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Dispute resolution

The FOS consults on a streamlined process to clear pandemic-driven complaint backlog

The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has issued (4 October 2021) a consultation paper on temporary changes to reporting the outcomes

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Digital regulation | The alchemy of a strategic framing for compliance

As digital transformation sweeps across all sectors, so an ever-expanding landscape of products and services are falling within the scope

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Dispute resolution

Litigation Brief | October 2021

Welcome to the latest edition of Osborne Clarke's Litigation Brief. The cases covered in this update focus on drafting effective

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Intellectual property

When are content-sharing and file-hosting platforms liable for infringing content uploaded by their users?

The European Court of Justice (CJEU) has issued its long awaited decision on the extent to which content-sharing and file-hosting

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Intellectual property

When can you link to and frame third-party content without permission?

The European Court of Justice (CJEU) decision in VG Bild-Kunst v Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitzprovides (Case C 392/19) has provided greater

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The Tax Break Podcast | Criminal Finances Act four years on – why procedures need refreshing

In our latest tax podcast, Ian Hyde and Matt Greene talk about issues arising out of the Criminal Finances Act

Intellectual property

Skykick: Court of Appeal endorses broad terms and clarifies the scope of bad faith

The Court of Appeal has recently handed down its decision in Sky's appeal in the ongoing Sky v Skykick trade

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IT and data

UK data protection litigation — a burgeoning market that needs rebalancing

Ashley Hurst, Partner, and Jamie Halpin, Senior Associate, with Osborne Clarke, explore the boom in data protection litigation in the

Intellectual property

Wind power boom is fanning high-stakes international patent activity

People have used wind power for millennia to power their activities, in the form of sails and windmills. This pre-industrial

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The Tax Break Podcast | Tax Mediation

Following a short summer break, our tax podcast is back! In our latest tax podcast, partner Ian Hyde is joined


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