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Holidays are Cancelled, Consumer Rights are Not: CMA investigates refund policies across affected industries

Holidays are Cancelled, Consumer Rights are Not: CMA investigates refund policies across affected industries

Companies refusing refunds following holiday cancellations due to …

McRent Arrears: McDonald’s seeks rent cut from landlords

McRent Arrears: McDonald’s seeks rent cut from landlords

McDonald’s has entered negotiations with the landlords of …

COVID-19 Recession: Is the age of robots upon us?

COVID-19 Recession: Is the age of robots upon us?

A recession following the COVID-19 pandemic could lead …

“Get social distancing done”: UK offices likely to remain closed

“Get social distancing done”: UK offices likely to remain closed

Boris Johnson, in his latest address, announced that …

ABS, it’s easy as 123: Co-op legal has excellent year in 2019

ABS, it’s easy as 123: Co-op legal has excellent year in 2019

Co-op’s legal services business has reported a whopping …

The Power of a Magic Serum: Conglomerates compete to buy Charlotte Tilbury

The Power of a Magic Serum: Conglomerates compete to buy Charlotte Tilbury

The British make-up and skincare brand Charlotte Tilbury …

Smile for the Camera?: Regulations questioned as live facial recognition arrives in London

Smile for the Camera?: Regulations questioned as live facial recognition arrives in London

Despite unresolved regulatory concerns, London’s Metropolitan Police has …

VirGIANT: Virgin-O2 mega merger deal agreed

VirGIANT: Virgin-O2 mega merger deal agreed

Virgin and O2 have announced a merger that …

The Jury is Out: Calls made for non-jury trials during the coronavirus lockdown

The Jury is Out: Calls made for non-jury trials during the coronavirus lockdown

Two QCs precipitated social media storms suggesting trials …

Unluckier Than The Rest?: The impact of COVID-19 on European Millennials

Unluckier Than The Rest?: The impact of COVID-19 on European Millennials

Despite not being the most medically susceptible to …

Victoria’s Secret is Sycamore? Potential merger is at risk

Victoria’s Secret is Sycamore? Potential merger is at risk

The acquisition of Victoria’s Secret by Sycamore Partners …

“Alexa! Take us Home”: Amazon warehouse employees call for protest

“Alexa! Take us Home”: Amazon warehouse employees call for protest

With infection figures showing no signs of slowing …

Pandemic Policies: Financial watchdog picks bone with insurers

Pandemic Policies: Financial watchdog picks bone with insurers

The FCA, the UK’s most prominent financial watchdog, …

Boeing not the Wind beneath Embraer’s Wings: Aircraft deal crashes

Boeing not the Wind beneath Embraer’s Wings: Aircraft deal crashes

Boeing has terminated a $4.2bn joint venture deal …

Big Tech’s Natural Immunity to COVID: BigTech shares rise amidst pandemic

Big Tech’s Natural Immunity to COVID: BigTech shares rise amidst pandemic

According to an article from the Economist, shares …

Law PC (Post Coronavirus): How will Law Firms adapt following COVID-19

Law PC (Post Coronavirus): How will Law Firms adapt following COVID-19

Though the Coronavirus crisis will likely continue to …

Lending a Hand: Should the government be bailing out companies indefinitely?

Lending a Hand: Should the government be bailing out companies indefinitely?

The coronavirus has taken its toll on companies …

Lift Me Up: UK firms to raise capital to cope with coronavirus

Lift Me Up: UK firms to raise capital to cope with coronavirus

As lockdown persists due to the coronavirus outbreak, …

To Furlough or Not to Furlough: Should law firms do it?

To Furlough or Not to Furlough: Should law firms do it?

Around 20 of the UK\’s top firms have …

Oil Aboard: How the oil industry will transform post-pandemic

Oil Aboard: How the oil industry will transform post-pandemic

An industry, traditionally perceived to be stable and …

Coronavirus à la mode: Businesses continue to suffer

Coronavirus à la mode: Businesses continue to suffer

As the UK’s coronavirus lockdown continues for the …

No Coronabonds: Eurozone agrees on new stimulus pack

No Coronabonds: Eurozone agrees on new stimulus pack

On 10 April 2020 the EU agreed on …

Scam-a-lot: Coronavirus has led to an increase in scam emails

Scam-a-lot: Coronavirus has led to an increase in scam emails

Due to the ongoing crisis, there has been …

To Raise or not to Raise: Morality vs. Economics during a state of Emergency
COVID-19: Will Britain’s economy weather the storm?

COVID-19: Will Britain’s economy weather the storm?

The Coronavirus pandemic has had an unprecedented impact …

A Hidden Epidemic: Lockdown causes rise in domestic abuse cases

A Hidden Epidemic: Lockdown causes rise in domestic abuse cases

Lockdown measures imposed to prevent the spread of …

Calling Time on Carluccio’s: Restaurant chain faces imminent financial collapse

Calling Time on Carluccio’s: Restaurant chain faces imminent financial collapse

The Italian restaurant chain Carluccio’s is facing imminent …

Postman Pat is not to be Sneezed at: Lack of PPE endangers Posties

Postman Pat is not to be Sneezed at: Lack of PPE endangers Posties

Royal Mail staff have staged walkouts at sorting …

Buy My Merch: Disney+ hones in on merchandise amid the streaming war

Buy My Merch: Disney+ hones in on merchandise amid the streaming war

Disney+, the hotly anticipated streaming platform, has now …

Zooming into the Future: Success in UK’s first online trial

Zooming into the Future: Success in UK’s first online trial

A commercial court case has recently been held …

Unbankable: Investing in banks no longer pays dividends

Unbankable: Investing in banks no longer pays dividends

The Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), the regulatory arm …

This is Coronavirus Court: Procedural changes made to ease coronavirus burden on litigators

This is Coronavirus Court: Procedural changes made to ease coronavirus burden on litigators

Civil litigation rule-makers have passed temporary reforms (in …

New Look Turns a Blind Eye: New Look suspends payments to its suppliers

New Look Turns a Blind Eye: New Look suspends payments to its suppliers

New Look is “indefinitely” suspending payments to its …

Third Time (Un)Lucky: Debenhams to file for bankruptcy

Third Time (Un)Lucky: Debenhams to file for bankruptcy

Debenhams prepares to file for bankruptcy after formally …

No Limits to Growth: How Amazon is capitalising on the COVID-19 pandemic

No Limits to Growth: How Amazon is capitalising on the COVID-19 pandemic

For most companies, COVID-19 represents the greatest threat …

Working on the Cloud: What conventional businesses can learn from office-less firms

Working on the Cloud: What conventional businesses can learn from office-less firms

Whilst industries reliant on “brick and mortar” or …

Corona Conspiracy: Ofcom fights the spread of 5G conspiracy theory

Corona Conspiracy: Ofcom fights the spread of 5G conspiracy theory

Ofcom has launched an investigation into an interview …

Virtual Ingenuity: Aria Grace Law

Virtual Ingenuity: Aria Grace Law

Aria Grace Law is an award-winning virtual corporate …

COVID-19 Majeure: A valid “Force Majeure” for the shipping industry?

