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ONTIER LLP
EU regulators recognise the power of blockchain technologies and are welcoming of the innovative efforts of those seeking to provide blockchain solutions across Europe.
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Ogier
The number of Jersey Private Funds has climbed past 500, according to the latest quarterly statistics published by Jersey Finance. The September 2021 data shows 502
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Albright IP
This brief article explains why and when a public disclosure invalidates a patent.
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
Following a public consultation, CAP and BCAP are introducing changes to the rule in the advertising codes that limits the advertising of "low alcohol" drinks, being those above 0.5% ABV....
1 Chancery Lane
It was a sad week this week for the team; not only did we learn of Meatloaf's death, which left us reeling, but of the Court of Appeal's heartless approach to the human rights of insurers.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
Insurance aggregation in solicitors' professional indemnity insurance might seem a dry and technical topic which ought to remain the preserve of insurance law specialists.
Withers LLP
Last year we produced a detailed study on the Future of the High Street examining the indelible mark that Covid will leave on Britain's cities and town centres and suggesting some solutions.
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers
As we reported last month, in an attempt to alleviate current pressure on the health and social care system as a result of Covid-19, the Home Office recently announced that the ...
Giambrone & Partners
Globalisation is expanding in many directions, not just in the commercial sector, individuals also recognise the benefits of a global portfolio. It is becoming increasingly common for British nationals to...
Proskauer Rose LLP
On 19 January 2022, the UK Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") published a consultation paper (CP22/2) (the "Consultation") setting out its proposals to strengthen its financial promotion rules for high-risk investments (including cryptoassets), as well as for authorised firms which approve and communicate such financial promotions.
Marks & Clerk
The scheme is intended to generate green jobs and attract private investment.
Berg Kaprow Lewis
You don't charge VAT on residential lettings, right? So that's one thing residential landlords can cross off their worry list, isn't it?
Gatehouse Chambers
Peter Petts considers whether a demand for rent should be treated with the same strictness as accepting rent when it comes to the right to forfeit a lease.
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
A recent decision from the Advertising Standards Authority in the United Kingdom held that a "100% recycled" claim that appeared in advertising for bottled ice tea was misleading, when the bottle cap and label...
BLM
Last week, Speakers in the House of Lords debated e-scooters: notably their safety and whether more stringent regulation is needed amid claims that they are posing a danger to pedestrians.
Gatehouse Chambers
Frederico Singarajah, George Eyre and James Shaw provided an up-to-date overview on the law of limitation.
BLM
What could have been done better in response to the pandemic? Has any aspect of the response broken Scots criminal law?
Astraea Group
When last year the governor of the Bank of England warned crypto investors to be prepared to lose all their money, he was referring to the risks associated with the digital currency's extreme volatility.
BLM
Welcome to our Property Damage podcast series on Modern Methods of Construction and the risk of fire.
Withers LLP
Aasmah talks to Neha Narkhede, Former CTO and Co-Founder of Confluent, about how she changed the world of technology with the creation of software Apache Kafka...
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