Honeyrose Bakery Ltd v Lola’s Kitchen Ltd, High Court This case involved a dispute over something that should have been pleasurable – cupcakes – as sweetness soon turned sour. Two bakeries contracted for the supply of cupcakes by a larger baker to a
Privacy and open source advocates have raised concerns after discovering that the automatic installation of Google’s browsing software, Google Chrome, comes with an added capability which allows remote technicians to listen in on conversations held n
For a tenant, entering into a new commercial lease is an important step. The rent alone is usually a big financial commitment, but there are often other issues in the lease that can be an expensive trap for the unwary.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that where a company contracts out a service, which is subsequently subcontractedthe subcontractors employees may transfer into the company's employment if the service is taken back in-house.