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Unequal eyes of the lawSubscription
So you’re hiring a new member of staff.
Grenfell: Police reveal three interviews heldSubscription
Police have carried out three interviews under caution in relation to the Grenfell Tower fire as investigators consider offences including gross negligence manslaughter and corporate manslaughter.
Haringey Council has cancelled its £2bn regeneration deal with Lendlease.
Exclusive: A Spanish train manufacturer has been added to the shortlist for HS2’s £2.75bn rolling stock contract after challenging the decision to exclude it in the High Court, Construction News can reveal.
Companies that dispute an inspector’s decision now have a route to challenge prohibition notices, explains Malcolm Gunnyeon.
Directors face five-year ban on shares saleSubscription
Company directors will be prevented from selling shares for up to five years under a new code of conduct for listed companies drawn up following Carillion’s collapse.
Kier has been fined £200,000 after pleading guilty to health and safety breaches that led to a worker suffering “life-changing” head injuries.
Developer Lendlease has warned Haringey Council that it could take legal action if its £2bn regeneration deal is scrapped.
The director of an Essex-based construction firm has been sentenced to eight months in jail after pleading guilty to a health and safety breach that led to the death of two brothers.
Project variations pose challenges to clients and contractors and cause disputes down the line. Barry Hembling sets out six considerations to help navigate unforeseen changes.