FIFA Corruption Arrests

FIFA Corruption Arrests

The news of the arrest of FIFA officials in Switzerland in relation to a bribery investigation by US authorities highlights more than ever the international reach of corruption legislation like the FCPA. It is understood that the US authorities are seeking extradition. The Swiss Federal Office of Justice (FOJ) said in a statement on Wednesday. Read more

May 2015 – Warnings given in 'bad faith' cannot be relied upon in any circumstances

May 2015 – Warnings given in 'bad faith' cannot be relied upon in any circumstances

Our partnership with 5 Essex Court We’re really pleased to continue our partnership with the highly regarded employment team from 5 Essex Court by bringing you our second joint blog with them. Five from 5 5 Essex Court have been writing their popular ‘Five from 5’ employment bulletin for seven months, offering 5 bite size pieces of topical. Read more

Franchises to serve the disenfranchised?

Franchises to serve the disenfranchised?

Jonathan Black of the London Criminal Courts Solicitors Association has guest-written an article for BloomsburyLawOnline.com today, regarding his views on the potential changes to the criminal justice system. Do you agree or disagree with his article below? Please post your comments below the article. Franchises to serve the disenfranchised? “In the 1970’s if you needed. Read more

Journal of Professional Negligence Seminar 2015: Vicarious Liability and Non-Delegable Duties

Journal of Professional Negligence Seminar 2015: Vicarious Liability and Non-Delegable Duties

Welcome to the event page for the 2015 Seminar from the Journal of Professional Negligence Event Update – 4th August 2015: We can now confirm that all attendees will be able to accrue 4 CPD hours from the Bar Standards Board. This timely seminar run by the editors of Journal of Professional Negligence will examine. Read more

Supreme Court Decision in Olympic Case

Supreme Court Decision in Olympic Case

Trustees of the Olympic Airlines S.A. Pension and Life Assurance Scheme v Olympic Airlines SA [2015] UKSA 27 The Concept of “Establishment” under EU Regulation 1346/2000 for Winding Up Proceedings Let’s take the following scenario: Company A is based in Greece with its centre of main activities in Greece. It is in the process of. Read more

Philip Kolvin QC and Kuljit Bhogal on working with local authorities and Bloomsbury Professional

Philip Kolvin QC and Kuljit Bhogal on working with local authorities and Bloomsbury Professional

Last Thursday we had the privilege of taking part in the official launch of Cornerstone on Anti-Social Behaviour: The New Law. Here, Philip Kolvin QC and Kuljit Bhogal discuss their thoughts, and the aim of Cornerstone Barristers, on being servants of the public sector, writing their new series ‘Cornerstone on…’ and working with Bloomsbury Professional. Kuljit also discusses her. Read more

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