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BBM Solicitors News & Updates

The latest insolvency, commercial property, employment law, corporate law and legal news from BBM Solicitors

Supreme Court holds no discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation in the ‘gay cake’ case

The Supreme Court has recently issued its decision in the long running ‘gay cake’ case, arguably the most well known discrimination case of recent times.  Whilst this case concerns a claim for discrimination arising out of the provision of goods and services, the same legal principles apply to employment cases and as such, this decision should be of interest to employees and employers alike, as well as members of the public generally.

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BBM Solicitors Comment on 2018 Budget

Readers may have missed (we almost did too!) a detail slipped into the chancellor’s budget earlier in the week: a small change that could make a difference to insolvency practice and outcomes in Scotland.

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IP Briefing: Polluters Must Pay


On 28th August 2018 Lord Docherty issued his Opinion in the application of the Joint Liquidators of Doonin Plant Limited for directions. 

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IP Briefing: Opinions in the cases of VE Vegas Investors and ors v Henry Shinners and ors (‘Vegas’) and Tailby & Courtman v Hutchinson Telecom (‘Tailby’)

The Factual Background

Both cases concerned applications made in the English courts to replace Administrators as a result of perceived conflicts of interest. 

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I’m in Helsinki this week for a joint INSOL/INSOL Europe conference discussing reform of Insolvency and restructuring law in the Nordic states.

Our main involvement with the Nordic states comes dealing with Norwegian colleagues in relation to cross border cases (often involving North Sea Oil and Gas assets, where it is common for a Norwegian parent company to have a subsidiary registered in Aberdeen, or vice versa). However, it transpires that there is a fair amount of cross border activity between Finland and Sweden too with Swedish registered companies operating from Finland and so on.
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