The decision by the Court of Appeal in a case concerning a prohibition notice has opened up opportunities for additional evidence to be considered in these cases, following the long awaited decision by the Court of Appeal in Hague v Yorkshire Rotary Ltd  EWCA 696, handed down in June.
Posted on: 30 September 2015
Bivonas Law is pleased to announce that we continue to be ranked highly in five of our key practice areas in this year’s Legal 500. The rankings are based on a series of criteria including feedback from our clients. Read on to see what our clients and contemporaries have to say about us.
Вместе с левосторонним движением и знаменитыми «фиш энд чипс» , малосуществущими в реальности, в нашу жизнь на новой родине незаметно внедрилось английское право. В той или иной степени все мы сталкиваемся с ним в повседневной жизни, и приходится сверять свои действия с законами многочисленными.
Bivonas Law LLP has contributed to the International Bar Association’s Anti-Corruption Committee’s submission to the Australian Senate on foreign bribery law and has enjoyed a very positive response including a feature on the Australian ABC national night news. The feature can be viewed here.
The EAT has still not set out any general guidance for employers tasked with investigating misconduct involving social media... however, a clear message that is emerging from the recent decisions is that a well-drafted and effectively-communicated social media policy is crucial.
The Australia Senate is reviewing the state of their foreign bribery law and are inviting submissions from lawyer and others to decide whether to change the current laws. Bivonas Law has been invited contribute to the International Bar Association’s submission to the Australian Senate on this topic.