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Over the past few months, the press has reported a rash of upcoming spin-offs.
M&A diligence: marking a document ‘without prejudice’ may not be enough to prevent admission to court
Marking a document ‘without prejudice’ will not necessarily be a conclusive factor when a court decides whether the document is admissible in evidence.
The IPO prospectus of Xurpas shows revenue growth of 75 per cent on average per year since 2011 and enviable margins of 42 per cent average earnings before tax.
A recent case is a good lesson for those involved with the drafting of acquisition indemnities to ensure the wording and grammatical construction is clear.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that workers are entitled to have voluntary overtime included in the calculation of their holiday pay.
Latency is the delay experienced in an IT system between an input being sent and an output being received.
The term ‘software development’ is used to describe the set of steps or phases that a computer program goes through when it is being developed.
Outsourcing arrangements are often at the core of a customer’s business, given their long-term nature and the increasing trend to outsource business-critical functions.
In Unaoil v Leighton Offshore, the Commercial Court rejected Unaoil’s claim for liquidated damages on the basis that the relevant clause was an unenforceable penalty.
The Court of Appeal recently considered the enforceability of an expert’s determination of whether a company’s historic accounting practices should be applied.
The broad principles of the code may be of interest to other companies that may consider that it would be beneficial to adopt certain of the provisions.
In the wake of Alibaba’s record-breaking listing in September, three more China-related IPOs are waiting in the wings.
There is now a clear public expectation that every sizeable consumer-facing business will have a social media presence of some sort.
The cloud is all about exploiting the capabilities of the internet in order to provide services-based computing on a one-to-many scale.
This article focuses only on the statutory framework as it applies to business contracts.
What are some of the key changes you have seen in the digital legal space over the past five or so years?
Over the last five years, we have seen numerous changes that have all led to changes in the digital legal space.
Jeremy Wright, the attorney-general, has confirmed that the government is considering the creation of an offence of corporate failure to prevent economic crime.
Ensuring a successful acquisition is all about integration, says Kemp Little.
Last month we promised more on Alibaba, and we certainly got more with a slew of additional filings throughout the month.
A recent High Court case has emphasised the need for investors to ensure that confidentially clauses in shareholders’ agreement are drafted correctly.