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Freeths | United Kingdom | 17 Oct 2019

Real Estate law: A sign of the times?

In this podcast Kerrie Deakin and Heloise Horton, Freeths professional support lawyers, discuss the recent case of Neocleous v Rees, where the Court

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Freeths | United Kingdom, European Union | 17 Oct 2019

The Queen’s Speech reintroduces legislation to end free movement.

The niftily named Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill was introduced in the last session of Parliament but was lost to

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Freeths | United Kingdom | 17 Oct 2019

Is going to court worth it?

As the National Head of Freeths' Property Litigation Team, writing an article with a title of "Is going to court worth it?" sounds a bit like turkeys

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Freeths | United Kingdom | 17 Oct 2019

Litigation Risk Management: the Cornerstones

It's well known that the business world faces ever increasing regulatory and litigation risk - the real question is how to manage that risk

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Freeths | United Kingdom | 17 Oct 2019

Race discrimination - Unconscious bias & shifting the burden of proof

The recent Court of Appeal decision in the case of Base Childrenswear v Otshudi has provided some useful guidance about how to answer two potentially

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Freeths | United Kingdom | 9 Oct 2019

Consumer law: can you make consumers responsible for returning defective goods?

In this podcast Kerrie Deakin and Jessica Brickley, Freeths professional support lawyers, talk about a recent case relating to the return of

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Freeths | United Kingdom, European Union | 9 Oct 2019

Deal or no-deal, what happens to arbitration?

Deal or no-deal, Brexit will have very little impact on arbitration. The Arbitration Act 1996, which sets out a robust and arbitration friendly legal

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Freeths | United Kingdom, European Union | 8 Oct 2019

Brexit implications for data protection

In this podcast Freeths partner Deryck Houghton, specialist in IT and data law, joins professional support lawyer Jessica Brickley to discuss the

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Freeths | United Kingdom | 30 Sep 2019

Disclosure Pilot for the Business and Property Courts - Working In-House

At the beginning of 2019, a new disclosure pilot was introduced for those litigating in the Business and Property Courts. It does not currently apply

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Freeths | United Kingdom | 30 Sep 2019

Tier 1 Exceptional Talent: Latest figures from Tech Nation and the Royal Academy of Engineering

In response to a recent Freedom of Information Request the Home Office has provided revealing data about the numbers of successful and unsuccessful

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