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PRO Compliance | United Kingdom | 11 Jan 2021

English court strikes down GCHQ hacking warrants

The UK’s signals intelligence agency cannot use broad warrants to interfere with computer equipment, the High Court of England and Wales has ruled.
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Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP | European Union, United Kingdom | 20 Apr 2020

Crisis Prompts European Countries To Step Up Protections Against Foreign M&A

The coronavirus pandemic has weakened European economies and companies. EU and national governments have expressed concern that foreign investors may…
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Garrigues | Egypt, Kenya, Libya | 24 Jul 2019

International Arbitration Newsletter - July 2019 | Regional Overview: Middle East and Africa

The East Cairo Court of Misdemeanour Appeals rejected an appeal by Egyptian arbitrators Mohammed Said Hasanein and Abul-Ella Al-Nimir against their…
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Gatehouse Chambers | United Kingdom | 19 Jul 2019

Service on a Sovereign State Part II: Play it again Sam on What, When, How, and Why?

Clarification on the juncture between service, enforcing arbitration awards, and the State Immunity Act 1978: since our first comment on these…
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Dechert LLP | Libya, United Kingdom | 18 Jul 2019

Enforcement Against a Sovereign State: A Relaxation of the Rules of Service

Sovereign States have, for a long time, enjoyed a degree of protection from the English courts under the State Immunity…
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Baker McKenzie | United Kingdom | 31 May 2019

Whistleblowing: Court of Appeal rules that a Tribunal had no jurisdiction to hear a whistleblowing detriment claim against an overseas colleague

The Court of Appeal has overturned an EAT decision that held that a Tribunal had jurisdiction to hear a whistleblowing detriment claim brought by a…
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Gatehouse Chambers | United Kingdom | 6 Feb 2019

Service on a Sovereign State: What, When, How, and Why?

In 2016, an Arbitral Tribunal made an award against the Defendant State of Libya in favour of the Claimant, a UK company. In accordance with CPR r 62…
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Slaughter and May | European Union, United Kingdom | 24 Jan 2019

Financial Regulation Weekly Bulletin - 24 January 2019

The Council of the European Union has published the outcome of a meeting of the Economic and Financial Affairs Council held on 22 January 2019. Among…
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DAC Beachcroft | United Kingdom | 2 Jan 2019

Defendant's investigations persuade Court not to exercise discretion on Mau Mau limitation question

The question of whether the Court should exercise its discretion to allow a statute-barred claim to continue was considered by the High Court in its…
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Macfarlanes LLP | United Kingdom | 24 Oct 2018

No-deal Brexit sanctions policy: Foreign & Commonwealth Office technical note

The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) has published a technical note explaining how the UK would implement sanctions if the UK leaves the EU without…
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