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By Bryan Johnston, Oliver Saunders
The Court of Appeal has recently reversed a controversial line of case law on the rectification of contracts where both parties are mistaken as to the contract's legal effect.
By Michael Huertas, Holger Schelling
More than six years after the range of IBOR scandals and a series of reform proposals the adoption of the "Regulation on indices used as benchmarks in financial instruments
By Akin Akinbode, Gurbinder Grewal, Mark Macaulay, Tracey Summerell
Our UK construction team prepares a monthly summary of new and proposed legislation for Construction Law which is published as the "New and proposed legislation: State of Play table".
By Esther McDermott, Tracey Summerell
In the latest of our alternative dispute resolution series for Construction Law, we consider the use of technology in mediations and recent advice for mediators on the topic
By Mark Macaulay, Tracey Summerell
The UK's current target for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 80 per cent by 2050 was set by the UK Climate Change Act in 2008
By Igor Davydenko, Tetiana Gryn
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By Gurbinder Grewal, Tracey Summerell, Michelle Francis
It can be tempting for a "losing" party in adjudication to defend itself against the winner's enforcement proceedings by arguing that the adjudicator got it wrong.
By Helena Rozman
Since #MeToo brought non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) into the spotlight in late 2017, there has been a flurry of activity from government committees and regulatory bodies seeking to implement change.
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Having a Power of Attorney in place means peace of mind in the event of illness or accident leaving you unable to deal with your own affairs, your attorneys have authority to deal with matters on your behalf.
By John Harrington
Although the focus of proposed regulations issued by the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on August 9, 2019, may have been on "cloud computing,"ť the proposed regulations provide significant new guidance on the taxation of transfers of digital content as well.
By Gabriele Haas
Supported by the market monitoring and coordination activities of the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators, ACER, in the last few months, Europe's energy regulators have increasingly used their powers to police...
By Emma Broad, Oliver Saunders, Neill Pemberton
EE Ltd v. Sir James H E Chichester [2019] UKUT 164 (LC) considers the ability of landowners to resist the imposition of rights pursuant to the Electronic Communications Code (Code) where they intend to redevelop their land.
By Stephen Shergold, Sam Boileau, Pamela Coulthard, Laura Mackett, Annabel Hodge
On 26 June, the Dentons Environment team delivered the second in a series of seminars on "UK Environmental Law – 2019 as it happens (and beyond)".
By Michael Huertas, Holger Schelling, Kai Goretzky
Croatia plans to join the ERM-II and the Banking Union in mid-2020 and its finance minister has already set out the details of the intended accession in a letter of intent sent to the Eurogroup, the ECB and the finance ministers of the Eurozone.
By Craig Neilson, Katharine Harle, Celyn Armstrong, Jonathan Garforth, Tristan Jonckheer
Representatives of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the Bank of England recently gave evidence to the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee in relation to IT failures in...
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