COVID-19 Majeure: A valid “Force Majeure” for the shipping industry?

In consideration of the globalised nature of shipping …

Lawful Wrongful Trading: Businesses get much needed insolvency respite

Lawful Wrongful Trading: Businesses get much needed insolvency respite

The government has announced plans to change insolvency …

Po-long, Farewell?: Polish judicial reform raises controversy and questions around its EU membership
From Zero to Zoom: Video conferencing app under scrutiny for security risks

From Zero to Zoom: Video conferencing app under scrutiny for security risks

As “work from home” policies are implemented globally …

Shifting Gears: The auto industry prepares for price war over E-cars due To EU rules

Shifting Gears: The auto industry prepares for price war over E-cars due To EU rules

Carmakers are preparing for a “price war” due …

Corona-omics: Virus impact on employment and GDP

Corona-omics: Virus impact on employment and GDP

The COVID-19 global pandemic is set to double …

CoronaCam: UK’s ICO approves the use of phone data to help fight Covid-19

CoronaCam: UK’s ICO approves the use of phone data to help fight Covid-19

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), UK’s privacy watchdog, …

The Credit Factor: The UK’s credit rating downgraded

The Credit Factor: The UK’s credit rating downgraded

Credit rating agency Fitch has cut the UK’s …

Justice Amidst Crisis: Coronavirus puts trials on hold

Justice Amidst Crisis: Coronavirus puts trials on hold

Jury trials across England and Wales are to …

E-xciting: The UK to legalise e-scooters

E-xciting: The UK to legalise e-scooters

The Department for Transport has proposed to legalise …

The Final Flight?: Emirates cut flights, pay and recruitment

The Final Flight?: Emirates cut flights, pay and recruitment

The Dubai-based airline has announced plans to suspend …

Secret Craft: Reporters use Minecraft to host a forbidden library

Secret Craft: Reporters use Minecraft to host a forbidden library

The non-profit organisation “Reporters Without Borders” and a …

Coronavirus Attacks Crypto: Bitcoin, Ethereum take COVID-19 plunge

Coronavirus Attacks Crypto: Bitcoin, Ethereum take COVID-19 plunge

In the wake of COVID-19’s global spread, the …

Freefalling: Airlines struggle to survive the COVID-19 pandemic

Freefalling: Airlines struggle to survive the COVID-19 pandemic

There is no doubt that the airline sector …

An Education in Consent: Family court criticised for misogynistic initial ruling
LittleLaw looks at… The Billable Hour

LittleLaw looks at… The Billable Hour

Law firms are under increasing pressure to introduce …

A NewLaw Day: Kennedys ventures into NewLaw with new tech business

A NewLaw Day: Kennedys ventures into NewLaw with new tech business

Law firm Kennedys has unveiled their new tech …

Race to the Finish Line: F1 Keeping the NHS and its patients alive

Race to the Finish Line: F1 Keeping the NHS and its patients alive

With the NHS urgently requiring ventilators for the …

Drop It Like It’s Hot (Oil): Oil prices drop after OPEC deal falls through

Drop It Like It’s Hot (Oil): Oil prices drop after OPEC deal falls through

Members of OPEC (Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting …

Ubercharged: Ubers shares surge despite the COVID-19 crisis

Ubercharged: Ubers shares surge despite the COVID-19 crisis

Amid the current COVID-19 pandemic, Uber’s share price …

LittleLaw looks at… The Volkswagen Dieselgate Emissions Scandal
Train Now, Link Later: Linklaters’ training curriculum gets a legal tech update
File Received: Google moves the UK’s user data to the US

File Received: Google moves the UK’s user data to the US

Google recently announced that it will transfer its …

The B words: Business fallout of Brexit

The B words: Business fallout of Brexit

Cabinet minister Michael Gove, whose responsibility includes no-deal …

Out of Office: Has Coronavirus changed working culture for good?

Out of Office: Has Coronavirus changed working culture for good?

Millions of workers all over the world are …

Prime Ministers of the Caribbean: Investigation into Boris Johnson’s holiday to the Caribbean

Prime Ministers of the Caribbean: Investigation into Boris Johnson’s holiday to the Caribbean

The Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards has launched an …

Running Away: Plans for Heathrow’s third runway will no longer go ahead

Running Away: Plans for Heathrow’s third runway will no longer go ahead

The Court of Appeal has ruled that government …

Slaughtering the Planet?: Magic circle firm targeted by environmentalists

Slaughtering the Planet?: Magic circle firm targeted by environmentalists

On 28 February, Lawyers for Extinction Rebellion staged …

The Coronavirus Effect: Facebook’s decontamination of panic-inducing adverts

The Coronavirus Effect: Facebook’s decontamination of panic-inducing adverts

Facebook has temporarily banned specific advertisements on its …

LittleLaw looks at… Political Advertising on Social Media

LittleLaw looks at… Political Advertising on Social Media

In light of author Stephen King’s decision to …

On the Cutting Floor: HSBC announces job cuts

On the Cutting Floor: HSBC announces job cuts

HSBC is set to cut around 35,000 jobs …

Big Brother Bank: Barclays monitors employees

Big Brother Bank: Barclays monitors employees

Barclays introduced technology to monitor employees’ work activity …

Go for Monzo: Monzo looks to relaunch paid-for accounts

Go for Monzo: Monzo looks to relaunch paid-for accounts

Monzo is looking to relaunch paid-for accounts in …

A Sign of the Times: Are corporate dress codes going out of style?
Out of Harm’s Way: Ofcom to regulate harmful social media content

Out of Harm’s Way: Ofcom to regulate harmful social media content

Ofcom is to be given regulatory powers over …

Manchexit: Manchester City banned from UEFA Competitions for 2 Years

Manchexit: Manchester City banned from UEFA Competitions for 2 Years

English football champions Manchester City have been banned …

The Judge Factor: Upcoming judicial reforms suggested

The Judge Factor: Upcoming judicial reforms suggested

The former Attorney-General (AG) Geoffrey Cox has speculated …

Pretty Scandalous: Pretty Little Thing ads deemed to be “over-sexualised”

