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A Sea Change for Beneficiaries' Right to Information?

European Union, United Kingdom - March 3 2017 In the recent case of Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing, the Court of Appeal issued a ruling about the right of beneficiaries who are Data…

Costs sanctions for failing to respond to an offer to mediate: a warning to litigants in the UK

Canada, United Kingdom - February 19 2014 A recent UK Court of Appeal judgment demonstrates a clear and unequivocal endorsement of mediation and makes clear that a party who refuses to…

Rasha Albazaz.

Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing - High Court’s Ongoing Interpretation of the Data Protection Act

United Kingdom - May 22 2019 In the latest development the matter was remitted to the High Court following a landmark decision in the Court of Appeal whereby Taylor Wessing was…

Jennifer Ronz.

Changes to non-domiciled status announced in the UK Summer Budget 2015

United Kingdom - July 15 2015 Following the United Kingdom’s General Election in May, George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, gave the new government’s first budget speech on…

Claire Murray.

A ‘sporting’ attack on the sanctity of legal privilege?

USA - March 23 2021 The Supreme Court recently refused to overturn the decision of the Court of Appeal in Financial Reporting Council Ltd v Sports Direct International…

Jannika Glendon, Jennifer Ronz.