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Regulators And Courts Clarify Virtual Currency Regulation, But Overall Framework Remains Murky
This update serves to cover virtual currency regulatory developments over the past two months in the U.S., U.K. and EU.
United States
16 Apr 2018
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High Court Rules That Litigation Privilege Can Apply In Respect Of Internal Investigations
In Bilta (UK) Ltd (in Liquidation) & Ors v Royal Bank of Scotland plc and Mercuria Energy Europe Trading Limited [2017] EWCH 3535 (Ch) ("Bilta v RBS")...
UK
12 Feb 2018
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Brexit: UK Supreme Court Holds That An Act Of Parliament Is Necessary To Trigger Brexit Negotiations
The Supreme Court has upheld the High Court's decision in Miller v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union.
UK
1 Feb 2017
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UK Serious Fraud Office Secures Its Second DPA
The President of the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court has given final approval to the Serious Fraud Office's ("SFO") second ever Deferred Prosecution Agreement ("DPA").
UK
20 Jul 2016
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FCA Obtains Two Criminal Convictions In High-Profile Insider Dealing Trial
The jury in the so-called ‘Tabernula' ("Little Tavern") case has on Monday delivered its verdict after a 12-week trial.
UK
18 May 2016
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Identification Of Third Parties In FCA Notices
Several recent UK cases have considered the extent to which third parties may be identified in public disciplinary notices issued by the Financial Conduct Authority to financial institutions.
UK
1 Feb 2016
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Abu Dhabi Global Market: The Application Of English Common Law
English common law as it stands from time to time will directly apply in, and form part of the law of, Abu Dhabi Global Market ("ADGM").
United Arab Emirates
16 Nov 2015
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Bank Resolution: English And German Courts Place Limits On Obligations To Give Effect To Actions Of Resolution Authorities In Other Member States
In two recent decisions, European national courts have taken a narrow view of their obligations under the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD)—the new European framework for dealing with distressed banks.
European Union
25 Aug 2015
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