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Retention of Title: Part two Subscription

25 Jul 2013 | By Andrew Park

In the second of a series of articles, wine law specialist Andrew Park looks further at the problems that can arise when enforcing Retention of Title (ROT) claims for wine supplied, and how suppliers can maximise their chances of success

ROT means if wine hasn't been paid for, it still belongs to you

Retention of Title: Part one Subscription

01 Mar 2013 | Updated: 25 Jul 2013 | By Andrew Park

In the first of a series of articles, wine law specialist Andrew Park looks at wine trade-specific problems that arise when enforcing retention of title claims, and how suppliers can maximise their chances of success.

Can you spot the warning signs?

Mayday, Mayday... company in distress Subscription

18 Jan 2013 | Updated: 04 Jun 2013

For many, 2012 was a year to forget, with a series of high-profile company failures causing knock-on effects across the trade. But can you spot the warning signs when a potential supplier or customer is in financial difficulty? Specialist corporate lawyer Paul Taylor explains how

Corporate hospitality

Getting to grips with new bribery legislation

27 Apr 2011

“Corporate hospitality is not a bribe, says minister”This headline recently appeared on this website in response to the announcement concerning guidance which was being offered to industry regarding how they should respond to the new legislation dealing with Bribery and Corruption which will come into force in June 2011.

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