Private Practice
  • Rail lawyer wanted to join Fieldfisher team advising on major transport and infrastructure projects
  • Fieldfisher is a European law firm with market leading practices in many of the world's most dynamic sectors
  • The team advises on major transport and infrastructure projects in the UK, EU and internationally
  • Responsibilities include assisting with rail franchising and regulation, rolling stock, and major commercial contracts
  • Previous experience in the rail sector and the ability to work well within a team is essential

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In two recent cases, the English courts considered whether the duty of good faith should be implied into commercial contracts. These cases demonstrate

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Franchisors expanding into the United Kingdom need a thorough knowledge of any UK rules and regulations which may affect them, particularly in a

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Franchise relationships are rarely life-long commitments, most will be for a fixed term with a right to renew. The renewal process provides an

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Recent Court of Appeal decisions offer hope to asbestos cancer sufferers

Following a long-fought battle in the case of Bussey v Anglia Heating Ltd 2018 EWCA Civ 243 , it's good to be able to report positive news for

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The year 2017 was relatively quiet for franchise disputes in the English courts. Nevertheless, this update discusses five cases which involved

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A number of businesses which franchise will interact with the gig economy, particularly those which operate with a low entry threshold, such as

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New payment practices regulations and the implications for franchise businesses

The Payment Practices and Performance Regulations 2017 require, as of financial years beginning on or after April 6 2017, large UK businesses to

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Preparing for Brexit: top five considerations for franchisors in 2017

Recent events have given the first real insight into the Brexit process.

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