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By Alexander Hewitt
A party trading UK-linked energy derivatives or purchasing, or taking security over, receivables arising under UK-linked energy contracts may need to know whether the Business Contract Terms.
By Jonathan Garforth, Jessica Cooke
A case currently before the German courts concerning Lufthansa's Miles & More loyalty points scheme raises the question of whether loyalty points schemes are now considered to be a form of electronic money.
By Daren Allen, Marija Bračković, Andrea Dunsby
On 8 July 2019 the High Court handed down a judgment in the N v. The Royal Bank of Scotland plc case
By Katharine Harle
In April 2019, the FCA published its 2019/20 Business Plan.
By Rebecca Owen-Howes
In April 2019, the European Commission (EC) published a report on "EU loan syndication and its impact on competition in credit markets" (Report) prepared by the EC's legal and economic consultants.
By Alexander Hewitt, Hayley Çapani
English law, including English insolvency law, is very pro-creditor.
By Michael Huertas
On July 3, 2019, the European Central Bank (ECB), acting in its role at the helm of the Banking Union's Single Supervisory Mechanism
By Daren Allen, Marija Bračković
The purpose of such a prescribed form would be to give reporters greater guidance on the information that should be included in a report.
By Natasha Meikle
A Christian magistrate who publicly disapproved of same-sex adoption has lost his claim for religious discrimination and victimisation
By Roy Pinnock
The Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee has highlighted the need for Government to promote modern methods of construction
By Tom Fancett
The Supreme Court handed down its much anticipated ruling yesterday in the case of Tillman v. Egon Zehnder Limited.
By Michael Huertas
Cyber-resilience remains an EU-wide supervisory priority and one also advanced equally by central banks in their financial stability role
By Yves Botteman, Josef Hainz, Jan Heithecker, Daniel Barrio Barrio
On 4 June 2019, the Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf (Oberlandesgericht or OLG) annulled the 22 December 2015 decision by the German Federal Cartel Office
By Susan Gillon, Sarah Lynn Peock
Land reform and community engagement in land are important policies for the Scottish government which sees land as an asset that should benefit the many rather than the few.
By Jonathan Cantor
The government recently announced that they anticipate the register of beneficial owners of overseas entities being operational in 2021.
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