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The Supreme Court in AIG Europe Limited v Woodman and others  UKSC 18 provides welcome clarification of how you can aggregate claims against solicitors under the SRA's Minimum Terms and Conditions.
Each new year brings with it a collection of challenges for businesses to overcome, and 2017 is no different
On 27th February 2017, Lord Chancellor Elizabeth Truss announced a new discount rate of - 0.75 per cent for personal injury awards
Even though the construction sector has been experiencing positive growth over the past several months, it still faces a steep challenge—rising material costs.
On 8th March, Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer, delivered his first and last Spring Budget to Parliament as the government now transitions to a single fiscal event each year, the Autumn Budget.
Accidents and incidents do happen so it is key to make sure your policy is fit for purpose and provides the protection you need.
Following a successful Supreme Court challenge against a business rates ruling, is there now an appetite for more fundamental change to the rating system?
The HSE conducted a series of inspections in 2016 at small refurbishment sites in order to encourage construction firms to adopt and enforce robust health and safety standards.