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Draft directive for the protection of trade secrets announcedBy Nick Walker, Toni Lorenzo
Read Toni Lorenzo and Nick Walker's comments on the proposed draft directive for the protection of trade secrets by the European Commission.
Multiple derivative actions survive enactment of the Companies Act 2006By Fraser McKeating
In a recent decision the High Court has held that the old common law still permits a member of a parent entity of a wronged subsidiary company to bring a derivative action on the subsidiary company’s behalf – a so-called “multiple derivative action” – where the wrongdoer is also in control of the parent entity.
Get a grip on repair costsBy Simon Bagg
Fixed-price repairs contracts cannot be applied automatically to leaseholders, says Simon Bagg in his recent Inside Housing article.