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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 ...
The ACCC's Final Report in the Digital Platforms Inquiry recommends that digital platforms with more than one million monthly active users in Australia should implement an industry code of conduct to govern the handling ...
Head of French Arbitration, Jalal El Ahdab, has created a video explaining the basics of international arbitration in simplified terms, or "to my grandma".
Limitation is one of the first questions any dispute resolution lawyer must consider when looking at a potential dispute. The effects of limitation can bar a claim. Our Country Comparative tool on Disputes+ simplifies ...
Recent case law demonstrates applications relating to disclosure made after 1 January 2019 will be dealt with in accordance with the new Disclosure Pilot Scheme ("DPS").
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.
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.
Risk mitigation is an essential element of any cross-border deal or investment.
So when your trade mark is infringed online in Europe, where should proceedings be brought?
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.