Briefings

Briefings - HBJ Gateley

We publish a number of informative and topical newsletters based around our service and business areas. It is important to us that we continually share ideas, information and best practice with our clients and contacts so everyone can benefit from news on new law, comment on topical events, and information on upcoming issues which will have a bearing on you and your business activities.

The content of these publications is for general information only and does not constitute advice on any specific matter. While every effort has been made to ensure the content of these publications is accurate and up to date, no representation or warranty, express or implied, is made as to their accuracy or completeness and they are not a substitute for legal advice. You should seek specific legal advice on any particular matter which is relevant to you. We will not be liable for any losses arising out of any reliance placed on any content of these publications by you, or any person informed of the contents.

SuDS – the maintenance options

Following the Government’s u-turn on the adoption of SuDS in December 2014,...

Changes to the Consumer Code

The Consumer Code for Home Builders is currently being reviewed by its...

The law on penalties: reconsidered

The Supreme Court has recently reviewed what constitutes a penalty in...

Brandon’s brave new world?

With starter homes fast becoming a legal reality, Robert Waite and Gareth...

Corporate Finance Deals 2015

A full list of all of our Corporate transaction deals for the year ending...

Media & Entertainment review Winter 2016

Welcome to the Winter 2016 edition of the Media & Entertainment review. In...

HRXchange training directory 2016

HRXchange provides a varied calendar of events focusing on employment law and...

Shipping & Transport news Winter 2015/2016

Welcome to the Winter edition of the Shipping & Transport news....

The Bribery Act 2010 – White paper

This White Paper addresses the practical implications of the Bribery Act for...

Sign of the times

More good news follows with reports from the Upper Tribunal in Bennett &...

Section 106 agreements: monitoring fees unlawful

Andrew Piatt reports on the High Court’s recent decision in Oxfordshire...

Conditional contracts: it’s all in a date…

Joanne Sears highlights the dangers surrounding satisfaction of a conditional...

Goodbye CDM coordinator, hello principal designer

The new Construction (Design and Management) Regulations came into force on 6...

Can a tidal beach be registered as a village green?

Cases on village greens come and go - fairly regularly, as it happens - but R...