• International Workplace
  • 18 December 2000

New Legal Handbook for Facilities Managers

Legal publishers and conference organisers Asset Information have published the new 2001 edition of their comprehensive handbook for facilities managers.

The Facilities Management Legal Update Handbook 2001 contains over 300 pages of legal information and guidance on law, regulation and policy relating to the management of the workplace. The handbook contains contributions from many of the editors and authors behind the journal, including authoritative commentary from:

Bird & Bird solicitors
CMS Cameron McKenna solicitors
Eversheds solicitors
Garretts/Andersen Legal
London Fire Brigade
Masons solicitors
Paddisons & Partners
Stanger Science and Environmental
Tarlo Lyons
WS Atkins

Written in a handy A-Z format, the handbook contains guidance on all the legal issues facilities managers need to know about, including: health and safety, employment, business transfers, access for disabled people, property law, contractual and drafting considerations, policy guidance and case law.

Copies of the Facilities Management Legal Update Handbook 2001 are available at a cost of £49.50 from Asset Information, tel: (01223) 511902.

For more information, contact Ciaron Dunne, who will be happy to arrange interviews with any of the contributors.



1. A limited number of press copies of the Facilities Management Legal Update Handbook 2001 are available. Please contact David Sharp at Asset Information on (01223) 702063.

2. Facilities Management Legal Update - now in its fifth volume - is the UK's leading legal journal for facilities managers. It is available from Asset Information Ltd at a cost of only £99.00 per annum for a twelve month subscription.

3. Asset Information Ltd is a legal publisher and conference organiser based in Cambridge. The company has been active in the facilities management market place since 1995.

Asset Information is organising the Facilities Management Legal Update Convention 2001, which is taking place at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham from 14-15 March next year. Asset is also organising the Facilities Show 2001 Conference in partnership with United Business Media.