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By Dean Carrigan, John Gallagher
Organisations that contract with the Commonwealth Government face strict information handling and data management obligations in those contractual arrangements.
By Fergal Cathie, Edward Scandrett
The decade since the enactment of the Legal Services Act 2007 (the "LSA") has seen significant regulatory reform in the legal sector...
By Shabnam Karim, Mark Beswetherick
News in the last few days of a large cyber-attack, in the form of "WannaCry" ransomware affecting many sectors including the NHS in the UK, has caused alarm around the world.
By Anne Hoffmann
On 8 May 2017, Clyde & Co's Dubai office hosted a breakfast Q&A with Gary Born in collaboration with Hogan Lovells LLP and Middlesex University Dubai, moderated by Anne K. Hoffmann of...
By Ian Roberts, Siobain Creaney
In a landmark decision, the Singapore Court of Appeal has adopted a new legal test to determine the standard of care in relation to the provision of medical advice.
By Dean Carrigan, John Gallagher, Gabi Cohen
In a world of an ever increasing volume of data, there is little room for businesses to be complacent when it comes to data governance and management.
By Harry Riyat
Wilkes v DePuy (2016) – QBD departs from previous authorities on "Defect" claims under the Consumer Protection Act 1987 and confirms no requirement of absolute safety in all circumstances...
By Nicole Truong
Extreme weather events, such as the heavy rainfall and flooding we've witnessed this spring in Quebec and in British Columbia, inevitably lead to discussions about the impact of climate change...
By Ray Smith, David Blumenthal
Tonnage Tax is an optional alternative method of calculating the corporation tax of shipping companies based in the UK.
By Matthew Pokarier, Ben Di Marco, Nitesh Patel
Australia's mandatory data breach notification laws will come into effect by 28 February 2018.
By June Yeum, Danna Er, Gerald Leong, James Song
The Singapore High Court has on a number of occasions considered the issue of when an anti-suit injunction in aid of an arbitration may be issued.
By Nathalie David
In February the European Parliament voted by a wide margin to approve the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)...
By Nigel Brook
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
By Dean Carrigan, John Gallagher, Nitesh Patel, David Moore
With data increasingly being seen as a valuable trading commodity, the sale and purchase of customer information is now big business and transactions relating to or involving databases...
By James Preece, Alexia Prakas
In November 2016, we published an article considering the standard of proof in lawyers' disciplinary proceedings, in light of the High Court's obiter comments in the case of Solicitors Regulation Authority v Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal [2016] EWHC 2862 (Admin) ("the Arslan judgment").
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