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How effective is your tiered dispute resolution clause? Lessons from Ohpen Operations v Invesco

United Kingdom - September 25 2019 The recent English High Court case of Ohpen Operations UK Limited v Invesco Fund Managers Limited highlights some of the issues arising when parties…

Adrian Lifely

Financial sanctions: OFSI imposes its first monetary penalty for breach of financial sanctions:

United Kingdom - May 20 2019 As we previously reported in June 2017, under the Policing and Crime Act 2017, the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) was granted…

UK Regulatory Outlook

European Union, United Kingdom - February 28 2019 Many businesses will by now have well-established Brexit planning groups in place to mitigate business-critical risks in the event of a no deal Brexit…

Katrina Anderson, Paul Anning, Kevin Barrow, John Davidson-Kelly, Matthew Germain, Tom Harding, Charlotte Harris, Julian Hemming, Ashley Hurst, Nick Johnson, Kate Johnson, Katherine Kirrage, Mary Lawrence, Anna Lundy, Greg McQuade, Ashley Morgan, Simon Neill, Will Robertson, Jon Round, Jeremy Summers, Mark Taylor, Katie Vickery, Charlie Wedin, Catherine Wolfenden, Nikki Worden

Philip Green Injunction: is anonymity for celebrities really worth the potential backlash?

United Kingdom - October 30 2018 The disclosure by Lord Hain in Parliament that Sir Philip Green was the individual who had obtained an anonymous privacy injunction against the…

Ashley Hurst

Sir Cliff Richard v The BBC | Blurring the lines between libel and privacy law

United Kingdom - August 1 2018 On 18 July 2018, Mr Justice Mann handed down the eagerly awaited judgment in the case of Sir Cliff Richard v The BBC. The decision, which blurs the…

Ashley Hurst