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By Vanessa Delnaud
The Middle East's buzzing commercial platform is attracting more and more international businesses in a wide variety of sectors.
By Samuel Beighton
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA") is consulting on proposed revisions to its current guidance on director disqualification in competition law cases (the "Current Guidance").
By Ben Pearson
An often-cited concern with the FDA's approval process relates to the 510(k) pathway, whereby a medical device may reach the market with a lesser amount of clinical testing.
By Kieran Laird
There have been several cases in recent years in which the courts have considered whether it is permissible to bring a tort claim against a UK parent company in relation to alleged human rights...
By Matt Hervey
Artificial intelligence (AI) already touches many aspects of our lives from smart metering in our homes, automated driver assist in our vehicles and voice activation on smart phones.
By Gowling WLG
The space in which a business operates can say a lot about its culture and values. Over the years, trends have shifted with businesses transforming their working environments from multiple private offices
By Laura Gheorghiu
On May 28, 2018, Canada introduced Bill C‑82 ( "Bill "), which, if passed, will bring into force the Multilateral Convention to Implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to Prevent Base Erosion
By John Coldham, Rebecca Limer
The Shorter Trials Scheme (ST") is one of a raft of measures designed to improve the customer experience of civil justice.
By Michael O'Shea
In the Court of Appeal (CA) decision in North Midland Building Ltd v Cyden Homes Ltd [2018], the TCC judgment at first instance has been unanimously upheld.
By Charles Bond, John Coldham
The CJEU has held that the proprietor of a mark may take action against parallel importers of their products who remove all signs identical to their mark and replace them with other signs...
By Ashley Pigott, Cathy Moore, Catherine Naylor
It makes sense to be aware of what is potentially recoverable before incurring the significant costs of pursuing a claim.
By Tom Cox, Emma Bufton
At our most recent ThinkHouse Foundations event, Senior Associate, Tom Cox, from our Commercial Litigation team spoke about the shape of litigation and the typical challenges experienced by in-house and private...
By Tom Cox, Alexander Wrixon
At our most recent ThinkHouse Foundations event, Associate, Alex Wrixon, from our Commercial Litigation team gave an update on the latest developments in contracts law, looking at how key cases..
By Matt Owen, Emma Bufton
At our most recent Thinkhouse Foundations event, Senior Associate, Matt Owen, from our Banking and Finance Team spoke about guarantees giving a brief recap on the relevant case law ...
By Alex Jay, Ian Weatherall, Kanika Kitchlu-Connolly, Turon Miah, Teresa Edwards
In the case of Absolute Living Developments Ltd (in liquidation) v DS7 Ltd & Others (2018) the Chancery Court held that it was not appropriate to make an order for security for costs...
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