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Landmark decision in Metal-on-Metal Hip product liability litigation

Topic: Medical and Life Sciences 21.05.2018 Read more
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Tooth – discovery assessment invalid as no inaccuracy in return

Topic: Tax Take 21.05.2018 Read more
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The ‘Meghan effect’: its impact on retailers

Topic: Trainees take on business 18.05.2018 Read more
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A spa day, on doctor's orders…

Topic: Medical and Life Sciences 18.05.2018 Read more
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The "I dos" and don'ts of Royal marketing and merchandise

Topic: Trainees take on business 17.05.2018 Read more
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Dreamvar and identity fraud in conveyancing transactions

Topic: Professional and Financial Risks 17.05.2018 Read more
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TPR announces new approach for pension regulations

Topic: Financial Services Regulatory and Risk 17.05.2018 Read more
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Claimant gets its fingers 'pricked' in IPEC passing off claim

Topic: IP

Published by Rebecca Rose, Associate and more.

What's the difference between a tattoo and a cactus? This isn't the start of a bad joke, but a serious question that was considered in front of Her Honour Judge Clarke in a recent passing off case in the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court. It turns out that – unsurprisingly – the differences between a tattoo and a cactus are so great that the Claimant's claim for passing off failed.

16.05.2018 Read more
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Raise a glass to Harry and Meghan

Topic: Trainees take on business 16.05.2018 Read more
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Cybercrime and its impact on D&O insurance

Topic: Financial Services Regulatory and Risk

Published by Ashley Daniells, Associate and more.

Cybercrime has risen in recent years, perhaps more than anybody ever expected. For a long time, the focus was on defending businesses against such crimes. Now, with more people aware of cybercrime and the risks, insurers are becoming increasingly aware of the impact such crime may have on D&O policies.

15.05.2018 Read more