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This paper outlines the key benefits of multi-sourcing, the challenges and risks and the options available to customers to manage these risks.
Mobile payments has been heralded as a growth area in technology, retail and financial services for some time now.
Copyright, database right, confidentiality and trademarks are all relevant when considering how data could be protected.
Court of Appeal clarifies Mitchell guidance on relief from sanctions — a welcomed departure from the hardline approach to procedure
Following Mitchell v News Group Newspapers, judges across the country have grappled with various different applications for relief from sanctions.
A recent Court of Appeal case has caused consternation among City lawyers for introducing significant legal uncertainty over the established distinction between loans and debentures in English law.
The creation of a central registry of company beneficial ownership information.
There has been a recent trend towards lock-up agreements being waived by the bank in whose favour they are given before the stated expiry date. The ABI has expressed concerns about the recent increased frequency of such waivers.
It’s been a great few weeks for tech manufacturer GoPro. The tech manufacturer held its IPO on 26 June 2014 and priced its shares at $24.
A recent High Court case has considered the possible ways of interpreting the words ‘the purpose’ in a contract between a seller and a buyer of a business.
The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill appears to be consistent with the government’s objective of removing red tape and improving transparency.
While an enshrined position in continental Europe, the general position under English law is that there is no obligation to negotiate in good faith as part of a transaction.
According to a YouGov report, 65 per cent of companies currently allow employees to bring their own devices to work, but only a quarter have a a formal policy in place.