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By Michelle Dunne
In times of ever increasing claims brought against Local Councils for personal injuries sustained in public recreation areas
By Vikram Sidhu
Clyde & Co's Insurance Growth Report explores the 2018 drivers of global insurance M&A.
By Gemma Brannigan
The Chief Coroner recommends that new Regulations are created, to introduce a new legal duty on doctors to report specific deaths to the Coroner,
By David Hansom
The scrutiny of the UK Government's decision to directly award a number of ferry services contracts for Brexit continues.
By Chris Holme, Sophie Jackson
Yes, says the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT). We explain why a worker's complaint about false rumours being spread about him was capable of being protected under whistleblowing law,
By Alejandro Garcia, Peter Hirst
In 2013, President Xi Jinping, recreating the Silk Road—a network of trade routes that connected the East and the West for over 1,500 years ...
By Karen Boto
Over its relatively short 10 year life span, the cryptocurrency sector has been plagued by a number of high profile exchange scandals, heists and data breaches.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Court sanctions Part VII transfer of insurance business and considers certificate requirement.
By Yannis Samothrakis
Anticipating the possibility of a hard Brexit, the French government adopted two statutory instruments on 6 February 2019 relating in particular to financial services and insurance.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Buy to let investors complained that there were defects in their new-build flats.
By Graeme Watson, Blair Johnston
On 19 December 2018, the UK Government published its response to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) interim report on child migration.
By Clyde & Co LLP
The High Court has ruled on the issue of liability when a driver causes injury to a third party in circumstances when fearing for his or her safety.
By Richard Power
At the risk of mixing metaphors, if Achmea (Slovak Republic v Achmea Case C-284/16) killed intra-EU investor-state arbitration ...
By Richard Power
Previous Solar Wars articles have noted that tribunals hearing Energy Charter Treaty (ECT)
By Jonathan Shaw
A recent decision held that Court may apply the 'injustice' test separately for each part of CPR 36.17(4).
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