: Gowling WLG | Published: 16 February 2017 | Practice Area: Construction
A binding private ruling on the tax treatment of expenses incurred in respect of employee housing for mine workers.
Law Firm: Bowmans | Published: 15 February 2017 | Practice Area: Mining
Gowling WLG partner Robert Breedon offers his insight into what UK procurement law looks like after Brexit.
Law Firm: Gowling WLG | Published: 14 February 2017 | Practice Area: Administrative and Public Law
The Court of Appeal has decided that a plumber, who was engaged as a “self-employed operative”, should in fact have been treated as a “worker” for employment rights purposes.
Law Firm: DLA Piper | Published: 14 February 2017 | Practice Area: Litigation
Significant measures will further reduce market access restrictions and create a more level playing field for foreign investors to attract FDI.
Law Firm: Latham & Watkins | Published: 27 January 2017 | Practice Area: Central Government
In this briefing, Gowling WLG considers issues relating to 'bankability', and why those issues warrant early consideration by developers, contractors and lenders.
Law Firm: Gowling WLG | Published: 20 January 2017 | Practice Area: Construction
Linklaters looks back on 2016 and ahead to 2017, focusing on six key areas that will shape the UK real estate market.
Law Firm: Linklaters | Published: 13 January 2017 | Practice Area: Real Estate
The Kenya National Highways Authority recently hosted an Investor Conference and launched the Nairobi - Nakuru - Mau Summit Highway Project. This briefing takes a closer look.
Law Firm: Gowling WLG | Published: 10 January 2017 | Practice Area: Infrastructure
The government has confirmed this week that thousands of homes will be built for first time buyers.
Law Firm: Shoosmiths | Published: 09 January 2017 | Practice Area: Central Government
With space at a premium, particularly in urban areas, the excavation of a basement is one way to extend a house within its existing footprint. This briefing examines whether planning permission is required.
Law Firm: Shoosmiths | Published: 21 December 2016 | Practice Area: Litigation and Dispute Resolution
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