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Cooley LLP
"Hennes & Mauritz AB's fashion retailer H&M faces a €35.3 million ($41 million) fine for having recorded personal details of the lives of employees at a...
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Maples Group
The UK Financial Services Bill 2020 was recently introduced to ensure that the UK's regulatory framework continues to function effectively following the UK's exit from the EU.
FTI Consulting
Some companies only make ripples on social media when they report their financial earnings. Others get stakeholders talking — and tweeting. What do they know that others don't?
Wrigleys Solicitors
Redundancy payments should be based on pre-furlough pay but what happens where employees have no normal hours?
Quadrant Chambers
On 27 November 2020, the Supreme Court handed down its highly anticipated judgment in Halliburton Company v Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd [2020] UKSC 48
Withers LLP
This week is Good Divorce Week.
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
The bookmaker BoyleSports must pay a £2.8 million fine for money laundering shortcomings following an investigation by regulators.
Rouse
What will the in-house IP Team of 2025 look like? What should it look like?
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
On November 21, 2020, Canada and the United Kingdom concluded negotiation of a "rollover" trade agreement that will take effect on January 1, 2021.
Mayer Brown
It borrowed money from the Respondents secured by a legal charge over the Property.
Mayer Brown
The ability for parties to communicate "without prejudice" to try to settle disputes is an important principle in litigation in England and Wales.
Mayer Brown
Arbitrators' independence and impartiality is one of the cornerstones of arbitration.
Mayer Brown
The High Court has issued a long-awaited follow-on judgment in the Lloyds Bank case.
Giambrone & Partners
Face to face talks have resumed with both sides implying that a deal can be struck.
Cooley LLP
"Ben Shribman, M&A partner at Cooley, together with Rod Freeman and Jamie Humphreys from the firm's market-leading products law group, discuss key areas to consider...
Hill Dickinson
As the first of the COVID-19 cases make their way through the courts, this case considers whether losses suffered by businesses as a result of forced closures under the Health Protection
Hill Dickinson
According to complaints filed with Action Fraud UK, more than £30 million was reportedly lost to pension scammers since 2017.
Hill Dickinson
Historically, cyber-attacks have traditionally focused on attempts to obtain personal or financially sensitive data.
Kemp IT Law
The coronavirus pandemic has affected many contractual arrangements, from hospitality and tourism, to a variety of other global supply chains. Parties
The Sovereign Group
By Howard Bilton – Howard is a barrister called to the Bars of England/Wales and Gibraltar, visiting Professor at The Faculty of Law of Texas
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