Pretty Scandalous: Pretty Little Thing ads deemed to be “over-sexualised”

Clothing retailer Pretty Little Thing (PLT) had its …

Tricky Tactics: Judge allows surveillance evidence despite delay

Tricky Tactics: Judge allows surveillance evidence despite delay

A High Court judge has criticised a defendant …

The Legal App Store: Reynen Court’s legal platform backed by Big Law

The Legal App Store: Reynen Court’s legal platform backed by Big Law

Before its launch, Reynen Court is already positioning …

Corona-Crash: Coronavirus infects the stock market

Corona-Crash: Coronavirus infects the stock market

Global financial markets plunged in their worst week …

Lord of The Ringer: Spotify acquires sports company The Ringer

Lord of The Ringer: Spotify acquires sports company The Ringer

Spotify has acquired The Ringer, Bill Simmons’ sports …

BBC…Free?: The BBC licence fee is being questioned

BBC…Free?: The BBC licence fee is being questioned

The BBC’s Royal Charter assured Licence fee has …

London’s Calling: Huawei to implement 5G network in the UK

London’s Calling: Huawei to implement 5G network in the UK

Boris Johnson has approved Huawei’s help to build …

When 2 Become 1: T-Mobile and Sprint merger

When 2 Become 1: T-Mobile and Sprint merger

US Judge Victor Marrero has ruled in favour …

You’re Fired: BBC set to sack journalists pending imminent revamp
A Decree Absolute for Regional Divorce Centres: Divorce centres are being shut down

A Decree Absolute for Regional Divorce Centres: Divorce centres are being shut down

The government has announced the closure of regional …

Caroline Flack: CPS and the public interest

Caroline Flack: CPS and the public interest

Following widespread criticism over its decision to pursue …

Wanna Fly Away With Me?: Air India looking for buyers

Wanna Fly Away With Me?: Air India looking for buyers

The state-owned airline company Air India is up …

You Only Live Twice: Aston Martin secures £500m rescue deal

You Only Live Twice: Aston Martin secures £500m rescue deal

Luxury carmaker Aston Martin, whose cars are well-known …

Data is the New Currency: Herbert Smith Freehills launches new Digital Law Group

Data is the New Currency: Herbert Smith Freehills launches new Digital Law Group

International law firm, Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) launches …

Facebook’s New Supreme Court: Has Zuckerberg given up the gavel?

Facebook’s New Supreme Court: Has Zuckerberg given up the gavel?

Facebook is setting up an independent board to …

Barely Managing: Britain’s Sainsbury’s to cut hundreds of management jobs

Barely Managing: Britain’s Sainsbury’s to cut hundreds of management jobs

Sainsbury’s is set to cut hundreds of management …

Asking Axiom: The new LinkedIn for Lawyers?

Asking Axiom: The new LinkedIn for Lawyers?

Flexible lawyer service Axiom has created a LinkedIn-style …

Sustainability in BlackRock: World’s largest fund manager champions sustainability

Sustainability in BlackRock: World’s largest fund manager champions sustainability

BlackRock, the world’s largest fund manager, has revamped …

Adios AMIGO: Sub-prime lender listed for sale

Adios AMIGO: Sub-prime lender listed for sale

Sub-prime lender Amigo has weathered a rocky couple …

Get On Your Bike: Peloton’s “sexist” ad results in drop of market value

Get On Your Bike: Peloton’s “sexist” ad results in drop of market value

Peloton’s sexist Christmas advertisement prompts its market value …

Dude, Where’s My Cab? Careem to cease services in Oman

Dude, Where’s My Cab? Careem to cease services in Oman

Careem, the Dubai-based ride-sharing company owned by Uber, …

Struck Out: Solicitor struck off after mishandling client money
Huge Customs Savings: Government and HMRC bailout Flybe

Huge Customs Savings: Government and HMRC bailout Flybe

The British government recently brokered a deal to …

An Alternative Way To Prevent Extinction: Extinction Rebellion labelled a terrorist organisation

An Alternative Way To Prevent Extinction: Extinction Rebellion labelled a terrorist organisation

The environmental protest group “Extinction Rebellion” (XR) has …

U-Not-Clever: Unilever loses Supreme Court patent case

U-Not-Clever: Unilever loses Supreme Court patent case

Following a 13-year legal battle, the Supreme Court …

Manager to Aisle 3: Morrisons to axe 3,000 manager positions

Manager to Aisle 3: Morrisons to axe 3,000 manager positions

Morrisons plans to cut 3,000 department managerial roles …

From Dawn till Musk: Elon Musk wins landmark social media defamation case

From Dawn till Musk: Elon Musk wins landmark social media defamation case

Billionaire Elon Musk has won a landmark defamation …

Hack Attack: Customer data held hostage in Travelex hacking

Hack Attack: Customer data held hostage in Travelex hacking

Foreign exchange company, Travelex is being held to …

All You Can Eat: Just Eat and Takeaway.com finalise merger deal

All You Can Eat: Just Eat and Takeaway.com finalise merger deal

Just Eat shareholders have opted to merge with …

Trucking On: Eddie Stobart approves rescue deal

Trucking On: Eddie Stobart approves rescue deal

Eddie Stobart’s shareholders have voted overwhelmingly in favour …

A Potential No-go: Viagogo’s acquisition of Stubhub in choppy waters

A Potential No-go: Viagogo’s acquisition of Stubhub in choppy waters

Viagogo, the UK’s largest online platform for ticket …

Mindfulness, Meditation and Mental Health: BPP announces new initiatives

Mindfulness, Meditation and Mental Health: BPP announces new initiatives

BPP University Law School has announced the trial …

You(No Longer)Work: Job losses at workspace provider WeWork

You(No Longer)Work: Job losses at workspace provider WeWork

WeWork has announced that 2,400 employees will be …

The Force is Not So Strong With This One: Amazon appeals JEDI decision

The Force is Not So Strong With This One: Amazon appeals JEDI decision

Amazon Web Services has filed against the Pentagon\’s …

Your Ride is Cancelled: Uber’s licence revoked in London

Your Ride is Cancelled: Uber’s licence revoked in London

In 2017, Uber’s licence was revoked by Transport …

Class Action Is In Session: Decision issued in first UK shareholder class action

Class Action Is In Session: Decision issued in first UK shareholder class action

Delivering a judgment in the first shareholder class …

Dr. Google: Project Nightingale gave Google access to millions of medical records

Dr. Google: Project Nightingale gave Google access to millions of medical records

Google\’s partnership with Ascension, a major US hospital …

Work Smarter Not Harder: Would nationalising broadband boost productivity?

Work Smarter Not Harder: Would nationalising broadband boost productivity?

