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Bank of England hints at new measures to deal with cloud computing risks in the financial sector

European Union, United Kingdom - October 18 2021 Over recent years, financial services have been increasingly moving to the cloud, with institutions slowly migrating away from existing legacy…

Ash Shah.

Non-fungible Tokens: what’s all the fuss?

Global, United Kingdom - July 5 2021 Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have been around for many years but have recently gained huge traction, taking a variety of different forms such as…

Simi Khagram, Gavin Punia.

Tech & Comms - 2021 Challenges, Opportunities and Predictions

European Union, Global, United Kingdom - December 25 2020 2020 has been one of the most challenging years in living memory, as governments, businesses and individuals have had to adapt to the impact of the…

Christine Yiu, Meggie Zhang, Furat Ashraf, Dr. Miriam Ballhausen, Pablo Berenguer, Matthew Bovaird, Tobias Brautigam, Caroline Brown, Matthew Buckwell, Annarita De Carne, Vojtech Chloupek, Lijun Chui, Laurence Clot, Francine Cunningham, Giuseppe D'Agostino, Piotr Dynowski, Ian Edwards, Lena El-Malak, Lawrence Freeman, Maria Fuentes, Simon Gough, Thomas Hepplewhite, Ben Hughes, Ian Hunter, Valerian Jenny, Thomas Jones, Tiantian Ke, Izabela Kowalczuk-Pakula, Matthew Laight, Mattias Lindberg, Stephanie Lopes, Dylan McGirr, Scott McInnes, Radomír Pivoda, Giuliana Polacco, Gavin Punia, Nicholas Puschman, Anthony Rosen, Kuba Ruiz, Anna Shashina, Feyo Sickinghe, Richard Vary, Sven-Michael Werner, Tomasz Zalewski.

The Three Point Plan to manage your supply contracts in a new normal

United Kingdom - July 10 2020 In easy trading times businesses buy goods and services to meet their then current requirements but also with an eye on the future, expecting service…

Katrina Baxter, Simon Shooter.

AA v Persons Unknown: Cryptocurrencies considered property under English Law following Ransom Demand

United Kingdom - March 11 2020 Cryptoassets such as Bitcoin can constitute property under English law and are capable of being subject to a proprietary injunction, according to a…

Gavin Punia, Ash Shah.