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The FCA recently published a policy statement outlining changes to its decision-making processes, in order to make “faster and more...

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The Law Commission has recently published advice to the Government concluding that English common law is sufficiently flexible to deal...

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The recent Upper Tribunal (UT) case of Dunsby v HMRC [2021] UKUT 0289 (TCC) has raised again the issues that parties face when appealing...

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The UK government has indicated that UK banks will be required to provide refunds to victims of “push payment” fraud (also known as “APP”...

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The Supreme Court has dismissed a claim by Richard Lloyd, a former director of Which?, against Google for unlawfully tracking the...

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In episode 3 of our policy in practice podcast David Gauke and Gideon Sanitt chat with Jonathan Pratt about the Government's proposals...

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The US Department of Justice (DoJ) is preparing for an imminent crackdown on corporate crime, warning companies that they must get their...

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15 months ago, we wrote about HMRC’s announced plans to start recovery action of overpaid grants under the Coronavirus Job Retention...

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With the highly anticipated Supreme Court judgment in Lloyd v Google being handed down on Wednesday, the Court of Appeal has recently...

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The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Magnitsky Sanctions (“APPG”), co-chaired by MPs Sir Iain Duncan Smith and Chris Bryant, was formally...

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The recent changes to the restrictions on winding-up petitions will have been disappointing to commercial landlords (see our previous...

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The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (the Tribunal) has allowed a claim on behalf of over two million customers against BT Group for...

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As the use of cryptocurrencies by investors continues to grow so too does the opportunity for fraud in the cryptocurrency sector. In the...

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Where does the boundary lie between “hard-nosed” but legitimate negotiating tactics and the use of illegitimate threats or pressure in...

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The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (the Tribunal) has given Walter Merricks the green light to pursue a claim against Mastercard on...

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Notices of a potential data breach have become facts of life. For companies sending those notices, so have lengthy letters threatening a...