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By Simon Culhane
In a landmark judgment handed down this week, the Commercial Court has decided what constitutes a 'unit' for the purposes of limitation under Article IV Rule 5 of the Hague Rules and the Hague-Visby Rules.
By Susie Abdel-Nabi
In this article we will be looking at the effect of terminating a registered commercial agency and the relevance of "sham" agency arrangements.
By Mark Williamson
This update is dedicated to covering the latest legislative developments affecting the way data is managed and protected, as well as reporting on the most recent news governing data breaches and industry developments.
By Graeme Watson, Karen Rowney
Can a pursuer bring in a new case by amendment after the triennium has expired? It is a matter for the court's discretion, Lady Stacey reminds us in Sellar –v- Greater Glasgow Health Board [2017] CSOH 56.
By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
中国保监会关于加强相互保险组织信息披露有关事项的通知...
By Kay Darling
This case dealt with the issue of whether, despite the original claim being raised within the triennium, was a new claim set out in a subsequent Minute of Amendment time barred.
By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
On 7th April 2017, CIRC published the Rules on the Strengthened Disclosure Requirement for China Mutual Insurers by CIRC (Rules) concerning disclosure requirements for China mutual insurers (China Mutuals).
By Dean Carrigan, John Gallagher, Ben Di Marco
In February 2017, the Australian Federal Parliament passed legislation to amend Australia's privacy law to introduce a mandatory data breach notification regime.
By Mustafa Motiwala
India's economy is growing and growing fast. In fact, it has the potential to become the world's 3rd largest economy in the coming decade.
By Avryl Lattin
This article considers recent developments and future prospects for liberalisation of trade and investment regulation across the Asia Pacific.
By Clare Hatcher
Historically energy trading was focused on a few key products – oil, petroleum products, gas and power.
By Robert Parson
When OPEC signed their historic deal to cut member production by a collective 1.2 million barrels a day, the oil industry celebrated...
By Patrick Murphy
It has been a year since the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was implemented and already the world looks very different to the one in which the deal was agreed.
By Graeme Watson, Karen Rowney
In Malone –v- Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board [2017] CSOH 31, the Court of Session considered informed consent to diagnostic medical procedures.
By Rob Scott, Nicole Gabryk
Data security and cyber breaches are becoming an almost daily occurrence, as is widely reflected in increased publicity and media reports, which also demonstrate that data breaches are growing both in frequency and scope each year.
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