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By Julien Barba
On 28 September 2018 the ministry in charge of energy in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) published an expression of interest relating to 3 mini-grid projects based on hybrid solar PV technology
By David Wilkinson
It has been reported that Egypt has become the latest jurisdiction in the Middle East to approve a data protection law.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Following the announcement of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, the Terms of Reference have been released and the Honourable Justice Joseph McGrath and Lynelle Briggs AO...
By Rob Wilson
The Supreme Court today delivered a landmark unanimous judgment in the case of Michael Darnley v Croydon Health Services NHS Trust which will have repercussions throughout the health service...
By Bethan Bradley, Benjamin Bryant, Ioanna Tsekoura
Sulphur Cap Series: Part 1 - Scope of the Regulation and the Risks of Non-Compliance
By Clyde & Co LLP
Court finds that a risk of dissipation has been made out in worldwide freezing order application
By Clyde & Co LLP
Court assesses amount of security of costs to be provided by a claimant
By Mark Howard
Following its consultation on changes to the Occupational Pension Schemes (Investment) Regulations, the Government has released its consultation response.
By Mark Howard
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has issued its levy consultation ahead of publication later this year of its levy rules for 2019-2020.
By Graeme Watson, Megan Lafferty
The General Dental Council now has a mechanism for seeking a review of a warning issued by the investigating committee (now case examiners).
By Nigel Brook
The claimant applied to continue a worldwide freezing order ("WFO") in support of a proposed ICC arbitration in Switzerland. The judge accepted that the English court had had the power...
By Irvine Marr, David Owens, Martyn Haines
The Court of Appeal has today handed down its decision on appeal of the first collision case to be heard by that Court since 2004. The decision of the Admiralty Court in 'Alexandra 1' and 'Ever Smart'
By Clyde & Co LLP
Was the Motor Insurers' Bureau ("the MIB") required to meet any judgment in the claimant's favour under the Road Traffic Act 1988? Soole J held not. Under the Uninsured Drivers Agreement 1999,
By Clyde & Co LLP
Where an individual defendant does not give an address for service of the claim form, and personal service cannot be carried out ...
By Christina Terplan
There's plenty of attention paid when a company like Target or Home Depot gets hacked.
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