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10 April 2014
The question of European influence on UK domestic law has received much attention recently thanks to Messrs Clegg and Farage. In a recent development that will be of interest to readers, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has dismissed a challenge brought by the RMT union that the ban on secondary industrial action breaches the “freedom of association” provisions contained within article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
21 March 2014
On 4 March 2014, the European Union (“EU”) allegedly reached an agreement on a law which exempts long-haul flights from mandatory carbon emissions payment until 2016. The deal is a weakening of the EU’s objective of reducing carbon emissions from aviation following threats of trade boycotts and international pressure.
29 September 2011
Architects and engineers’ assets may be affected when faced with the obligation to pay for a claim from a client or third parties seeking to establish their liability arising from events, acts or omissions executed negligently while performing their professional duties or due to breach to obligations established by contract or imposed by law.