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Digital Therapeutics – Evolution and entry into mainstream healthcare

Research undertaken by DLA Piper’s Life Sciences practice in conjunction with The Lawyer seeks to understand the current developments in the field of digital therapeutics, looking at key questions that need to be addressed if these products are to become mainstream components of health systems across the world.

Hackers steal 1.2 billion passwords — four steps to take now

By Aravind Swaminathan and Tara McGraw Swaminatha The New York Times recently reported that an organised Russian criminal group stole approximately 1.2 billion username and password credentials associated with more than 500 million email addresses from hundreds of thousands of websites around the world. The article notes that the hackers used a large botnet (a […]

Follow-the-settlements clauses revisited

In autumn 2011, Thailand suffered severe floods. Among the properties damaged were shops and distribution centres owed by a subsidiary of Tesco. Tesco was insured against property damage and BI losses in Thailand under a master global policy issued by ACE European Group and under a local policy issued in Thailand by ACE INA. The […]

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The High Court has handed down the long-awaited judgment in the coronavirus business interruption insurance test case brought by the FCA. Whilst the judgment may be appealed by the insurers, it is a very positive outcome for most businesses.

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Whilst Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) could be seen at first glance as a watered down ESOS without the site audits, it has the ability to deliver a wide range of energy efficiency and carbon reduction measures for organisations for years to come in a way that ESOS alone will never achieve.

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DLA Piper has hired one of Paul Hastings’ restructuring partners to bolster its offering in the City. David Manson will jump ship to DLA after just over two years at Paul Hastings, which he joined in 2017 from White & Case. He was a senior associate at White & Case from 2006 to 2012 and […]

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DLA brings in independent consultants to “stress test” governance

DLA Piper has turned to a consultancy firm to assess its board governance and effectiveness of the committee. The firm sought the help of the Independent Board Evaluation (IBE), which was launched in 2008 by Ffion Hague, a former broadcaster. A team of researchers from the independent consultancy reviewed the effectiveness of DLA Piper’s board, […]

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DLA Piper debuts “crisis simulation training” to avoid the next Carillion

DLA Piper has invested between £100,000 to £300,000 to launch a new service that will guide clients through tough decision-making in high-risk and challenging infrastructure projects. The training service, called “DLA Piper Project Simulator”, was inspired by Carillion’s liquidation in 2017. It is one of the first products stemming out of the firm’s ‘radical change‘ […]

DLA acts on sale of Square Mile police station

DLA Piper has acted on the £40m sale of the City’s Grade II* listed Wood Street police station as it is set to be transformed into a five-star hotel. Real estate partner Jo Owen has acted for Wood Street Hotel, a subsidiary of Hong Kong-based Magnificent Hotels on its £40m purchase of the police station […]

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