Category: Commercial Disputes

 

Can I use images online without permission

If Facebook and other social media platforms appear to have a cart-blanche ‘we can use your images’ policy then why can’t you do the same and use other people’s images without asking for permission first? After all, it’s better to apologise later than ask first, right?

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Health and Safety – Who’s gone mad?

Health and Safety – Who’s gone mad?

The Health & Safety Executive has powers to prosecute companies and directors, in their personal capacity, for breaches of health and safety law. This can result in very substantial fines and potentially custodial sentences for directors.

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Don’t fall foul of the Jackson Reforms

Don’t fall foul of the Jackson Reforms

In 2013 the civil courts underwent a substantial change, known as the Jackson Reforms.

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Dilapidations

Whether or not a tenant has breached their repair covenant is one of the more common bones of contention between landlords and tenants.

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Verisona Law Makes Waves Across the World

Verisona Law Makes Waves Across the World

Three legal specialists from Portsmouth have had cause to leave their offices at 1000 Lakeside as client cases demanded they fly out to three different continents across the world.

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Recruitment fees

Recruitment fees

Recruitment consultants: are you owed fees?

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Scottish and English & Welsh Contract Law: already independent

Scotland may have voted to preserve the Union, but Scottish civil law is (and always has been) distinct from the law of England & Wales. In fact there are some quite drastic differences in law, as well as more subtle variations in process and procedure.

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Ten tips for avoiding a commercial dispute

When businesses are in dispute it is often because they have different perceptions of what was agreed when the deal was done.

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Has your commercial tenant gone into administration?

Sadly, this has been a fact of life for many commercial landlords in recent years and the obvious question for many is “will I get paid and if so, when?”

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