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Bird & Bird LLP | United Kingdom | 10 Jun 2021

Court of Appeal rules on hotel’s liability under section 2 of the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957 in circumstances where the guest had run an obvious risk

The English Court of Appeal in The White Lion Hotel (A Partnership) v Deborah Jayne James (On her own behalf and in her capacity as personal…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Austria, Canada, etc. | 4 Jun 2021

Singapore data protection law not about privacy, judge rules

In ruling that loss of control damages are unavailable under Singapore data protection law, a judge has concluded that the legislation is less focused on privacy than its international counterparts.

Osborne Clarke | United Kingdom | 29 Apr 2021

Financial services complaints: when is a complaint not a complaint?

Institutions must follow detailed rules, laid down by the Financial Conduct Authority, as to how and when they must deal with complaints by their…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, United Kingdom | 21 Apr 2021

Ofcom and Royal Mail clash over interpretation of Intel ruling

The UK’s communications regulator has argued that it correctly considered the as-efficient competitor test in its decision to fine the country’s incumbent postal operator £50 million for abuse of dominance and that its decision did not infringe principles laid out in the European Court of Justice’s Intel ruling.

Locke Lord LLP | United Kingdom | 14 Apr 2021

Undisclosed commission - a source of relief?

On 31 March 2021, the Court of Appeal[1] decided that a "fiduciary relationship" between broker and borrower is not a necessary pre-condition for the…

ParrisWhittaker | Bahamas, United Kingdom | 12 Apr 2021

When can an injunction be made against ‘persons unknown’?

Civil remedies can be highly flexible - injunctive relief is one such an example, an important to tool to protect your interests. The specialist…

Locke Lord LLP | United Kingdom | 8 Apr 2021

Full and final settlement…a second bite at the cherry!

The Court of Appeal's decision in CFL Finance v Laser Trust (2021)[1] is a reminder (if one is needed) that agreements to resolve disputes (i.e…

Des Voeux Chambers | United Kingdom | 6 Apr 2021

Paul Newman New Homes Ltd v Secretary of State [2021] EWCA iv 15

The Court of Appeal, yet again, was asked to consider the interpretation of para. 11d) of the NPPF in a case where an Inspector dismissed an appeal…

Doughty Street Chambers | United Kingdom | 24 Mar 2021

Private prosecutions after the Post Office debacle

Private criminal prosecutions, those brought in the criminal courts by corporate entities or individuals, have increased in recent years as…

RPC | United Kingdom | 23 Mar 2021

Reasonable enquiries must be made upon receipt of potentially confidential information

The Court of Appeal recently held that a recipient of information will be bound by a duty of confidentiality if it was reasonable for them to have…
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