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UK Competition and Markets Authority moves to clean up “green washing” marketing claims

United Kingdom - November 3 2020 On Monday 2 November, the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announced that it is examining how products and services claiming to be…

Christine Graham, Claire Temple, Edward Turtle.

Skansen Interiors Limited: The UK’s first contested prosecution under S7 of the Bribery Act

United Kingdom - April 26 2018 The recent conviction of UK company Skansen Interiors Limited (SIL), for the corporate offence of failure to prevent bribery has caused controversy…

Fighting Corruption: The Pursuit and Recovery of Stolen Assets

Global - April 12 2018 The crippling effect of corruption in many States throughout the world is well documented and the statistics are alarming - the World Bank estimates…

Sanctions: what tech companies should consider

USA - August 30 2017 While sanctions restrict trade and dealings with specified individuals, entities and states, export controls restrict the distribution of specified…

What US GCs should know about choosing an Arbitral Institution and Rules

Global - July 4 2016 If parties have opted for international arbitration as a method of dispute resolution, it will be necessary to consider whether to choose a…

Laurence Harris.