With coronavirus cases finally falling in the UK, thoughts have turned to how to ease current lockdown conditions.
Had it not have been for a forgotten tin opener, Ermal Fraze’s family picnic one Sunday in 1963 might have been entirely unremarkable.
Has your insurance company tried to invoke the clause of force majeure as a reason not to pay within your contract during these covid-19 times?
Since the Government published details about its Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, there have been many questions asked about what it means for pensions.
Tackling the illegal excavation and trafficking of items of cultural property and preventing their sale in the art market has long been recognised by the international community as a key means of protecting the world’s heritage.
Information is key to handling any crisis, especially in a health emergency such as the current coronavirus pandemic.
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease, COVID-19 continues to pose a significant threat to businesses in the UK.
A recent case involving Superdrug Stores Plc and Athena Brand Ltd ruled that an email exchange between the two companies formed a binding contract.
Every time you enter a business arrangement with another party, there’s a chance you could be held liable in case something goes wrong.
Whether it’s in our personal or business lives, there is plenty of room for conflict in a world that seems increasingly fraught and complex.