Private Practice
  • Addleshaw Goddard are currently seeking a Commercial Associate (1-3 years' PQE) to join our team in Leeds
  • Our Commercial group has teams across each AG office working together on national and cross-border transactions
  • You will take responsibility as an advisor on a range matters, in addition to working as part of a team
  • Your focus will be to build relationships with clients and to handle all of their commercial needs
  • The ideal candidate will have wide ranging experience, including of the retail and consumer sector

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Mitigating the project risk arising from the current lack of experience engineering resources in the UK

How many times have we heard the statement: Established in 1890, over 150 years of experience in the field of ...........?? Unfortunately, company

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Failure to comply with the NEC time bar for adjudication prevents enforcement of award

The recent case of Sitol UK Ltd v Finegold and another highlights the need for parties to be aware of and comply with contractual provisions

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Don't forget to complete the contract ...

Two recent cases have highlighted that the courts are willing to find that a binding contract exists even when its terms have not been finalised (or

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Tears for mears the Perils of determining practical completion

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Your disclosure obligations

The Disclosure Pilot (the Pilot) was introduced to the Business and Property Courts only on 1 January 2019 for 2 years. Its objectives are to

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A new VAT reverse charge mechanism is to be introduced to combat VAT fraud in the construction industry. As from 1st October 2019, customers but not

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Transport Update- 04 July 2019

Welcome to our monthly Transport Update, bringing you links to the major developments relevant to the transport industry.

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Court of Appeal confirms that making assumptions about a medical condition amounted to direct discrimination by perception

The Court of Appeal has held that an employer's decision to refuse a job transfer request amounted to direct discrimination because it was based on a

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Court of Appeal rules that voluntary overtime payments should be reflected in holiday pay

The Court of Appeal has upheld an EAT decision that the Working Time Directive gives rise to an entitlement to have voluntary overtime payments

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Charity reports data breach to the ICO

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Insurance Agent's appeal against ICO's direct marketing fine fails

Our Vault Ltd, an insurance agent and broker, has lost an appeal against a fine of £70,000 issued by the ICO in a final Monetary Penalty and

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