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Jonathon Manning

The week’s top 15 legal briefings – 30 August 2015

Ashley Madison is continuing to fill the pages of newspapers across the world after 25 gigabytes of customer details were stolen from the infidelity data website. This particular hack has been so well covered due to the morally ambiguous nature of its business but data breaches happen often within the business world and frequently lead […]

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KPMG legal beats £10m revenue target in first year

Revenues generated by KPMG’s legal business are set to exceed the £10m target it set last October when it was granted an ABS licence. The accountancy firm was the second of the ‘Big Four’ to be awarded an ABS for its multi-disciplinary practice, rather than for a separate legal entity. Almost a year on and […]

Ioannis Alexopoulos

Market abuse and the High Court

A first-of-its-kind case could have industry-wide implications once the Financial List comes into play. Last month Mr Justice Snowden, of the Chancery Division, handed down a judgement concluding a four-year legal battle between the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Da Vinci Invest Ltd, a UK-registered but Swiss-based fund manager, a Da Vinci Singaporean entity, three […]

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