We are also pleased to announce the addition of 8 more full-text journals which are available for you to use now. All Existing Westlaw HK subscribers with access to the UK Primary Law add-on will benefit from this extended content coverage. Any new Westlaw HK subscribers taking the same add-on can also benefit from this content.
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This journal is published by Sweet & Maxwell and focuses on the tax regimes and laws affecting business transactions in Europe. It provides analysis and discussion of major changes in the laws of the individual member States. Ten updates a year ensure you stay informed of key business topics and legislative changes throughout Europe.
Coverage on Westlaw UK starts from 2003.
JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SECURITY LAW
Published by Sweet & Maxwell, this journal is a comprehensive guide to frequent developments and the key legal and policy issues affecting social security and welfare law. It includes coverage of the Jobseeker’s Allowance, child support, disability benefits, the social fund and other income related and non-means tested benefits. It covers both current and impending legislation, recent cases and other news.
Coverage on Westlaw UK starts from 1994.
WOODFALL LANDLORD & TENANT BULLETIN
The Woodfall Landlord & Tenant Bulletin is a quarterly updating service to Woodfall: Landlord and Tenant. This title is the definitive guide to all aspects of landlord and tenant law, and is the most widely cited in courtrooms. Its encyclopaedic coverage combines authority and experience with a concern for the reader’s practical needs.
Coverage on Westlaw UK commences in 2007.
CURRENT SENTENCING PRACTICE NEWS
Current Sentencing Practice News is a quarterly newsletter which complements the looseleaf title, Current Sentencing Practice.The newsletter deals with the Court’s powers of sentencing and the procedures to be followed. Furthermore, it includes a selection of sentencing decisions from the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) and the Divisional Court.
Coverage on Westlaw UK commences in 1995.
Kemp News complements the definitive source on the quantum of damages relating to personal injury claims – Kemp & Kemp: Quantum of Damages. Kemp News is an updating journal to this looseleaf. It deals with every type of PI claim, covering both general damages (PSLA) and special damages and explains complex award types and procedural matters relating to quantum.
Coverage on Westlaw UK commences in 1995, when the journal was called “Quantum”. The journal changed name to Kemp News in 2005.
COMPLIANCE OFFICER BULLETIN
This journal, published by Sweet & Maxwell, is aimed at compliance officers and their advisers. It allows them to keep up to date with an unending series of changes to the UK regulatory regime.
Presenting an unrivalled commentary and analysis on how FSA regulations impact on compliance officers and their business, it covers a specific regulatory area in depth in each issue – from the complaints process to FSA investigations, from money laundering to conduct of business and from Basel to corporate governance.
Coverage on Westlaw UK will start from 2004.
COMPANY LAW NEWSLETTER
Published by Sweet & Maxwell, this is now available in full text. The Newsletter contains essential and topical information that helps you keep up to date with the latest developments in company law and practice.
• Provides authoritative coverage on a fortnightly basis
• Contains digests of recent cases detailing the facts and decisions, the court and date of judgment
• Covers legislative changes
• A News Desk section includes the latest developments in company law plus coverage of related areas such as financial services
• Regularly contains articles by leading commentators on the latest developments of note in company law, including insolvency
Coverage on Westlaw UK commences in 2003.criminal Law
SCOTTISH CRIMINAL LAW (JOURNAL)
This journal is published by W Green and is also now available in full text. Scottish Criminal Law is a new monthly criminal case reports series, making it twice as current as any similar series available in Scotland.
In addition to case reports Scottish Criminal Law will also publish high quality articles, an Appeal Court column and commentary. The key content of each issue will include:
• A Feature Article
• An Appeal Court column
• Full-text law reports with case commentaries
• Full-text sentencing cases
• Personal Opinion section
The enhanced currency combined with the expert editorial work of Sheriff T Welsh will make Scottish Criminal Law the obvious choice when deciding where to access information in this field.
Coverage on Westlaw UK commences in 2003.