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Falcone International
The Chief Financial Officer of a medium-sized manufacturing company based in the United Kingdom found himself unwittingly caught up in a money laundering scheme.
Kennedys
A panel of healthcare lawyers explored the extent of COVID-19 related claims in various jurisdictions.
Cooley LLP
The UK hosted more than 100 representatives from across the globe at its AI Safety Summit in early November 2023.
Norton Rose Fulbright
The Court of Appeal has unanimously overturned the largest value unlawful preference ruling to date. The Court held that, in the context of a restructuring transaction...
Barton Legal
In the realm of construction and engineering, it is not unusual for project completion to be delayed.
WTW
Our cyber team collaborate their insights to help ask questions and provide answers during Cyber Security Awareness Month.
WTW
High government expenditures during the pandemic, coupled with high global inflation and interest rates in 2023, have contributed to an...
Venner Shipley
With the recent awarding of the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to Dr Katalin Karikó & Dr Drew Weissman, for their discoveries that enabled the development...
Venner Shipley
If you are an avid reader of Inside IP, you may remember a previous article that looked into electric aircraft. Well, time flies, and there have been some exciting developments...
Venner Shipley
In April 2021, the UK Intellectual Property Office ("IPO") launched a review of its digital services, aiming to transform its services for the digital age.
Boult Wade Tennant
Sometimes things move very fast in UK patent law. Today, eight days after the England and Wales High Court decision overturning a refusal of a patent application...
Thomson Snell & Passmore
There is no doubt that cybercrime and online fraud pose a significant threat to the charity sector. 58% of charities reported cybercrime as a major risk to the charity sector...
Thomson Snell & Passmore
This long awaited piece of legislation was included in King Charles' first ever King's Speech on 7 November 2023. In his speech, the King said; "Renters will benefit from stronger security...
Thomson Snell & Passmore
Following Sue Mitchell's recent BBC News story "The homeless handyman and the wealthy widow. Love or something darker", Una Angus, a Senior Paralegal...
Kemp IT Law
Eleanor Hobson looks at whether you need consent for all forms of marketing.
Proskauer Rose LLP
On 27 November 2023, the United Kingdom's Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") published its final report (the "Report") on its multi-firm review into firms' progress...
Gorvins Solicitors
Once upon a time what happened at the Christmas party stayed at the Christmas party. But one dark and dismissal night, all that changed…
Forsters
During Annual Awareness Week, in what is the organisation's 40th year, Resolution have launched their Vision for Family Justice.
European Union
Venner Shipley
Once a trade mark has been registered for over five years, it is subject to use requirements and is vulnerable to attack by a third party on grounds of non-use, to the extent...
Kemp IT Law
The EU Data Act was adopted by the European Parliament on 9 November 2023 after a long period of negotiations following the European Commission's publication of a proposed regulation in February 2022.
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