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With the Urh-Nov 2021, the Austrian copyright contract law is to be reformed. In addition to the implementation of the provisions from the DSM-RL, the present draft law provides for the adoption of individual provisions from the dUrhG with reference to the government program (keyword: “Strengthening contemporary art and culture”).

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CBI confirms details for taxonomy regulation and SFDR level 2 fast track processes

On 15 November 2021, the Central Bank of Ireland (“Central Bank”) issued a Notice formally confirming its intention to establish a fast-track filing process and also clarified the filing requirements for pre-contractual documentation updates in relation to the Taxonomy Regulation (“TR”) and Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation Level 2 measures (“SFDR L2”). The TR requirements will […]


Monckton silk leaves the Bar after three decades to join US firm

A prominent silk has left Monckton Chambers to lead King & Spalding’s global public international law disputes team. Ben Emmerson QC leaves Monckton after joining the set in January 2019. He started his career at Doughty Street, before founding Matrix Chambers in 2000 – taking silk the same year. He was awarded a CBE in […]

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High Court dismisses Depp libel claim against The Sun

Johnny Depp has lost his High Court case against The Sun newspaper, concluding what has been one of the most significant libel trials of the 21st century. In a highly-anticipated judgment handed down by Mr Justice Nicol this morning, the court ruled that the claimant was not successful in his action for libel. Nicol J […]

City trio make the grade in Latham’s promotions

Latham & Watkins has promoted 33 lawyers to partner, with three in London getting the nod. Effective from January 2021, the promotion round sees a dip in the number of associates made up in London over the last two years. Two of the new City partners – Douglas Abernethy and Anna Ngo – sit within the […]


HSBC fills chief legal role with Barclays hire

The former general counsel of Barclays Bank is to join HSBC as its new chief legal officer. Bob Hoyt will take on the top legal role at HSBC on 18 January 2021, having stepped down after seven years as GC at Barclays in the summer. He was succeeded at Barclays by Stephen Shapiro. Hoyt joined Barclays […]

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