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UK Ruling a “Significant Step” Toward Certainty for COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims

United Kingdom - September 21 2020 On 15 September 2020, the High Court handed down judgment in The Financial Conduct Authority v Arch and Others, which determined issues of principle…

Alice O'Donovan, Chloe S. Steele, Hardeep S. Nahal, Harry Poland, Simon Hems.

Subject Access Requests and Cross-Border Privilege: Tips for In-House Counsel

European Union - August 17 2020 The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) contains the much-publicised right of subject access, which gives an individual the right to…

Alice O'Donovan.

Changes to UK Insolvency Law to Mitigate the Economic Impact of COVID-19

United Kingdom - April 3 2020 To assist businesses dealing with the economic impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, on March 28, 2020, the UK government followed in the…

Hardeep S. Nahal, Harry Poland, Jennifer J. Kafcas, Marc C. Isaacs, Mehboob R. Dossa.

Reflections on a sentence: spooking the city

United Kingdom - August 7 2015 Tom Hayes emerges from his trial at Southwark Crown Court for LIBOR manipulation as a very considerable loser, who took some very bad decisions in…

Andrew P. Thornton-Dibb, David N. Kirk.

Bribery Act 2010: the first three convictions

United Kingdom - May 14 2013 Whilst attention continues to focus on the on-going absence of a corporate prosecution for bribery by the SFO, it is worth reflecting on the…