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Stephen Critchley and Robert Andrews describe what the alleged manipulation is; who may have suffered from it; and the ongoing investigations into it.
In Prophet plc v Huggett, the High Court came to the surprising decision that it could reword a badly drafted restriction in an employment contract.
Spencer Compton has challenged the decision of Northampton Borough Council to put up for sale a statue, sculpted around 2400 BC, of an Egyptian official.
Lloyds Banking Group has agreed to pay a total of £217m in fines to regulators in the UK and the US for their part in rigging sterling Libor submissions.
The recently reported and much criticised Facebook survey deliberately manipulated almost 700,000 account-holder newsfeeds and monitored the results.
On 9 July 2014, Collyer Bristow’s intellectual property team hosted a reception to welcome Christopher Rennie-Smith back to the firm.
One in 10 ex-partners have threatened to expose risqué images of their ex-partner online, with around 20 sites operating in the UK where people can view revenge porn images.
The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal by plaintiffs whose antitrust claims over LIBOR manipulation were dismissed last year.
The internet as confessional is perhaps a wholly new spiritual approach to how we treat online communities and raises important legal issues for website users and hosts.
Statistics suggest that more than 450,000 cross-border successions occur in the EU every year, representing a value estimated to be worth more than €120bn.
Many people with an international element to their business or their lifestyle choose to employ domestic staff from overseas.
Many parents fail to consider who would take care of their children if they were not able to. The topic often sparks disagreement between parents.
Scarcely a day goes by without there being a report of someone being cyber bullied. Incidences are not limited to celebrities but can, and do, affect anyone and everyone.
The German automotive group ATU has achieved a restructuring of its finances via a UK administration and pre-pack sale.
The government has published new regulations aimed at consolidating the law on distance and doorstep selling, providing further protection for consumers.
These are agreements that are ‘incomplete’ in the sense that some contractual term(s) are outstanding and are to be decided at a later stage.
The Hargreaves Review was commissioned in November 2010 to review the UK’s intellectual property framework and to comment on how it could be modernised.
In April 2014, the UK government published proposals to improve transparency and accountability of companies.
Gardner v McCusker is a timely reminder to residential landlords of the need to comply with the strict rules of the tenancy deposit legislation or risk being severely prejudiced.
The coming year will see further changes to the taxation of UK residential property affecting all non-UK residents and all UK residents who use more than one residential property.