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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

08/10/2021
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Digitalisation

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

04/10/2021
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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

04/10/2021
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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

01/10/2021
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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

01/10/2021
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Tax

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

27/09/2021
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

21/09/2021
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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

20/09/2021
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

17/09/2021
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Tax

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

15/09/2021
Decarbonisation

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

07/09/2021
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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

06/09/2021