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Demand for new homes is overwhelming, but local authorities that have set aside an adequate supply of housing land for the future are in a much stronger position when it comes to blocking developments that they view as undesirable.
Workplace whistleblowers only enjoy the protection of the law if the disclosures they make are in the public interest – but what exactly does that mean?
While some may have a preconception of lawyers being out to ‘take the shirt off your back’ as the saying goes, one local law firm is keen to buck this reputation by offering their shirts to charity.
Covenants restricting the use of land commonly appear on title deeds, but they often date back many years and take no account of changing circumstances.
Tales of industrial espionage are not restricted to fiction and a Court of Appeal case revealed an alleged conspiracy within the recycling trade that was said to have been exposed by forensic examination of a disloyal senior employee’s computer and mobile phone