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By Kirti Tiwari-Mehta, Clare Prower, Jack Palmer-Coole
Gender pay is making headlines, but why now? From 6 April 2017 employers in the UK with 250 or more employees are required to publish figures on their own website and a dedicated government website, ...
By Stuart McMaster
From 25 May, the GDPR will make more people liable for financial penalties if they mishandle customers' personal data.
By Kirti Tiwari-Mehta, Clare Prower
Gender pay is making headlines, but why now? From 6 April 2017 employers in the UK with 250 or more employees are required to publish figures on their own website ...
By Mishcon De Reya
If you were a victim of fraud, how hard or easy would it be to recover your assets? First you'd have to trace them. Fraud is a borderless industry and fraudsters move fast and globally.
By Jeremy Hertzog
Welcome to our review of the significant developments in protection and enforcement of brands, designs and copyright in 2017.
By Larry Nathan
Exit is a word that has so much meaning for an entrepreneur. It can be the realisation of a dream, sometimes a culmination of a lifetime's work and recognition of success and the struggle that preceded.
By Adam Rose, Stefania Littleboy
With General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in Spring 2018, our guest columnists explore the legal and practical implications of using mobile messengers in the healthcare sector and finding a balance between convenience and compliance.
By Alex Pattihis, Alex Barker
Whilst this particular case did not involve a construction contract, getting the termination notice wrong is a common risk in construction.
By Daniel Farrand
On Wednesday 31 January, The Times reminded us that in last November's budget speech, chancellor Philip Hammond promised a review of un-implemented planning consents.
By Chloe Hamilton, Nick Nocton, Niki Stephens
Yesterday, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) published the results of its investigation into marketing practices in the gambling sector.
By Johnny Kelly
Last December we looked at the new edition of the Telecoms Code which we expected to come into force around Christmas: see The new Telecoms Code – is it an upgrade?
By Susannah Kintish
It will be some months before we have a better idea of exactly how exactly the government is going to address the concerns raised in the Taylor Review.
By Jo Rickards, Matthew Ewens
A new regime of plea bargain style cooperation agreements will come into force in Japan this June, in a further instalment to reforms of the Japanese Criminal Procedure Code.
By Gareth Minty, Tim Thompson
Managing associates Gareth Minty and Tim Thompson discuss the Criminal Finances Act, and the consequences of failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion.
By Sam Ruback
The Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA"), the UK's financial regulatory body, issued a warning this week about the threat from online investment fraud.
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