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  1. Legal news
    23 May 2019
    How to Control the New Industry? – The Digital Competition Expert Panel's Report

    The Panel has made it clear that various features of digital platforms result in markets "tipping" to a single winner in a short period.

  2. Legal news
    23 May 2019
    Rescission for misrepresentation: a lower hurdle for claimants in cases of fraud

    Those seeking to unravel a contract on the basis of a pre-contractual fraudulent statement will not have to show that the statement in question was the reason they entered into the contract in order to succeed in their ...

  3. Legal news
    23 May 2019
    Could rolling out new technology leave you exposed under existing software licences?

    Increasingly competitive marketplaces require companies to keep up to date with the latest trends in technology so they can operate efficiently and provide customers with high quality services.

  4. Legal news
    23 May 2019
    Is your IP structure at risk of HMRC investigation?

    Profit diversion remains high on HMRC's agenda. As a reminder of this, HMRC have launched a new Profit Diversion Compliance Facility (the PDCF)

  5. Legal news
    08 March 2019
    Brexit uncertainty may be causing frustration but is it frustrating contracts? We look for guidance in the Court's ruling on the European Medicines Agency's lease.

    The EMA, an agency of the European Union, took out a 25-year lease on 21 October 2014 in respect of premises in Canary Wharf. On 2 August 2017 it wrote to the landlord stating that "if and when Brexit occurs, we will be ...

  6. Legal news
    23 May 2019
    Is Operational resilience as important to the Financial Services sector as Financial Resilience?

    As technology advances, the capacity for damaging operational failures increases, particularly as banks look to upgrade their legacy systems by migrating to new network infrastructure.

  7. Legal news
    23 May 2019
    Global regulation threatens to take a bite out of the FAANGs

    A raft of new laws and closer regulatory scrutiny will be one of the biggest challenges for the FAANGs (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google, and similar companies) in 2019 and beyond.

  8. Legal news
    23 May 2019
    Jurisdiction in Online Trade Mark Infringement Litigation

    So when your trade mark is infringed online in Europe, where should proceedings be brought?

  9. Legal news
    23 May 2019
    Can investigators seize personal data in a post-GDPR world?

    Picture the scene; investigators of the European Commission burst into your offices, collect laptops and mobile phones of a number of employees and start to make copies of the data on these devices.