The Digital Content Directive will apply to all suppliers of digital content, not just traditional publishers. We assess the impact.More
What is on the horizon for retailers in 2016? Read our guide outlining the upcoming legal changes impacting the sector.More
From policy and regulations to board level buy-in, we talk to industry experts about the issues.More
Read our run down of the key employment law developments that should be on your radar this year.More
With the Right to Buy being extended to tenants, housing associations must be ready to face the impact.More
With increased regulatory scrutiny, in-house legal teams are busier than ever. Find out how to bridge the gap by outsourcing litigation to private practice.More
TLT has been appointed to the property, planning and environment lot of the North West Legal Consortium's legal...
Two recent cases demonstrate the wide protection enjoyed by whistleblowers under the current law. Employers receiving information about alleged breaches should bear in mind that those employees may be protected.
From 1 April 2018 it will be unlawful to grant a tenancy of a private property with an EPC rating of below E unless an exemption applies. The government has now issued draft regulations amending the date on which landlords can register an exemption. Why, and will it make any difference to landlords?
TLT has advised the management team at Vital Ingredient, a leading healthy food-to-go retailer, on its buyout by...
The Supreme Court has handed down its decision on the appeal by Asset Land Investment plc and associated parties against the Financial Conduct Authority concerning the meaning of ‘collective investment schemes’. Read our article for a summary of the case and the potential impact of this decision.
A developer has avoided paying Community Infrastructure Levy of more than £170,000 by making separate planning applications for internal and external works. We outline the key points from the case, and consider their impact on developers.
TLT is promoting four of its associates to partner, bringing the total number of partners at the firm...
As part of the UK government's so-called "war on tax evasion", the UK has signed up to exchange information on beneficial ownership of companies and trusts. HMRC will use the data to issue demands for documents and information on companies and individuals - with UK clearing banks a likely target.
The ICO has launched a self-assessment tool to assist small and medium organisations (SMEs) assess their compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998. The online tool covers the key obligations that SMEs have in relation to processing their customers' or clients' personal information.