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By Oliver Yaros, Warsha Kalé, Ryota Nishikawa, James Harrison
Although the EU General Data Protection Regulation (the "GDPR") entered into force on 25 May 2018 ...
By Susan Rosser, Stephen Moi
Following the recent decision by the English Court of Appeal in SFO v ENRC (subject of this Legal Update) in relation to principles governing litigation privilege
By Raid Abu-Manneh, Juliana Castillo
The Prague Rules, also referred to as "Inquisitorial Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration," will be officially launched on 14 December 2018 in Prague.
By Richard Evans, Katherine Carter
The Pensions Brief
By Astrid Pieron
As we reported in a "digital economy" update earlier this year, digital taxation has been raising many debates at both the OECD and the EU levels.
By Régine Goury
In a recent decision1, the Cour de cassation (the French civil and criminal Supreme Court) has ruled that a delivery rider using the services of an online platform and an app ("Take Eat Easy")
By Oliver Yaros, Mark Prinsley, Charles-Albert Helleputte, Diletta De Cicco, Guido Zeppenfeld, Dr. Ulrich Worm, Lei Shen, Kendall Burman
The European General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"), which came into force over six months ago, illustrates a significant evolution in European data protection law marked...
By Oliver Yaros, Warsha Kalé, James Harrison, Ryota Nishikawa
Although the EU General Data Protection Regulation entered into force on 25 May 2018, and the obligations under the GDPR have since taken effect, there remain significant uncertainties as regards enforcement.
By Raid Abu-Manneh, Catherina Yurchyshyn
This case relates to a dispute between two Seychellois companies, Eastern European Engineering Ltd ("EEEL") and Vijay Construction (Proprietary) Ltd ("VCL"), arising out of the construction
By Geneviève Michaux, Luca Salernitano
On November 29, 2018, the European Commission published a Notice to Stakeholders on the "Withdrawal of the United Kingdom and EU rules ...
By Mayer Brown
Pre-contract representations can be troublesome. And if a contract does not happen immediately, they can also have staying power.
By Richard Goldstein
Richard looks at the implications for pension schemes of the recent High Court decision in the Lloyds Bank case on GMP equalisation.
By Robert Hobson, Ian McDonald
In the recent case of M&P Enterprises (London) Limited v Norfolk Square (Northern Section) Limited
By Richard Goldstein, Katherine Carter
Two sets of regulations will come into force on 13 January 2019 that implement the requirements of the EU IORP II Directive into UK law.
By Ian Wright, Jay Doraisamy
GMPS are a minimum benefit that schemes that were contracted-out on a salary-related basis between 1978 and 1997 are required to provide
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