- 01 Data-driven business models: the role of legal teams in delivering success | Report
- 02 How in-house legal teams can seize the opportunities of data-driven business models
- 03 Trust and Legal Certainty for the data-driven Economy? A look into the EU Data Governance Act
- 04 Cybersecurity – Are you prepared? Some thoughts on cybersecurity governance
- 05 UK High Court finding on trade marks and bad faith 'evergreening' set for appeal
ESG, sustainability and responsible business
Global trends in climate change litigation reveal a diverse range of causes of action across many sectors. What might this...
While the timescale for implementation is expected to stretch over several years for some measures, businesses will need to start...
It is not just 'carbon majors' that are being sued for climate change-related damage around the world: directors of companies...
Why Blockchain matters to your business
Cryptoexchange ordered to reveal account holder information linked to multi-million cryptocurrency fraud
Decision confirms English courts' willingness to assist victims of crypto-asset fraud in recovering their property
The carbon footprint of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has been making headlines recently. We explain what drives their energy consumption...
Court of Appeal rules in favour of landlord in Covid-19 arrears claim relating to the Trocadero cinema in London
Employment Law Coffee Break | Protected beliefs and discrimination, long Covid and our workforce solutions podcast series
UK Insolvency Service publishes interim report on the effectiveness of measures introduced by the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020
Employment Law Coffee Break | Acas uplift for sham redundancy, agency staff and strikes, and a podcast on employment status issues
Employment Law Coffee Break | Discrimination in working arrangements, mental health and wellbeing, and our April HR Pensions spotlight
Employment Law Coffee Break | Fire and rehire, Covid-19 update, Vento increases and our March pensions spotlight
Employment Law Coffee Break: Increase in compensation limits, Covid-19 update, new working practices and disabled employees, and pension age
After Brexit: challenges and opportunities
General Court confirms UK trade marks can still be asserted in EUIPO proceedings against EUTMs filed before Brexit
Private, flexible and easily enforceable across much of the world, it is not hard to see why international arbitration is...