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The ICO delivers its penalty decision to British Airways: a reprieve, but by no means a let-off…

Made in China? Financing Nigeria's infrastructure

Demand for energy and infrastructure in Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy, is ever increasing as its population grows.

19 July 2016
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In Conversation With Chau Ee, Lee In Singapore - Embracing International Arbitration

Parnika Chaturvedi with Chau Ee Lee discuss international arbitration in Singapore, comparing jurisdictions and the interesting developments in this region

10 May 2016
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Identifying the beneficial owners of foreign companies

Identifying the beneficial owners of foreign companies – UK real estate or public contracts

16 March 2016
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UK Listed Company fined GBP 2.25m under UK Bribery Act for payments in the UAE

A UK building consultancy has become the first company to be convicted under the UK Bribery Act 2010 for bribing an official in the UAE.

29 February 2016
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CJEU issues guidance on restrictive clauses in commercial lease agreements

The CJEU issues guidance on the interpretation on the potential restrictive effect of tenant veto clauses in commercial lease agreements.

03 December 2015
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Housing, Housing, Housing: Housing and Planning Bill and further GPDO reforms

Measures to boost housing supply in England are good news for owners of brownfield sites and commercial buildings suitable for conversion.

23 October 2015
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Design life: be careful what you wish for

We can see that the concept of design life has a use but, like other shortcuts to “rock solid” contractor responsibilities, it is not the whole answer.

19 October 2015
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Whole Life Procurement

The world of construction procurement is constantly driven by both internal and external factors impacting operational and maintenance arrangements. So what is changing?

24 August 2015
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Federal Supreme Court: Companies can escape cartel fines by corporate restructuring

Federal Supreme Court ruling allows dry mortar producers to avoid fines of €12 million following corporate restructuring.

04 June 2015
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Election 2015: the new Government’s agenda for real estate planning and development

The UK’s new Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Greg Clark, is an advocate of localism. Simon Ricketts discusses key policies.

15 May 2015
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CNMC adds four new undertakings to its concrete, cement and construction products investigation

The CNMC has opened proceedings against four additional undertakings in its investigation into concrete, cement and other construction products.

17 April 2015
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No spring break for planners: at least 38 practical planning law changes to be aware of

In March 2015 the Department of Communities and Local Government let loose an unprecedented series of changes to legislation and policy.

02 April 2015

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