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By Mayer Brown
The Supreme Court has today released its decision in the whistleblowing case of Royal Mail Group v Jhuti. The case concerns the unfair dismissal protection for whistleblowers
By Camille Potier
Bylined article by Camille Potier.
By Mayer Brown
Legal developments in construction law.
By Daniel Hart, Jonathan Cohen, Miles Robinson, Yu-Jin Tay
As the Judge himself noted, the owner's procedural manoeuvre – designed to evade the jurisdiction clause – may well be of a type that had not previously triggered an English anti-suit injunction.
By Richard Goldstein
Richard looks at the Pension Schemes Bill that was recently laid before Parliament.
By Nicholas Robertson
A case was decided this week in the London Central Employment Tribunal (Dewhurst v Revisecatch) which has dramatic ramifications for employers.
By Merryn Craske, Neil Macleod, Shahrukh Abbasi
The EU has, on 6 November 2019, published in the Official Journal a delegated regulation supplementing the EU Securitisation Regulation with regard to regulatory technical standards on the homogeneity ...
By James Whitaker, Robert Slattery
The Supreme Court's judgement in the closely-watched case of Travelers Insurance Company Ltd v XYZ, which set aside a non-party costs order against a liability insurer, will be welcomed by many, as it provides insight into, ...
By Beth Brown
This month Beth Brown, a senior associate in our Pensions Group in London, looks at the additional trustee investment and disclosure requirements that were announced earlier this summer.
By Jonathan Olson-Welsh, Tamsin Travers
Good faith is what you want to see in your dealings, but is it actually a legal obligation implied in your contract?
By Nicolette Kost De Sèvres, Joydeep Sengupta, Stavroula Nikolaidou
On October 16, 2019, the European Banking Authority ("EBA") published an opinion ("the Opinion") on the deadline and process for completing the migration to strong customer authentication
By Julien Haure, Marine Hamon, Charlotte Moegling
Bylined article by Julien Haure, Marine Hamon and Charlotte Moegling.
By Jason Hungerford
OFSI gained the power to enforce UK sanctions and levy financial penalties on a civil basis in the Policing and Crime Act 2017.
By Ian McDonald, Mark Stefanini, Oliver Yaros, Chris Roberts
The Supreme Court last week heard the supermarket chain Morrisons argue that it should not be held vicariously liable for its then in-house senior internal auditor publishing the personal data of almost 100,000 employees.
By Ian Wright, Jay Doraisamy
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