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Understanding Brexit
22 May 2019

Understanding Brexit

Despite all the information available on Brexit, it is sometimes difficult to work out where we are in the process. This page steps back from the detail and gives an over..
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22 May 2019

UPDATE

Understanding Brexit

Despite all the information available on Brexit, it is sometimes difficult to work out where we are in the process. This page steps back from the detail and gives an over..
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22 May 2019

UPDATE

Put it in writing as soon as possible; The key principles involved when..

Following the recent Supreme Court case of Wells v Devani [2019] UKSC 4; [2018] PLSCS 33, Andrew Myers looks at how the Court's decison provides a salutary reminder to all..
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21 May 2019

UPDATE

Art law - recent developments

Welcome to the latest issue of our "Art law - recent developments" newsletter in which we discuss legal issues currently affecting the global art community.
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21 May 2019

UPDATE

Further Court of Appeal clarification on the treatment of competing jur..

The Court of Appeal has given further clarification on the treatment of competing jurisdiction clauses in its recent decision in BNP Paribas SA v Trattamento Rifiuti Metro..
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21 May 2019

UPDATE

Loi PACTE et SCPI : suite et… « clap de fin »

Dans notre update du 12 avril 2019, nous vous informions de l’élargissement, envisagé par le projet définitif de Loi PACTE
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20 May 2019

UPDATE

GDPR one year on - time for the annual data protection review

Now that we are one year on from the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we are assisting our clients with their annual data protection review..
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15 May 2019

UPDATE

Interpreting ISDA: positive results on negative interest rates

A number of recent cases in the Court of Appeal and Commercial Court have examined the meaning of standard terms in ISDA contracts.
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15 May 2019

UPDATE

Do you know what you agreed to?

On 14 May 2019, the English Commercial Court once again reminded commercial parties that they will be held to their contract.
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