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By Olivier Bustin and Pierrick Ferrero Following the actions by the Ivory Coast in 2014, as well as Burkina Faso, Cameroon and Senegal in 2016, who adopted a new mining code, the DRC has recently revised its mining code enacted in 2002…

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The Dutch Data protection authority (Autoriteit persoonsgegevens –“AP”) recently informed the public that they were assessing the GDPR compliance level of large companies in the Netherlands. In doing so, the authority took advantage of its new powers under article 30.4 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation…

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By Bernadine Adkins Yesterday, the European Commission released a Communication entitled ‘Preparing for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union on 30 March 2019′[1]. It outlines the steps that business should take to prepare for the UK leaving the EU. The Communication’s message is clear: “On 30 March 2019, the United Kingdom […]

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Surrey firm Triggs Wilkinson Mann (TWM) has expanded its private client practice with the hire of a family law partner and assistant from Callaghans in Guildford. Partner Karin Walker will be based at TWM‘s Tunsgate office in Guildford. She rejoins her former assistant Demelza Nicholas, who recently joined TWM from Callaghans. Walker is understood to […]

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Tulkinghorn seems to be developing a theme – he had to have a glass of port after reading a recent press release from Hertfordshire firm Matthew Arnold & Baldwin. It all started off well, informing Tulkinghorn of a recent sponsorship deal for its 101-year-old football team. Marvellous stuff, thought Tulkinghorn, nothing like a few tackles […]

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