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Net zero construction: the problem with embodied carbon

The UK government's broad commitment to "build back better" following the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has been welcomed by


ASA issues guidance on advertising in-game purchases

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has issued new guidance following a public consultation into how the Advertising Codes should apply

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Marketinglaw Update: September 2021

Beyond this edition, you may also be interested in: a webinar on environmental claims (plus more information on decarbonisation); and


CJEU decides electronically supplied software can be a 'good' under the Commercial Agents Directive

In a much-anticipated judgment, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled that the supply of computer

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Future of work

Future of Work podcast | The hybrid working series: mitigating IP & commercial risks

The last 18 months or so has seen businesses relying on newer and more effective technology systems and processes to

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Decarbonising supply chain disputes through effective contract management

Environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) criteria have become a central component of effective corporate governance. The risks posed by

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Real Estate and Infrastructure

Negligence – what does it mean anyway?

Our previous Insight on the Supreme Court's judgment in Triple Point Technology v PTT focused on the court's welcome return

Financial Services

Cryptoexchange ordered to reveal account holder information linked to multi-million cryptocurrency fraud

As further crypto-asset disputes come before the English High Court, it continues to deploy the legal tools available to assist

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Tech, Media and Comms

Online Safety Bill: Parliament and DCMS proceed with separate scrutiny and inquiry into the draft online safety law

There is now further clarity on the timing of pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Online Safety Bill, following the establishment

Dispute resolution

High Court finds that investigative report does not trigger litigation privilege

If a regulated company suspects that trouble is brewing, how far will it be able to claim privilege (in any

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Dispute resolution

The High Court strikes out unfounded claims following a cyberattack

The High Court in Warren v DSG Retail Limited [2021] EWHC 2168 (QB) has struck out several claims which had

Competition, antitrust and trade

European and UK competition regulators reveal their plans to modify the existing rules on vertical agreements

In recent weeks both the EU and the UK competition regulators have published their proposals on how to modify the

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