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Mobile payments - change in your pocket with new opportunities

Global - February 18 2015 The mobile payments industry is developing rapidly. Increasingly integrated within the global economy, the ability to make mobile payments brings...

Stella Cramer, Jeremy Tan, Dino Wilkinson, Marcus Evans.

Big data - protecting rights and extracting value

United Kingdom - February 3 2015 Mike Rebeiro and Marcus Evans explain how big data can be used by businesses, law firms and in-house counsel and outline the legal and regulatory...

Marcus Evans.

European infrastructure opportunities - an investment plan for Europe

European Union - December 15 2014 On 26 November 2014, the European Commission announced its investment plan for Europe which is intended to facilitate investments in excess of 315...

Tomas Gärdfors, Harry Theochari, Christopher Brown, Christian Filippitsch, Simon Currie.

Outsourcing in the asset management industry

United Kingdom - May 12 2014 Like many financial services businesses, asset managers have suffered in the global financial crisis. As a result, many asset managers...

Peter Snowdon, Michael Newell, Richard Sheen, Imogen Garner, James Russell.

Hollywood v ISP iiNet held not responsible for its customers’ copyright infringement by Australian Federal Court

Australia - March 24 2010 On 4 February 2010 the Australian Federal Court dismissed a claim by a multi-national alliance of motion picture and recording industry companies, represented by the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT), that iiNet, Australia's third-largest internet service provider, had authorised copyright infringement by failing to stop its customers from using the otherwise legitimate BitTorrent file sharing software system to download copyrighted movies....

Nick Abrahams.