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Financial services, bribery and the adequate procedures defence

In light of R v Skansen, financial services firms should ensure that they have the adequate procedures and the required systems and controls to prevent bribery. 

15 May 2018

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Burges Salmon advises Peter Hargreaves on £24m Goonhilly Earth Station investment

Burges Salmon has advised longstanding client Peter Hargreaves on his £24 million investment in Cornwall’s satellite tracking Goonhilly Earth Station.

14 May 2018

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Burges Salmon ranks as the most active energy M&A team globally over the last five years

Burges Salmon has again ranked strongly in Clean Energy Pipeline’s 2017 global league tables for clean energy M&A. 
10 May 2018

What makes a profit apportionment method just and reasonable?

Tribunal makes decision on taxable profits in Maersk Oil North Sea UK Ltd and Maersk Oil UK Ltd v HMRC.
09 May 2018

Rights of beneficiaries: access to trust information

The recent judgment of HHJ Paul Matthews in Lewis v Tamplin provides cause to consider what rights beneficiaries under a trust have to demand information about and documents relating to the trust.
09 May 2018

Brexit, chemicals and REACH: five issues to consider now

The chemical and manufacturing industries are still waiting for clear post-Brexit plans for UK chemicals regulation, with exit from REACH a particular concern
09 May 2018

Small-cap corporate governance: new QCA Code

We take a look at the new QCA corporate governance code and the next steps for companies.
08 May 2018

Glencairn Crystal fails to cut glass rival from market

Whisky glass ruling illustrates the high threshold of ‘irreparable harm’ that is needed for IP rights holders to be awarded an interim injunction pending trial.

08 May 2018

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AI: how does machine learning work?

How do you teach an AI bot? What are decision trees and neural networks? How do machines learn?
08 May 2018

Brexit news: EU domain names under the spotlight

Under current regulations, UK individuals and businesses are entitled to register and use websites using the .eu domain. This right may disappear post-Brexit.

03 May 2018

SAAMCo principles and contributory negligence: a reminder for claimants

Lloyds Bank Plc v McBains Cooper Consulting Limited examines the extent to which a professional advisor may be liable for a claimant's loss and how damages can be reduced by contributory negligence.
03 May 2018

Alternative development proposals: how do they affect CPO validity?

The case of Swish Estates has re-stated the Margate principles when considering the validity of a CPO where a landowner has put forward an alternative development proposal.
02 May 2018
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