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By Thomas Jordan
In this update, we discuss some of the latest legal and technical developments in occupational disease litigation, including updates in mesothelioma and asbestos.
By Andrew Rankin, Christopher Air
Under English law, various intellectual property rights or IPRs, including rights in copyright, may subsist in aspects of software, including the source code, ...
By John Maillie, Jasminka O''Hora
In a move that is bound to delight pursuers and leave those - such as insurers and public bodies - footing the bill for claims that it will affect to say the least,...
By Tim Ryan, Helen Murcott, Alison Key
Increasing demands are being placed on our office space. Beyond the need to be conducive to working, it also needs to attract and retain talent, provide a range of ...
By Anne Crofts, Alistair Robertson
More trusts are turning to the ‘split site' model to redesign how and where they deliver services. Such re-engineering requires skilled leadership, and staff and public engagement, but is this a panacea?
By Mark Ashley, Sean Doherty, Heather Durston-Hillyer
Don't miss NHS Resolution's latest report: The Early Notification Scheme progress report: collaboration and improved experience for families which was published yesterday.
By Kevin Hawthorn, Richard Marshall, Rachael Reynolds
Judgment has been handed down regarding the challenge to the Debenhams CVA providing some long-awaited judicial guidance to certain aspects of retail CVAs.
By Helen Kingston, Sarah Wood, Anna Jackson
This is the question at the heart of the long running saga of D (A Child) which has finally reached its conclusion today with the highest court in the land ruling that the answer is ‘no'
By Robert Lee
In this short collection of views, we consider the trends that will shape housing in the mid 21st century. Demographic shifts, new technology...
By Kevin Hawthorn, Richard Marshall, Rachael Reynolds
Judgment has very recently been handed down regarding the challenge to the Debenhams CVA, providing some long-awaited judicial guidance to certain aspects of retail CVAs
By Matthew Cox
The High Court delivered a sobering reminder in June of this year in respect of the need for parties to be clear as to their intentions with regard to heads of terms.
By Jonathan Brogden, Julian Bubb Humfryes
Cryptoassets – Exchange tokens, utility tokens and security tokens: What are they? How do they work? Are they safe? How do I know they are safe?
By Alistair Robertson
NHS charities say their potential to make important contributions to patient care is underused. We look at the new initiatives hoping to change that...
By DAC Beachcroft LLP
Heads of terms ("HOTs") are commonly produced at the outset of property transactions. They often set out the parties' agreement in principle on key commercial ...
By Tim Ryan
Tim Ryan is a Partner and Head of Technology at international law firm DAC Beachcroft. He considers the impact of the 5G revolution for the health sector, in the build up to Tech Con 2019 in London
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