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In a landmark decision, the English High Court has granted a widower’s request to use the last embryo created with his late wife to try...
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The most recent in a flurry of proposed class action proceedings brought before the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal is a £9.9bn claim...
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The FCA has fined a former non-executive director (NED) £80,000 for negligently disclosing inside information to senior individuals at...
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On 3 August, the UK Government announced the launch of the Public Sector Fraud Authority (the Authority), a new body tasked with tackling...
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The English High Court has again addressed the question of how parties can exclude the right of appeal on a question of law in respect of...
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On 21 July 2022, new sanctions cutting off Russia’s access to the UK’s business and management consulting, accounting and PR services...
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The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (the Tribunal) has refused to certify the opt-out collective proceedings orders (CPOs) sought by two...
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We are delighted to have assisted the Financial Markets Standards Board with its second edition of the Behaviour-pattern Conduct Analysis...
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The Court of Appeal has granted permission for a significant group action to proceed against one of the world’s largest mining concerns,...
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The case of D’Aloia v Binance Holdings & Others [2022] EWHC 1723 (Ch) raises two important developments in the rapidly developing field...
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Under 28 U.S.C. § 1782 (“Section 1782”), US federal district courts may order parties based in the US to provide evidence for “use in a...
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The Quincecare duty has made the news once again. We recently commented on RBS v JP SPC 4 & another [2022] UKPC 18 and Philipp v Barclays...
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Following the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022’s expedited passage through Parliament in March 2022, the Office of...
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The UK’s Law Commission has published its options paper for reform of corporate criminal liability. This much-anticipated report sets out...
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As a successful party in litigation, content with the outcome of a decision, you would not expect to have to give immediate consideration...
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Since December 2021, UK organisations have been providing welcome safeguards for consumers dabbling in the unregulated world of...