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By Angus Finnegan, Korolyn Rouhani-Arani
On 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the EU. As with other sectors, the uncertainty around Brexit appears to be having an impact on the telecoms sector in terms of the timing of transactions and the risk of business relocations.
By Mark Owen
We look at some of the legal tools around reputation management from the perspective of defendants and claimants, including the impact of the Defamation Act 2013, and the use of privacy injunctions.
By Mark Owen
Every big city seems to have a Harry's Bar, some of them very famous, and so an attempt to trade mark the term across the EU was an ambitious move.
By Mark Owen
The results announced today of the UK's referendum on leaving the EU will have an impact on our clients' European trade mark, copyright and design protection but not yet. It is not yet known what impact it will have and when.
By Richard Colebourn
Cosy Seal Insulation Ltd (the Company) fitted insulation for homeowners and sold the corresponding carbon emission savings to energy companies.
By Katherine Hudson
Automatic stays on proceedings are imposed by Article 20 of the UNCITRAL Model Law (and mirrored in s.130(2) IA 1986).
By Neil Smyth
There have been conflicting decisions on whether a person may be made the subject of any income payments order (IPO).
By Ralf Van Der Pas
Rabobank had established a pledge on goods delivered to Kwekerij (Revadap) subject to retention of title.
By Katherine Hudson
The liquidation of a Gibraltar company, Lemma, had been recognised in the UK and consequently, pursuant to Article 20 of the UNCITRAL Model Law, an automatic stay on English proceedings had been imposed.
By Malti Shah
These views are limited to English law and do not apply to credit institutions and insurance undertakings, which are subject to their own regimes in the UK and across the EU.
By Katie Chandler, Debbie Heywood, Sian Skelton
Consumer protection law in the UK has recently undergone a complete overhaul.
By Susanne Fruhstorfer, Anna Geissler, Andreas Howadt
Creditors of an insolvent entity file their claims against the entity with the insolvency administrator (Germany) or insolvency court (Austria).
By Amy Patterson
The administrators appointed to Hellas Telecommunications instructed Slaughter & May to act during the course of the administration and agreed their fees.
By Alison Gordon
On 20 June, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the European Community and its member states cannot claim damages from RJR Nabisco for alleged violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.
By Nizam Ismail
The new AML Department will streamline the existing responsibilities for regulatory policies relating to money laundering and terrorist financing.
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