Class action data breach litigation under CPR 19.6 is given the green light by the Court of Appeal in Lloyd v Google

The recent judgment by the English Court of Appeal in Lloyd v Google LLC [2019] EWCA Civ 1599, a large-scale data breach claim, provides helpful insight into the operation of CPR 19.6.

05 December 2019

The European Court of Justice demonstrates in its recent ruling that the territorial scope of the right to de-referencing can be limited to the EU in certain circumstances'right-to-be-forgotten'-to-the-eu

The CJEU rules that Google, in its dispute with French Data Protection Authority (CNIL), only had to 'de-reference' from all its sites within the EU and not all its sites worldwide. In doing so, the CJEU has recognised the difficulty in creating a global ...

29 October 2019

The recognition and enforcement of UK judgments in Singapore post no deal Brexit

This article discusses how UK judgments in Singapore would be recognised following the UK leaving the EU without a deal.

26 September 2019

ECJ Decision: The end of the Germany’s darling SEPA direct debit?

The ECJ ruled on 5 September 2019 (Case C-28/18) that the acceptance of payments via SEPA direct debit by companies shall not be made conditional to the customer's place of residence.

13 September 2019

Dispute Resolution London Update July 2019

Our London disputes team is delighted to provide you with the latest edition of our Dispute Resolution bulletin featuring articles on topical dispute resolution issues, recent legal developments and an introduction as to why we are 'In Your Corner'. In ...

23 July 2019