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Mathys & Squire
This could have a chilling effect on actions by UK litigants in Europe, particularly for startups and SMEs with limited funding.
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Russell-Cooke Solicitors
It was a macabre report from India where a husband was sentenced to a double life sentence for buying a snake (a spectacled cobra) which he then used as a way to murder his wife.
W Legal
A recent employment tribunal decision held that a former Marketing Director of a company with over 800 employees and a turnover of £76 million was discriminated against when she announced...
Volterra Fietta
The Regional Agreement on Access to Information, Public Participation and Justice in Environmental Matters in Latin America and the Caribbean, adopted in Escazú, Costa Rica, on 4 March 2018, entered into force on 22 April 2021.
Volterra Fietta
The United Kingdom ("UK") is in the market for trade deals, with potential new benefits for a number of States and both inbound and outbound investors.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
Buying a property is a complicated and stressful process. Although the majority of property transactions proceed without a hitch
Quadrant Chambers
In a judgment handed down this morning, the experienced former Admiralty Judge Sir Nigel Teare dismissed a claim, brought by the Owners of the PANAMAX ALEXANDER against the Owners of the ...
Hillier Hopkins
Of all the financial challenges and concerns that we face over our lifetimes, avoiding running out of money in retirement probably sits at the top of the list.
Hillier Hopkins
The late Jack Bogle – the founder of Vanguard left us all with a simple mantra that he repeated almost every time he wrote an article or gave an interview ‘costs matter'.
Hillier Hopkins
The war for talent is heating up and wage inflation is once again stalking businesses. What can employers do to manage and minimise that risk?
Wrigleys Solicitors
A look at the key structuring and decision making processes which are put in place for a successful employee owned business.
Gatehouse Chambers
Brie Stevens-Hoare QC and Cameron Stocks discuss the practical and tactical impact of the Court of Appeal's decision in Hirachand v Hirachand ...
3Kites Consulting
Imagine spending hundreds of thousands on a Rolls Royce only to kit it out with plastic seats or an underpowered engine – this would devalue the car from the outset…
BCL Solicitors LLP
Using a computer to predict criminal behavior sounds like the stuff of science fiction. Yet police are already using algorithmic technology to identify and deter the offenders of tomorrow.
BCL Solicitors LLP
Bishop Climate Wiseman of Kingdom Church recently appeared at Inner London Crown Court on fraud charges following a Trading Standards investigation by Southwark Council.
Gowling WLG
Last month, the UK Court decided that a party who has been held to infringe a valid and essential patent must provide an irrevocable commitment to take whatever FRAND licence the Court determines...
Withers LLP
Just like a teacher catching school children copying each other's papers in an exam, one judge sitting in Bury St Edmund's Divorce Centre (the court which now deals with most of the divorce petitions in England)...
Withers LLP
Rather fortuitously, I moved to Northern Ireland about six months before COVID-19 struck. Instead of lockdown in my old London flat with its small garden backing onto a tube line...
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Mathys & Squire
Prior to this discovery, it was believed that just two types of catalysts were available: namely metal complexes and enzymes.
Volterra Fietta
Somewhat abruptly, the planet entered into a new and rapidly accelerating space race. Latin America and the Caribbean have decided to join that race.
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