Labour made an election pledge to provide free …

Save Our Soles: Clarks struggles to compete during the high street crisis

Save Our Soles: Clarks struggles to compete during the high street crisis

Footwear retailer, Clarks is the latest victim of …

Not So SQE-asy: Will the SQE be too difficult?

Not So SQE-asy: Will the SQE be too difficult?

Potentially high failure rates of up to 50% …

Game On: Record breaking investment in Manchester City football club

Game On: Record breaking investment in Manchester City football club

The US Private Equity firm Silver Lake has …

Floating by on $2 Trillion: Saudi oil giant debuts on stock exchange

Floating by on $2 Trillion: Saudi oil giant debuts on stock exchange

The world’s most profitable company has gone public. …

An Update on Hong Kong

An Update on Hong Kong

Towards the end of November political shockwaves rocked …

Just Sign It: Liverpool choose Nike over New Balance

Just Sign It: Liverpool choose Nike over New Balance

Current European Champions, Liverpool are free to enter …

BritBox: Terrestrial broadcasters enter the streaming wars

BritBox: Terrestrial broadcasters enter the streaming wars

Britbox, the brainchild of ITV and BBC, will …

Bo Money, Less Problems: RBS sets up its own digital bank named Bó

Bo Money, Less Problems: RBS sets up its own digital bank named Bó

After two years of developing and £100 million …

Hungary for Fines: Facebook fined again; this time for claiming its services are free of charge

Hungary for Fines: Facebook fined again; this time for claiming its services are free of charge

The Hungarian competition authority (Gazdasági Versenyhivatal or GVH) …

Refunds For All: HSBC and Santander ordered to pay £8 million back to their customers

Refunds For All: HSBC and Santander ordered to pay £8 million back to their customers

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has ordered …

Spaces High: UK increases space tech funding

Spaces High: UK increases space tech funding

On the eve of European Space Agency (ESA) …

Bond No Longer: FCA bans advertising of mini-bonds

Bond No Longer: FCA bans advertising of mini-bonds

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have introduced a …

Abandoning Amazon: Nike delists its products from retailing giant

Abandoning Amazon: Nike delists its products from retailing giant

Following a strategic overhaul, Nike has decided to …

Powering Down: Npower to cut jobs

Powering Down: Npower to cut jobs

The Big six energy firm Npower has announced …

Booking.TM: US Supreme Court to hear Booking.com trademark case

Booking.TM: US Supreme Court to hear Booking.com trademark case

The US Supreme Court is considering blocking an …

I Do… Not: Pressing reforms to divorce law put on hold

I Do… Not: Pressing reforms to divorce law put on hold

The long awaited reforms to divorce law, as …

Hey Alexa, Give Evidence: Alexa could potentially be a witness in a murder trial

Hey Alexa, Give Evidence: Alexa could potentially be a witness in a murder trial

The possibility of eavesdropping virtual assistants being used …

Environment in Turm-Oil: Oil giants need to make cuts to hit climate targets

Environment in Turm-Oil: Oil giants need to make cuts to hit climate targets

Oil companies need to cut combined production by …

#Ad: Why brands and celebrity influencers need to suppress their appetites for influencer marketing

#Ad: Why brands and celebrity influencers need to suppress their appetites for influencer marketing

Sponsored posts by celebrity influencers (Katie Price, Lauren …

Thank You For the Music: Spotify’s CFO announces departure

Thank You For the Music: Spotify’s CFO announces departure

In a high profile exit, Spotify’s Barry McCarthy …

Welcome to Technolo-Three: FinTech’s third wave imminent

Welcome to Technolo-Three: FinTech’s third wave imminent

FinTech is entering a third phase of development. …

Bedtime for Mothercare: Mothercare closes down in the UK

Bedtime for Mothercare: Mothercare closes down in the UK

Mothercare has entered administration, closing all UK stores, …

Dispute Delivery: Royal Mail win injunction at the High Court

Dispute Delivery: Royal Mail win injunction at the High Court

Royal Mail believes that its employees were forced …

PPLie: Mis-sold PPI scandal set to cost Lloyds over £22billion

PPLie: Mis-sold PPI scandal set to cost Lloyds over £22billion

The payment protection insurance (PPI) policy is one …

Go Go Galactic: Virgin Galactic launch on the New York Stock Exchange

Go Go Galactic: Virgin Galactic launch on the New York Stock Exchange

On the 28th of October 2019, Virgin Galactic …

Regulating Robots: Financial services regulators commit to explore machine learning policies

Regulating Robots: Financial services regulators commit to explore machine learning policies

An industry-wide survey of financial services companies has …

Too Much Tech: Firms are struggling to choose between legaltech providers

Too Much Tech: Firms are struggling to choose between legaltech providers

After years of resisting technology, the legal industry …

Another Step into Your Privacy: Google acquires Fitbit

Another Step into Your Privacy: Google acquires Fitbit

Technology Giant Google is to buy the health …

In Need of a Service: Bentley loses trademark battle

In Need of a Service: Bentley loses trademark battle

Bentley Motors has lost a 20 year running …

Time to Unmind: Slaughter and May release mental health app

Time to Unmind: Slaughter and May release mental health app

Slaughter and May have partnered with Unmind, a …

NDA Crackdown: UK Equality watchdog calls time on controversial “gagging orders”

NDA Crackdown: UK Equality watchdog calls time on controversial “gagging orders”

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has …

“Too Little, Too Late” – Hong Kong sinks into recession

“Too Little, Too Late” – Hong Kong sinks into recession

The major international trading hub faces a harsh …

Ad Me on Social Media: Facebook sued for discriminatory ads

Ad Me on Social Media: Facebook sued for discriminatory ads

Facebook, the world’s second largest seller of advertisements, …

LittleLaw looks at… The Protests in Hong Kong

LittleLaw looks at… The Protests in Hong Kong

Since early June there have been protests in …

Done Deal: Watchstone and Slater & Gordon Settle longstanding feud

Done Deal: Watchstone and Slater & Gordon Settle longstanding feud

Insurance firm Watchstone and law firm Slater & …

Hey Big Spender: Amazon profits drop 26% after flurry of expenditure

Hey Big Spender: Amazon profits drop 26% after flurry of expenditure

Amazon’s quarterly profits are down from $2.9 billion …

Shoulda, Woodford, Coulda: Woodford Investment Management set to close

Shoulda, Woodford, Coulda: Woodford Investment Management set to close

Woodford Investment Management, an investment management firm, is …

Till Reform Do Us Part: Law Commission to review 19th century marriage laws

Till Reform Do Us Part: Law Commission to review 19th century marriage laws

The Law Commission is working on improving the …

No Way to Dress up a Company’s Struggles: Monsoon Accessorize still in a critical condition

