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Burges Salmon has been shortlisted for Advisory Firm of the Year and has advised on two of the transactions shortlisted for Deal of the Year at the forthcoming New Energy & Cleantech Awards 2015.
Burges Salmon has been appointed to the Costain Group PLC legal panel, for three years from 2015 to 2017, to provide legal advice across its business including in relation to Construction and Engineering, Insurance, Real Estate, Corporate, IP/IT/Data Protection and Employment.
Energy sector experts from Burges Salmon have advised on over 2GW of solar PV installations in the UK since the introduction of the first feed-in tariff in April 2010.
The Leicester Employment Tribunal has issued its judgment in Lock v British Gas confirming that commission should be included in the calculation of holiday pay. This is an important development in the growing line of European and UK cases that have determined that workers are entitled to their normal remuneration when they are on holiday.
UK employers with 250 or more employees will have to publish gender pay data now that the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act has become law.
The Court of Appeal recently dismissed appeals brought by Balfour Beatty and Enterprise following the death of a member of the public driving through a temporary traffic management system on the A50. The case reaffirmed some well-known principles but is a timely reminder of the factors considered in health and safety prosecutions.
The latest edition of Burges Salmon's Intellectual Property newsletter includes the trade mark battle between Enterprise and Europcar and a ruling on Rihanna's battle with Topshop over the use of her image on a t-shirt.
This special edition focuses on the 2015 Oxford Farming Conference. We look at the OFC report and other themes to come out of this year's conference.
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