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By Anna Pertoldi, Maura McIntosh, Jan O'Neill
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the documents of a dissolved company remain privileged, regardless of whether there is anyone who can assert the company's privilege
By Joel Smith, Laura Adde
There has been some debate about whether certain products will cease to be available in the UK market in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
By Julian Lincoln, Anna Jaffe
Shortly after the release of the communiqué from the most recent ministerial meetings of the ‘Five Countries' security alliance — Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US — at the end of July
By Julian Copeman, Harry Edwards, Miriam Everett, Maura McIntosh
The Court of Appeal has held that an action for alleged data breaches using the CPR 19.6 representative action procedure can go ahead, overturning the High Court's
By Anna Pertoldi
Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of UK, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
By Nigel Farr, Tim West, Nish Dissanayake, Stephen Newby
The FCA has updated the draft transitional direction and draft prudential transitional direction (with explanatory note) under its Temporary Transitional Powers (TTP). Key updates include
By Fiona Sawyer, Jane McMenemy
In June, we wrote a quick summary of the report "Land for the Many". Land for the Many was written by a team headed...
By Christian Leathley, Amal Bouchenaki, Robert Dawes, Christine Sim
As we have explained in a previous post, Section 1782 of the United States Code (28 USC § 1782, titled "Assistance to foreign and international tribunals and to litigants before such tribunals")
By Herbert Smith Freehills
We were delighted to host a Brexit breakfast discussion, chaired by Nusrat Zar (Partner in our Public Law practice), on 26 September 2019
By Miriam Everett, Jamie Ball
The Court of Justice of the European Union has confirmed in the Planet49 case that a pre-ticked checkbox does not constitute valid consent for ePrivacy purposes.
By Herbert Smith Freehills
The UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, wrote yesterday to the European Commission President, Mr Juncker, to set out the UK's plan for resolving the Irish backstop issue.
By Joel Smith, Rebekah Gay, Laura Deacon, Jessica Welborn
In our recent report on our clients' perspectives on managing innovation in their organisations "Open Innovation: Collaborate To Innovate" we shared our insights into ...
By Claire Wiseman, Hayley Brady, Aaron White
As the 31 October 2019 deadline for the UK to leave the EU draws ever closer, uncertainty continues to remain as to whether any such departure will be accompanied
By Chris Bushell, Susannah Cogman, Gary Horlock, Ceri Morgan
In a recent decision, the High Court has found that the terms of a Facility Agreement governed by English law allowed the borrower to withhold payment of interest instalments
By Barbara Roth, Tyler Hendry
Significant changes announced over the past two weeks will entitle approximately 1.3 million US workers to overtime pay and severely restrict the use of independent contractors ...
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