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Loading NIS directive 2.0 for higher cybersecurity protection

Given that the landscape of threats has significantly expanded, it comes as no surprise that the European Commission has proposed a revised version of the Directive concerning measures for a high common level of security of network and information systems across the Union.


Law Society speaks out

Is it too much to expect that, before The Lawyer speculates on what the Law Society might say in response to a story (2 June), it first contacts the society to find out what it would actually say? In our response to the Fabian Society pamphlet on the regulation of lawyers, we do not – […]

Dentons wins challenge to take-or-pay contract

DENTON Hall has claimed victory in the House of Lords for its client Total Gas Marketing in the first successful challenge of a take-or-pay gas contract since the price of gas dropped in late 1994. Gas purchasers who in the early 1990s signed long-term take-or-pay contracts have found themselves tied to buying gas at a […]

Charity review is a review too far

Hubert Picarda QC says that rather than wasting money on consulting “Joe Public’, the Charity Commission should ensure that their plans are legally sound The Charity Commission’s review of the Charities Register has provoked loud protests in legal circles and a preliminary paper has been criticised by the Charity Law Association. The commissioners have now […]

Firms face fallout after Indian bomb test

US sanctions imposed on India in response to the country’s recent nuclear tests could cost the country around $350bn and hit the telecom and power sectors hardest, Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy’s Singapore office says in a report. Law firms advising on Indian projects, such as Ashurst Morris Crisp – which recently sent out a […]

In brief: Collyer-Bristow compensates with takeover

Collyer-Bristow has quickly covered the loss of three partners from its matrimonial department by taking over niche family law practice S Rutter & Co. Leading matrimonial lawyer Geoffrey Rutter is taking three assistants and a trainee to the firm. The move coincides with the opening last week of niche matrimonial firm, Levison Meltzer Pigott, headed […]

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