Commercial

Lawyers split over consultation on reform of corporate crime

‘Failure to prevent’ fraud offence could be an easy political win for Theres

13 Jan 2017

Solicitor QCs: Silk goes to big-ticket commercial litigators

More solicitors and a more diverse picture in latest Q

12 Jan 2017

E-commerce and privacy: How private is ‘private’?

The British public remains sceptical about the protection of their online data, presenting a challenge for online business owners, argues Car

10 Jan 2017

Tmgroup partners with GeoSmart to offer drainage due diligence reports for lawye

Commercial property practitioners will be able to access the full range of reports on sustainable drainage systems for thei

06 Jan 2017

Mind what you say

John de Waal QC advises on the enforceability of anti-oral variation clauses following decisions in Globe an

22 Dec 2016

A bite-sized update on the Energy Efficiency Regulations

Edward Glass advises practitioners on preparing their landlord clients for the minimum energy efficienc

22 Dec 2016

Partnerships and leases: A bad combination?

As the courts have inadvertently made it inadvisable for traditional partnerships to hold leases, Simon Hartley considers alternat

22 Dec 2016

Partitions and vacant possession

David Sawtell and Erol Topal consider the implications of Riverside Park for landlords and tenants with a break clause requiring vacan

22 Dec 2016

‘Mid-tier’ firms urged to rethink business strategy

Ramp-up market research to boost long term profits, advise

19 Dec 2016