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Recent publications

Date: 27 Apr 2016
When a lease is breached, the innocent party may have a number of options. One such option is the right to claim damages as compensation for any loss suffered. The way in which a court may interpret terms in a lease that relate to damages can to have important consequences for both parties.
Date: 07 Apr 2016
For any user, social media platforms have the potential to be both friend and foe from time to time. In the health sphere, the use of social media by patients and practitioners alike gives rise to a plethora of unique issues including ethical considerations arising from the doctor-patient relationship, confidentiality, reputation, as well as a possible breach of obligations in relation to advertising.
Date: 07 Apr 2016
The increasing mobility of people, changing patterns of work and the rising influence of millennials are radically impacting organisational culture and structure. To keep pace, people strategies are being challenged more than ever before as organisations are compelled to foster and empower innovation and creativity in the workplace while simultaneously managing increasing legal risks and compliance costs.