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Incoterms - 10 years on

22 Jul 2019

What are incoterms? Incoterms, short for International Commercial Terms, were first published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in 1936 and have since facilitated business' terms of trade around the world. Traders can choose to incorporate Incoterms into their contracts to…

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Future High Rise Building Regulation

07 Jun 2019

The Government yesterday issued a consultation on its proposed changes for building safety for high rise buildings following the Hackitt Review. Please click here to view the proposed changes. The proposals are intended to improve safety and minimise the risk of fire in high rise buildings by…

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Forbes Appointed To Advise Leading Housing Association Together Housing

08 May 2019

Forbes Solicitors has been selected to advise one of the largest housing associations in the North of England after being named as a successful bidder for Together Housing Group's Legal Services Framework. Forbes will advise on legal issues surrounding Housing Management & Litigation,…

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FCA and Brexit

28 Mar 2019

With Brexit potentially fast approaching, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has taken a proactive response to provide effective information and prepare inbound passporting financial services firms on their operation within the UK. Currently, financial services firms in any European Economic Area (…

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Can damages be awarded for negligent misrepresentation?

21 Mar 2019

In cases of contractual dispute the question of when damages can be awarded is of obvious importance to the parties involved. But what happens in cases where the dispute is over negligent misrepresentation? Rescission of the contract is the normal remedy in such a case, but is there any situation where…

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Eurotunnel Procurement Settlement

01 Mar 2019

The importance of transparency and openness in public works procurement has made headlines with the £33 million settlement between UK Government and Eurotunnel after the former awarded contracts for a no-deal Brexit ferry service in a "secretive" manner. In December 2018, the…

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