This week’s top 15 legal briefings – 2nd February 2014

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An NHS Trust v JP [2019]

Written by Michael Mylonas QC Williams J approves plan for covert sedation and C-section of incapacitous 25 year old The best laid plans … In NHS Trust v JP [2019] EWCOP 23[1], in a decision which emphasises the importance of an overall evaluation of best interests rather than placing undue focus on any one of several […]

Manage DSAR Challenges through Workflow Optimisation and Automation

When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on 25 May 2018, it eliminated the cost barrier for an individual to submit a Data Subject Access Request (DSAR), potentially increasing the burden on organisations required to provide the results, and all in a tighter timeline. This has created a challenge for many organisations […]

Bulgaria introduces more detailed rules for provision of remote and online payment services

By Svilen Issaev, Denitsa Kuzeva The Bulgarian National Bank (the “BNB”) has recently adopted amendments to its Ordinance No 3 on the Terms for the Opening of Payment Accounts, Execution of Payment Transactions and Use of Payment Instruments (the “Ordinance”). The new amendments bring the Ordinance in line with the provisions of Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2018/389[1] (the […]

Bermuda Public Companies Update – July 2019

In the latest edition of our Bermuda Public Companies Update we recap significant transactions involving Bermuda public companies over the period H1 2019. Global market update The first half of 2019 saw a notable slow-down in global market activity from the same period last year. Capital raised in the global IPO market fell by 37%, with volume down 34% on […]

Reflecting on Reflective Loss

By Nigel K. Meeson Primeo Fund (In Official Liquidation) and Bank of Bermuda (Cayman) Limited, HSBC Securities Services (Luxembourg) SA (Cayman Islands Court of Appeal 13 June 2019) The common law principle of reflective loss has been judicially described as a “perplexing and developing area”. The most recent decision of the Court of Appeal in […]

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The Australian Securities & Investments Commission’s (ASIC’s) recent announcement that a technology systems upgrade will enable it to watch and tag trades by individual investors is a timely reminder that companies and persons in possession of ‘inside information’ need to be aware of the law governing its use and disclosure. This client update briefly describes the general […]

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All employees who have worked for their employer for 26 weeks or more will have the right to request flexible working, rather than just parents or carers. As a result, employers may see a rise in the number of requests. In addition, the current statutory procedure that governs the right to request flexible working will […]

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DWF raids TLT in London

TLT has lost an equity partner and two lawyers from its City corporate team to DWF. Corporate partner Richard Tall left TLT last Friday (31 January) along with associates Joe Cobley and Caroline Urban. The team, which started at DWF on Monday (3 February), is thought to have generated around 10 per cent of TLT’s […]

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