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A recent Court of Appeal decision clarifies the scope of privilege for internal investigations.
Elizabeth Butler, a trainee in the Commercial and Technology team, explores a recent case in which the High Court ruled that a restaurant owner infringed copyright by allowing DJs to play music on his premises without a licence.
Who pays for remedial costs under a JCT Design and Build Contract when there has been no negligence on either side? Susan Wells considers a recent decision of the Supreme Court.
GDPR and cyber security workshops held at the London School of Economics.
Tom Maple, partner in the Dispute Resolution team, takes a closer look at the review of the Bills of Sale Acts, with a particular focus on Logbook Loans, and the Law Commissions proposals for reform.
Cathrine Ripley, partner in the Commercial & Technology team, considers the aftermath of the European Commission’s adoption of the EU-US Privacy Shield arrangement.
Bill Dixon, a partner in the Dispute Resolution & Litigation team, considers the government’s proposals to extend the existing corporate offence of failure to prevent bribery to other economic crimes.
Here's our quick guide to what's happening, when and why the changes are important to UK business - together with our recommendations as to what to do now
Tom Maple, partner in the Dispute Resolution team, takes a closer look at the Gambling Act with reference to a recent High court case involving the Ritz in Mayfair and a high stakes gambler.