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After ECJ ruling, will national regulators flee the sinking ship?
…but it seems the new UK regime may be less hard on business than the US model.
Also: damages; new law; and more...
Under new EU rules, Regulation S, Category 3 securities can now be settled electronically.
Fraudsters can no longer retain stolen funds merely because they have structured transfers so as to avoid detection...
The US Supreme Court was invited to overturn Brulotte, which would have aligned its licensing law with Europe. It failed to do so.
In the first of a two-part series Wragges takes a look at whether a US stock-option-linked non-compete clause will be effective to restrain an executive in a UK subsidiary. There is a good chance the answer is no.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s privacy experts examine the findings of a new report on cookie usage, explain what it might mean for websites in the future and provide their top 10 cookie tips.
Following testing in the US of driverless cars and the announcement in the UK that cars will be tested here from the start of next year, the debate around autonomous vehicles has intensified.
Wragge’s automotive specialists and Prof David Bailey consider the future of product recalls and what they may mean for the automotive sector in the US and the UK.
In a judgment from the Court of Justice, it has been held that the layout of a retail store may be registered as a trademark in Europe.
High Court holds that 20th Century Fox’s Glee infringes Comic Enterprises’ trademark for a logo including the words ‘the Glee Club’
Comic Enterprises established its first live entertainment venue in Birmingham in 1994 and now operates venues in Cardiff, Oxford and Nottingham.
Does the fact that a person is obese mean they are, or could be, ‘disabled’? The CJEU has been asked by Denmark whether discrimination on the grounds of obesity is contrary to EU law.
Un-safe Harbor: is Safe Harbor an adequate means of protecting EU personal data transferred to the US?
Since its introduction, many in the EU have been sceptical about the security offered by Safe Harbor...
The court has confirmed that, where the negotiations are complex, a contract can be made in two jurisdictions.
Wragge & Co has released the November issue of its Finance Litigation Briefing, which reports on cases and issues including Forsta Ap-Fonden v Bank of New York Mellon.