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By Amalia Stone, Lisa Emanuel, Ashna Taneja, Anna Jaffe
The Government's response emphasised the need to balance issues associated with digital platforms becoming an "essential input" in today's digital economy with creating a regulatory environment...
By Herbert Smith Freehills
The real estate sector has been at the centre of many of the most significant changes that are impacting the modern world.
By Jeremy Birch, Kyle Wombolt, Peter Jones
Big data is rapidly changing the way in which regulators and law enforcement conduct an investigation and build a case.
By Gregg Rowan, Helen Mould, James Page
Since 2016, common fund orders have been made in a number of Australian class actions under a particular statutory provision...
By Anna Pertoldi, Maura McIntosh
In a recent decision, the High Court refused to order the defendants to disclose further documents, beyond the 95 documents they had already...
By Karen Anderson, Jenny Stainsby, William Hallatt, Luke Hastings
Herbert Smith Freehills' Financial Services Regulatory (FSR) team surveys the regulatory landscape in 2020 and identifies some themes that we expect to be at the core of regulatory priorities globally in the next 12 months.
By Miriam Everett, Lauren Hudson
The ICO (the UK privacy regulator) has published draft guidance on the right of individuals under the GDPR to access their data. Key takeaways include:
By Alan Watts, Anna Pertoldi, Maura McIntosh
This article has been extracted from our "A litigator's yearbook: 2019 (England and Wales)". If you would like to read the full yearbook (which covers key developments relating to a range of topics...
By Liza Carver, Patrick Gay
On 6 December 2019, the ACCC launched its first enforcement proceedings under the new ‘effects test' prohibition on misuse of market power.
By Susannah Cogman, Daniel Hudson, Brian Spiro, Graham More
Welcome to the December 2019 edition of our corporate crime update - our round up of developments in relation to corruption, money laundering, fraud, sanctions and related matters.
By Susannah Cogman, Daniel Hudson, Brian Spiro, Kate Meakin, Graham More
Welcome to the December 2019 edition of our corporate crime update – our round up of developments in relation to corruption, money laundering, fraud, sanctions and related matters.
By James Palmer, Dorothy Livingston, Andrew Cannon, Andrew Lidbetter, Nick Pantlin, Eric White, Hannah Ambrose
Since the US Dollar departed from the gold standard in 1971 much of the world has abandoned or substantially relaxed capital and exchange controls.
By Herbert Smith Freehills
Employment rights have been a key political battleground during both the Brexit process and the current general election campaign and, unsurprisingly, the approaches of the two main political
By Stephen Newby, Emma Reid
In the context of Brexit, asset managers may consider equivalence as an option for accessing EU markets without obtaining separate authorisations in the absence of a financial services passport
By Herbert Smith Freehills
The witness evidence working group has today published its report on the use of factual witness evidence in trials before the Business and Property Courts
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