Is the regulatory references regime ripe for deceit and negligent misstatement claims? - as Published in ELA Briefing
The regulatory references regime has wide-reaching implications for employers. They may unexpectedly find themselves in the civil courts for the torts of deceit and negligent misstatement in attempting to comply with the new rules.
Doyle Clayton's Rachel Reid-Ellaby and Guidhall Chambers' Suzanne Staunton explain.
The article, which can be viewed here, was originally published in the ELA Briefing and has been shared with their permission.
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