No Way to Dress up a Company’s Struggles: Monsoon Accessorize still in a critical condition

Despite Monsoon Accessorize’s company voluntary arrangement (CVA) being …

QuickQuid’s Quick Split: Payday lender exits UK market

QuickQuid’s Quick Split: Payday lender exits UK market

Payday lender QuickQuid has decided to pull out …

Every Little (Claim) Helps: Tesco under fire over unequal pay

Every Little (Claim) Helps: Tesco under fire over unequal pay

One of the UK’s largest supermarkets, Tesco, has …

Neurodiversity: Herbert Smith Freehills partner with Autism Forward

Neurodiversity: Herbert Smith Freehills partner with Autism Forward

Herbert Smith Freehills has partnered with Autism Forward …

Primed for Law: Amazon edges into the legal services arena

Primed for Law: Amazon edges into the legal services arena

On the 1st October, the Amazon Intellectual Property …

Hot Courting Chaos: The new symptom of our ailing criminal justice system

Hot Courting Chaos: The new symptom of our ailing criminal justice system

The Criminal Bar has recently warned of the …

VW Dieselgate Emissions Scandal: The mistake that keeps on giving

VW Dieselgate Emissions Scandal: The mistake that keeps on giving

Volkswagen’s (VW) “defeat device” designed to circumvent emissions …

Partner to Pay Up: Beckwith avoids ban but not £235,000 bill

Partner to Pay Up: Beckwith avoids ban but not £235,000 bill

The Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT) has ordered Ryan …

LittleLaw looks at… Law Firm IPOs

LittleLaw looks at… Law Firm IPOs

The legal services industry is undergoing significant disruption …

Direct Listing: The new future for going public?

Direct Listing: The new future for going public?

Following the recent initial public offering (IPO) flops …

Breaking Up with Big Tech: US presidential hopeful announces plans for breakup

Breaking Up with Big Tech: US presidential hopeful announces plans for breakup

In March, US Democratic Presidential hopeful, Senator Elizabeth …

PayPulling Out: PayPal pulls out of Facebook’s cryptocurrency

PayPulling Out: PayPal pulls out of Facebook’s cryptocurrency

PayPal announces its decision to pull out of …

Now You See It, Now You Don’t: A look at the “CumEx” scandal

Now You See It, Now You Don’t: A look at the “CumEx” scandal

Involving an extensive network of bankers, tax lawyers …

Growth Continues: Dentons plants seeds in Argentina and Uruguay

Growth Continues: Dentons plants seeds in Argentina and Uruguay

Dentons (the world’s largest law firm by headcount) …

ElectroLinks: Magic Circle firm Linklaters has introduced digital training contract offers
Evershedding the Old Ways: Eversheds Sutherland sets BAME targets for UK practice

Evershedding the Old Ways: Eversheds Sutherland sets BAME targets for UK practice

Eversheds Sutherland has released BAME targets for its …

Punishing Poor Pensions: The Investment Association cracks down on pension schemes

Punishing Poor Pensions: The Investment Association cracks down on pension schemes

The Investment Association (IA) have decided to issue …

Hala at Me: Careem launches new e-hailing service called Hala

Hala at Me: Careem launches new e-hailing service called Hala

Careem, on a joint venture with the Roads …

Pounding the Market: Poundland’s road to an IPO

Pounding the Market: Poundland’s road to an IPO

Poundland’s parent company, Pepco Group is considering an …

Spurred On: Tottenham Hotspur refinance stadium debt

Spurred On: Tottenham Hotspur refinance stadium debt

Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) have refinanced loans used to …

Permanently Grounded: Travel giant Thomas Cook collapses

Permanently Grounded: Travel giant Thomas Cook collapses

British global travel group Thomas Cook has filed …

Bunking with the Public: AirBnB announces it will make an IPO as it plans to go public

Bunking with the Public: AirBnB announces it will make an IPO as it plans to go public

AirBnB, the home-sharing rental business, has announced that …

Given the Boot: M&S drops out of the FTSE 100

Given the Boot: M&S drops out of the FTSE 100

In early September the retailer Marks & Spencer …

All the Wage: Low levels of unemployment boosts wage growth

All the Wage: Low levels of unemployment boosts wage growth

Unemployment levels in the UK fell in the …

Going Vegan: How British brands are capitalising on veganism

Going Vegan: How British brands are capitalising on veganism

Vegan products are transforming British brands with more …

5G-Wheel Drive: 5G could finally put fully autonomous cars on the road

5G-Wheel Drive: 5G could finally put fully autonomous cars on the road

University researchers’ efforts with 5G now allow data …

Deliver-sued: Deliveroo ad banned for being misleading

Deliver-sued: Deliveroo ad banned for being misleading

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned a …

Overlooking Privacy: YouTube fined $170m for collecting children’s personal data

Overlooking Privacy: YouTube fined $170m for collecting children’s personal data

The Federal Trade Commission recently fined YouTube a …

WeDon’tWork: The real estate company WeWork looks to launch an IPO

WeDon’tWork: The real estate company WeWork looks to launch an IPO

WeWork, the office sharing company which leases office …

Yours Electronically: The Law Commission confirms electronic signatures are legally valid

Yours Electronically: The Law Commission confirms electronic signatures are legally valid

The Law Commission has stated that electronic signatures …

Too Traditional: Law Firms “incorporating” new business models

Too Traditional: Law Firms “incorporating” new business models

Law firms are moving away from the traditional …

Be There or Be Scared: Eversheds Sutherland debuts “Techtember” to dispel its lawyers’ fear of IT

Be There or Be Scared: Eversheds Sutherland debuts “Techtember” to dispel its lawyers’ fear of IT

Eversheds Sutherland is currently hosting a month-long training program to …

The end is near: PPI claims deadline approaches and will have big effects on the industry

The end is near: PPI claims deadline approaches and will have big effects on the industry

On the 29th August, UK’s financial regulators brought …

Connect Five: UK telecommunications companies to gain more rights to deploy 5G equipment

Connect Five: UK telecommunications companies to gain more rights to deploy 5G equipment

Telecoms operators will be given enhanced rights to …

Cheers to That: BrewDog considers issuing £10m bond with “annual payment in beer”
In it for the Internet: TalkTalk and Vodafone in legal action over BT’s ethernet controls
The Italian Stall-ion: Political upheaval in Italy

