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EU: Your web doctor will see you now – software as a medical device

Patients nowadays have access to an enormous range of medical knowledge through social media, websites and health apps (in combination with wearables). The latter have become increasingly popular in recent years because of their ability to monitor in real time pulse, blood pressure, blood glucose levels and other parameters. Doctors are also intrigued by the […]

Supreme Court upholds ‘no oral variation’ clause

By Emma Davies The Supreme Court’s recent decision in Rock Advertising Ltd v MWB Business Exchange Centres Ltd [2018] UKSC 24 upheld the validity of a clause that limited the parties’ freedom to vary their contract orally. In reversing the Court of Appeal’s decision to find the ‘no oral variation’ or ‘no oral modification (NOM)’ clause binding, […]

Russia’s enduring love for fake luxury and legal action to take

By David Aylen and Elizaveta Osipchuk When reputable social media platforms are involved, rights holders should contact the social media company first and ask it to remove the account. Fortunately, such companies usually collaborate with brand owners as much as possible and take swift measures to block infringing content (usually within three to five days). However, […]

SmartLaw 2.0: expert insights for the future of law

A few years ago we offered SmartLaw: expert insights for the future of law. As expected, the legal industry has continued to evolve and so must SmartLaw in order to equip firms for the future. We still believe the original SmartLaw key concepts of clients, culture and technology are essential to successful firms, but we now must […]

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LIZ DAVIES, the left-wing Labour councillor and barrister who was rejected as a parliamentary candidate by the Labour Party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) last September, has accepted an undisclosed but “modest” libel payout along with a public apology from the Financial Times. Solicitor Keith Schilling, acting for Davies, told Mr Justice French that Davies, an […]

Contemporary Acts of Charity

Part I of the Charities Act 1992 introduced a detailed statutory framework for the maintenance of accounting records by charities, requiring them to prepare and file annual accounts, reports and returns. This framework is now found in Part IV of the Charities Act 1993 and came into force on 1 March 1996. The introduction of […]

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Pride Valley Foods is suing its insurers after they refused to pay a £6 million claim following a fire last December at its factory in Seaham, Co Durham. In the writ, Pride Valley says it took out insurance with Independent Insurance Co and Lombard General Insurance Co last November. The fire, Pride Valley claims, caused […]

Lawyers hit out at plans to boost CCT

VOLUNTARILY outsourced legal work may have to be included in compulsory tenders if the Government goes ahead with plans to force the pace of local government privatisation. Local government lawyers have voiced concern about proposals to speed up compulsory competitive tendering (CCT) of legal work after suggestions that the “credit” system should be abolished. Under […]

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