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Future of public procurement in UK in the event of ‘no-deal’ Brexit

By David Kilduff, Richard Auton or Richard Butterworth On 13 September 2018, the UK government published further guidance on the future of public procurement in the UK in the event of a “no deal” Brexit. What next for UK public procurement? Under current rules, all procurement opportunities that fall within the scope of the EU procurement […]

Third party redevelopment – Landlord may oppose tenant’s lease renewal

By Matthew Lonergan, Lucy Shepherd A recent case has confirmed that a landlord was entitled to oppose its tenant’s lease renewal under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 where redevelopment of the site was to be undertaken by a third party. Background The case of Santander UK PLC v LPS Estates Ltd concerned the security of […]

Sunset of £500K, dawn of GDPR enforcement and horizon of Brexit

By JP Buckley In just a short space of time, the ever-evolving world of data protection and cyber has seen yet more change: 1. Potentially one of the last enforcement actions under the Data Protection Act 1998 against Equifax – and a maximum £500,000 fine for them for failing to secure UK citizens’ personal data against […]

Officer of judgment debtor can be committed for failure to provide information under CPR 71 – Court of Appeal

Deutsche Bank AG v Mr Alexander Vik [2018] EWCA Civ 2011 This judgment is the latest instalment in the long-running litigation between Deutsche Bank (“DB”) and the Monaco-based billionaire, Alexander Vik. In 2008, Mr Vik’s personal investment vehicle, Sebastian Holdings, Inc. (“SHI”), incurred huge debts to DB after it made a series of heavily loss […]

BVI to implement changes to rules governing SPCs registered under BCA

By Michael Killourhy The British Virgin Islands (BVI) will shortly implement some important changes to the rules governing segregated portfolio companies (SPCs) incorporated or registered under the BVI Business Companies Act, 2004 (BCA). These changes, introduced by the BVI Business Companies (Amendment) Act, 2018 (the 2018 BCA Amendment Act) will come into force on 1 October […]

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Unique double for brothers in law

In what the Lord Chancellor described as “a unique ceremony”, two brothers – Rodney and Warwick McKinnon – were both sworn in as circuit judges in the House of Lords last week. Coincidentally, the pair were scheduled to be sworn in on the same day – Warwick at 11am last Tuesday and Rodney at 11.30. […]

Adjudicating the competition

The Irish Competition Authority is in its formative years, but is now starting to flex its enforcement muscles, writes Vincent Power. Vincent Power is a partner and head of competition law at A&L Goodbody. Last year was interesting in terms of competition regulation. The European Union (EU) competition system continued to carefully control competitive conduct […]

Redefining the principles of corruption

Stephen Silber QC reveals the reasoning behind the Law Commission’s proposals for a modern statute to replace existing corruption law. Stephen Silber QC is a law commissioner. Everybody agrees that everything possible should be done in order to try to stamp out corruption because it strikes at the root of all aspects of life in […]

Halting the ambulance chaser

Ken Murphy examines the motives behind the Irish government’s ban on solicitors advertising for personal injury clients. Ken Murphy is director general of the Law Society of Ireland. Ken Murphy is director general of the Law Society of Ireland. The Irish government will very shortly introduce legislation to ban all advertising by solicitors which refers […]

In brief: CJD victims' families win right to sue for £1m

The families of eight people who contracted CJD from a contaminated human growth hormone have won the right to sue the Government for compensation of more than £1m. One of the mothers, Maureen Newman, said she would not have been able to fight the case without legal aid.

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