The Italian Stall-ion: Political upheaval in Italy

Italy’s 66th post-war government (since 1945) collapsed after …

LittleLaw looks at… Prostitution in the UK

LittleLaw looks at… Prostitution in the UK

Since 2014, Holbeck in Leeds has permitted sex …

Justice Calling: HMCTS centralised hubs respond to calls within 30 seconds

Justice Calling: HMCTS centralised hubs respond to calls within 30 seconds

The launch of centralised hubs to dispense justice …

Eating Up the Competition: JustEat join with Dutch company in £9bn merger

Eating Up the Competition: JustEat join with Dutch company in £9bn merger

JustEat and Takeaway.com merge to create the second …

Class Dismissed: The commercial spillovers of prorogation

Class Dismissed: The commercial spillovers of prorogation

The effects of prorogation are not only present …

Hey Siri, Stop Listening: Apple regularly hears confidential details on Siri

Hey Siri, Stop Listening: Apple regularly hears confidential details on Siri

Apple contractors regularly hear confidential details on Siri …

Brits & Brussels: UK Lawyers take up Belgian citizenship

Brits & Brussels: UK Lawyers take up Belgian citizenship

British lawyers based in Brussels are taking Belgian …

Business with Burford: Burford Capital alleges “illegal manipulation” of shares

Business with Burford: Burford Capital alleges “illegal manipulation” of shares

The litigation funder claims illegal manipulation of its …

Saving Face: Facebook loses facial recognition appeal

Saving Face: Facebook loses facial recognition appeal

Facebook’s appeal against a class action case has …

Not-So High Flyers: Hong Kong airport cancels flights due to protests

Not-So High Flyers: Hong Kong airport cancels flights due to protests

Thousands of anti-government protesters staged a mass sit-in …

Risky Business: Dentons bite back with launch of risk consulting business

Risky Business: Dentons bite back with launch of risk consulting business

Dentons, the world’s largest law firm by number …

Timely Tourists: UK visitors take advantage of the weak pound

Timely Tourists: UK visitors take advantage of the weak pound

The number of tourists visiting the UK is …

Every Little Job Cut Helps: Tesco announces 4,500 cuts as it overhauls Metro stores

Every Little Job Cut Helps: Tesco announces 4,500 cuts as it overhauls Metro stores

Tesco, Britain’s largest private sector employer, has announced …

Puny Pound: The pound hits its lowest value since 2016

Puny Pound: The pound hits its lowest value since 2016

The pound fell against major world currencies on …

An Evolving Beast: Cybercrime in financial services

An Evolving Beast: Cybercrime in financial services

With the number of large-scale and successful cyber …

Cleaning House: Unilever warns it will sell brands which are harmful to society

Cleaning House: Unilever warns it will sell brands which are harmful to society

Unilever threatens to sell brands without positive social …

ET Vodafone Home: Vodafone sell off mobile masts

ET Vodafone Home: Vodafone sell off mobile masts

Vodafone to sell off 60,000 mobile masts for …

Open Court: Trial documents are now accessible to the public

Open Court: Trial documents are now accessible to the public

A Supreme Court verdict has ruled that documents …

Two-Faced App: UK Watchdog monitoring privacy concerns over FaceApp

Two-Faced App: UK Watchdog monitoring privacy concerns over FaceApp

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is considering allegations …

A Rising Star: China’s Nasdaq-style board, “Star market”, opens

A Rising Star: China’s Nasdaq-style board, “Star market”, opens

China recently launched its most liberal and independent …

It’s a NetFix: Arron Banks threatens Netflix with legal action over new documentary

It’s a NetFix: Arron Banks threatens Netflix with legal action over new documentary

The billionaire businessman and Brexit campaign funder Arron …

A Tip of the Red Hat: IBM closes Red Hat acquisition for $34 billion

A Tip of the Red Hat: IBM closes Red Hat acquisition for $34 billion

International Business Machines Corp (IBM) has made the …

The Intelligent Choice: Thomson Reuters acquires HighQ

The Intelligent Choice: Thomson Reuters acquires HighQ

Thomson Reuters, the multinational media and information company, …

The NewLaw Race: BCLP launches ‘BCLP Cubed’ service delivery business

The NewLaw Race: BCLP launches ‘BCLP Cubed’ service delivery business

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP) recently announced that …

Serco Scandal: The Big Four to see heightened regulations

Serco Scandal: The Big Four to see heightened regulations

Following a six-year criminal investigation into fraud and …

Back To School – Eversheds Sutherland launches LegalTech Training

Back To School – Eversheds Sutherland launches LegalTech Training

Global leader Eversheds Sutherland have announced a new …

Can He Fix It? Yes He Can: Government’s plans for fixed recoverable costs

Can He Fix It? Yes He Can: Government’s plans for fixed recoverable costs

Following the recommendations of Sir Rupert Jackson, a …

An IPO Launch: Virgin Galactic goes public

An IPO Launch: Virgin Galactic goes public

Richard Branson has listed Virgin Galactic publicly in …

Welcome to FaceBank: Facebook Coin’s challenge to Global Banking

Welcome to FaceBank: Facebook Coin’s challenge to Global Banking

Facebook’s plan to operate its own digital currency …

Failure 4 All: The “Big Four” fail to meet audit quality targets

Failure 4 All: The “Big Four” fail to meet audit quality targets

A report by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) …

An LLB in AI: How AI in law is the changing role of future lawyers

An LLB in AI: How AI in law is the changing role of future lawyers

Technology is changing the culture and foundation of …

Crypto Clampdown: FCA consults on proposed ban of cryptocurrency products

Crypto Clampdown: FCA consults on proposed ban of cryptocurrency products

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has opened a …

Listing Market Liberalisation: The London-Shanghai Stock-Connect goes live!

Listing Market Liberalisation: The London-Shanghai Stock-Connect goes live!

