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17
JAN

Private companies are not answerable to institutional shareholders or analysts; nor are they subject to the same public scrutiny.  So they have far more freedom in how they construct the terms on which their directors are employed. By contrast the terms on which directors are retained...

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News that Kinky Knickers has gone into administration makes me wonder if the charity shops in the High Street will now see job lots of remaindered undies in the windows - "Frills to Thrill” - instead of worn out video games and coats for the over 60's. There are several ways that...

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A SENSE OF PROPORTION

13 January 2014
By Lee Marston
13
JAN

A recent comment on the case of Young v Young whereby the Judge called for a cap on disbursements paid out in divorce cases seems to have captured the headlines. However, there are two issues with this. First, the £6.4 million costs incurred, which were described as, "truly eye...

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Following the ongoing implementation of the Health and Social Care Act 2012 and the disappearance of the PCTs, many of the changes necessitated by the Act will be relevant to each GP practice, besides ongoing changes in other areas such as employment law. Depending on when your agreement...

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22
NOV

A survey recently carried out by Relate suggests that one in four divorcees regrets their split. The question is would you want to be a "boomerang couple”? That is to say, a couple who divorced and then remarried. I suppose the level of bitterness and acrimony sometimes experienced...

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