The long-awaited London-Shanghai Stock Connect finally launched in …

Cutting Corners: Discrimination failures due to legal aid cuts

Cutting Corners: Discrimination failures due to legal aid cuts

Legal aid cuts mean discrimination victims cannot get …

A Scandinavian Scandal: Another Nordic banking boss goes out the window

A Scandinavian Scandal: Another Nordic banking boss goes out the window

Swedbank has become the second Scandinavian bank to …

Too Hungry?: The CMA presses pause on Amazon’s Deliveroo investment

Too Hungry?: The CMA presses pause on Amazon’s Deliveroo investment

The Competition and Markets Authority (UK’s competition regulator) …

United States of Monzo: Monzo launches in the US

United States of Monzo: Monzo launches in the US

Monzo (the UK-based trending ‘challenger’ bank) has set …

A Penny for your Thoughts? The Law Society charges £60 an hour for careers advice

A Penny for your Thoughts? The Law Society charges £60 an hour for careers advice

The Law Society, the paid solicitor’s membership body, …

Cleaning House: Money laundering & the legal profession

Cleaning House: Money laundering & the legal profession

Following a recent review, 26 law firms have …

Saving Small Businesses: MP Group Pushes for Commercial Banking Reform

Saving Small Businesses: MP Group Pushes for Commercial Banking Reform

The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG, an independent organisation …

Virtually There: Linklaters launches a virtual reality internship

Virtually There: Linklaters launches a virtual reality internship

Linklaters’ new ‘virtual internship’ looks to aid social …

A Call for Change: Ofcom wants to end overpaying for phone contracts

A Call for Change: Ofcom wants to end overpaying for phone contracts

Internet and phone providers will now have to …

Access for All: Regulators championing lawtech to increase access to justice

Access for All: Regulators championing lawtech to increase access to justice

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is going to …

Moving On: The FCA and Bank of England encourage banks to let go of LIBOR

Moving On: The FCA and Bank of England encourage banks to let go of LIBOR

Two years after Andrew Baily, head of the …

Big 4 Break Up? Competition watchdogs suggest accountancy firms shake-up

Big 4 Break Up? Competition watchdogs suggest accountancy firms shake-up

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has recommended …

A Sigh of Relief: High street retail giant Arcadia Group hobbles on

A Sigh of Relief: High street retail giant Arcadia Group hobbles on

The fashion retail giant Arcadia Group (owning the …

Phone a Friend: Russia provides 5G lifeline for Huawei

Phone a Friend: Russia provides 5G lifeline for Huawei

Huawei and MTS (a Russian telecom firm) have …

Facing Facts: The Need for Regulation of Facial Recognition

Facing Facts: The Need for Regulation of Facial Recognition

There has been a call for greater regulation …

The Crypto Craze: Facebook To Launch Its Own Cryptocurrency

The Crypto Craze: Facebook To Launch Its Own Cryptocurrency

This week, Facebook plans to reveal details of …

A Steely Resolve: British Steel Enters Compulsory Liquidation

A Steely Resolve: British Steel Enters Compulsory Liquidation

Last month, the High Court put British Steel …

No Obstacle for Obelisk: CMS Team up with Obelisk to Improve Flexible Working

No Obstacle for Obelisk: CMS Team up with Obelisk to Improve Flexible Working

Obelisk announces a formal partnership with CMS offering …

Revolutionising Recruitment: Rare Launched New ‘Vantage’ Platform

Revolutionising Recruitment: Rare Launched New ‘Vantage’ Platform

The graduate recruitment specialist Rare has launched a …

Walk This Way: Criminal Barristers Plan National Walkout

Walk This Way: Criminal Barristers Plan National Walkout

Criminal barristers in England and Wales have voted …

New Kid on the Block(chain): Land Registry Turns to New Technology

New Kid on the Block(chain): Land Registry Turns to New Technology

Blockchain is a newer type of ledger that …

Diverse Decision-Making: How Diversity on Boards Can Help Organisations

Diverse Decision-Making: How Diversity on Boards Can Help Organisations

Companies are starting to understand the benefits of …

Innovation Incubation: Slaughter & May Launches New Legal Tech Program

Innovation Incubation: Slaughter & May Launches New Legal Tech Program

The Magic Circle firm has selected 6 start-ups …

Last Orders: Jamie’s Italian goes into Administration

Last Orders: Jamie’s Italian goes into Administration

Jamie Oliver’s restaurant group, including Jamie’s Italian, Fifteen …

Moving the Bar: New Bar Course on the Horizon

Moving the Bar: New Bar Course on the Horizon

A new two-part Bar course by the Inns …

Progress: Women Making History at Ashurst

Progress: Women Making History at Ashurst

Ashurst has promoted 21 of its lawyers to …

Breaking Up Boutiques: Linklaters Announces the Creation of its New Sports Group

Breaking Up Boutiques: Linklaters Announces the Creation of its New Sports Group

Linklaters recently announced the establishment of a new …

Not All Fun and Games: Toys R Us Drowning Under Legal Bills

Not All Fun and Games: Toys R Us Drowning Under Legal Bills

Having gone into administration last year, Toys R …

A Two-Pronged Attack: GCs Take Action for Diversity

A Two-Pronged Attack: GCs Take Action for Diversity

Over 170 general counsel have published what they …

Time is Not Money: Clifford Chance May Scrap Billable Hours

Time is Not Money: Clifford Chance May Scrap Billable Hours

Clifford Chance is scrapping billable hours for trainees …

Bad Advertising: Online political advertising needs new regulation

Bad Advertising: Online political advertising needs new regulation

The Electoral Commission has said that new legislation …

So Call Me, Maybe: HMRC ordered to delete voice records of 5 million people

So Call Me, Maybe: HMRC ordered to delete voice records of 5 million people

HMRC launched a voice ID system for telephone …

Explaining the Gender Pay Gap: Why is it happening and what can be done?

Explaining the Gender Pay Gap: Why is it happening and what can be done?

Littler Mendelson (the largest US-based employment law firm) …

The Land of the Rising Fund: Goldman Applies for a Tokyo Banking Licence

The Land of the Rising Fund: Goldman Applies for a Tokyo Banking Licence

Leading global investment bank Goldman Sachs has recently …

Legally United: The Proposed Unionisation of the Legal Profession

Legally United: The Proposed Unionisation of the Legal Profession

Barristers, solicitors and others within the legal profession …

Send to All: Facebook has Harvested the Email Contacts of 1.5 Million Users

Send to All: Facebook has Harvested the Email Contacts of 1.5 Million Users

Facebook claims that it “unintentionally” copied the email …

Failure to Fund: Law Firm Insolvencies Continue to Rise

Failure to Fund: Law Firm Insolvencies Continue to Rise

An increasing number of law firms are becoming …

Transatlantic Tolerance: UK Too Lenient on Corporate Crime

Transatlantic Tolerance: UK Too Lenient on Corporate Crime

A recent report from watchdog Corruption Watch has …

Equal Partners: Herbert Smith Freehills Sets Female Partnership Target

Equal Partners: Herbert Smith Freehills Sets Female Partnership Target

Silver circle law firm Herbert Smith Freehills sets …

Litigation Luck: Therium raises £325m to take it over the $1bn mark

Litigation Luck: Therium raises £325m to take it over the $1bn mark

Therium, a leading global provider of litigation funding, …

Grocery Liability: Morrisons appeal to Supreme Court over Data Breach

Grocery Liability: Morrisons appeal to Supreme Court over Data Breach

The Supreme Court has granted permission to Morrisons …

Fake Friends: MPs Call for a Ban on McKenzie Friends

Fake Friends: MPs Call for a Ban on McKenzie Friends

Following a recent High Court judgment, the chair …

Eye on the Mind: A Look at Mental Health Problems in the Legal Profession

Eye on the Mind: A Look at Mental Health Problems in the Legal Profession

Recent years has seen an increased focus on …

Strike for the Greater Good: Solicitor Struck off for Dishonesty

Strike for the Greater Good: Solicitor Struck off for Dishonesty

The High Court has overturned a tribunal decision …

When Sharing Isn’t Caring: Facebook’s Data Dilemma

When Sharing Isn’t Caring: Facebook’s Data Dilemma

Facebook’s data-sharing deals with 150 major technology companies …

A Social Outcast: Lush quits Social Media

A Social Outcast: Lush quits Social Media

Lush UK is quitting social media, stating that …

Hi-tech High Tops: Nike Seeks to Trademark “Footware”

Hi-tech High Tops: Nike Seeks to Trademark “Footware”

Sportswear company Nike has filed to trademark the …

Card Payments: Mastercard faces £14 billion class action lawsuit

Card Payments: Mastercard faces £14 billion class action lawsuit

As a consequence of the Consumer Rights Act …

Lawyers For Hire: Law Firms Have Started to Embrace the Gig Economy

Lawyers For Hire: Law Firms Have Started to Embrace the Gig Economy

Leading law firms are setting up networks of …

A Difference to NOTICE: City firms urged to set ‘aspirational’ BAME retention targets

A Difference to NOTICE: City firms urged to set ‘aspirational’ BAME retention targets

Law firm diversity network NOTICED has published its …

The Sound of Silence: Concerns over UK’s Delay in Airbus Corruption Prosecution

The Sound of Silence: Concerns over UK’s Delay in Airbus Corruption Prosecution

The UK government faces criticism as it is …

Rules on Rebellion: Climate Protests Raising Issues of Lawfulness

Rules on Rebellion: Climate Protests Raising Issues of Lawfulness

Over 750 people have been arrested so far …

Providing for Parents: International Law Firms Reviewing Parental Policies

Providing for Parents: International Law Firms Reviewing Parental Policies

After releasing their latest gender pay gap figures, …

Missing the Goldman Facts: Goldman Sachs Fined by the FCA

Missing the Goldman Facts: Goldman Sachs Fined by the FCA

US investment bank Goldman Sachs has been fined …

Listening In: Huawei Forced out of Countries’ 5G Networks over Fears of Espionage
Prepare for Turbulence: Boeing Cut Monthly Production of Its Aircraft

Prepare for Turbulence: Boeing Cut Monthly Production of Its Aircraft

Aircraft manufacturing giant Boeing has announced plans to …

Reignite My Fire: Slaughter & May and Eight Others Join a Diversity Hiring Scheme

Reignite My Fire: Slaughter & May and Eight Others Join a Diversity Hiring Scheme

Slaughter and May are among nine new firms …

Coping with Competition: FCA Uses its Competition Enforcement Powers

Coping with Competition: FCA Uses its Competition Enforcement Powers

For the first time ever the Financial Conduct …

New Silk Road: Next stop – Italy

New Silk Road: Next stop – Italy

Italy becomes the first developed economy and the …

Highway to Heaven: Uber accelerates toward Careem

Highway to Heaven: Uber accelerates toward Careem

Uber will acquire its Middle Eastern rival ‘Careem’ …

Rapidly Descending: Icelandic airline Wow Air goes bust

Rapidly Descending: Icelandic airline Wow Air goes bust

Following its failure to secure funds from investors, …

Developing Diversity: Clifford Chance releases more diversity figures than legally required

Developing Diversity: Clifford Chance releases more diversity figures than legally required

Clifford Chance has opted to release sexuality, ethnicity …

Business as Usual: UK and Switzerland Ratify Trade Deal

Business as Usual: UK and Switzerland Ratify Trade Deal

The UK and Switzerland\’s relationship continues to blossom …

What Do You Meme?: EU Directive Strengthens Copyright Law

What Do You Meme?: EU Directive Strengthens Copyright Law

The new EU Directive has been passed, which …

China’s Olive Branch: China Passes New Foreign Investment Laws

China’s Olive Branch: China Passes New Foreign Investment Laws

China has passed new foreign investment laws aiming …

The Private Network: Facebook Makes Changes to Become More of a Privacy-Focused Platform

The Private Network: Facebook Makes Changes to Become More of a Privacy-Focused Platform

Mark Zuckerberg (CEO of Facebook) has recently outlined …

M&S Goes Shopping: Supermarket agrees Ocado deal

M&S Goes Shopping: Supermarket agrees Ocado deal

M&S has agreed to a £750 million food …

Linklaters Leads The Way: Magic Circle Firm Increases Female Partnership by 20 Percent

Linklaters Leads The Way: Magic Circle Firm Increases Female Partnership by 20 Percent

Linklaters has promoted 33 of its lawyers this …

Ready for Lyft off: Transport Company Goes Public

Ready for Lyft off: Transport Company Goes Public

Lyft are set to go public with an …

Article 62: Brexit’s Silver bullet?

Article 62: Brexit’s Silver bullet?

MPs have suggested that Article 62 of the …

On the Road to Success: Rivals BMW and Daimler Enter into a Joint Venture

On the Road to Success: Rivals BMW and Daimler Enter into a Joint Venture

The two rival German car manufacturers, BMW and …

Stream Wars: Spotify versus Apple

Stream Wars: Spotify versus Apple

Apple is under investigation by the European Commission …

You Show Me Yours: The New Disclosure Pilot Scheme

You Show Me Yours: The New Disclosure Pilot Scheme

A two-year pilot of new civil disclosure rules …

Hermes’ Gigs and Benefits

Hermes’ Gigs and Benefits

Hermes (a parcel delivery company) confirms its “groundbreaking” …

Boeing… You’re Grounded

Boeing… You’re Grounded

Boeing’s best-selling 737 Max Aircraft has been grounded …

Costs of Competition: Google receives a £1.3 billion fine

Costs of Competition: Google receives a £1.3 billion fine

Google has been fined £1.28 billion by the …

Time to Talk about NDAs

Time to Talk about NDAs

The government is planning to reform non-disclosure agreements …

LK Bennett: Another one bites the dust

LK Bennett: Another one bites the dust

After failing to find new financial backers, upmarket …

Netflix Suffering Turbulent Times

Netflix Suffering Turbulent Times

EasyJet is suing Netflix for using the title …

KIT KATastrophe: Kit Kat’s breaks off EU legal battle