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United Kingdom begins work on its new post-Brexit exhaustion regime

As rights holders wait for a response to the government’s consultation on the future of the UK’s exhaustion regime, we offer some insight into this complex area

21 December 2021

Oatly misses 'oat' on victory in UK trade mark battle against PureOaty

A business learning from its competitors - even to the extent of adopting similarities in branding approach and presentation - does not necessarily amount to trade mark infringement
21 December 2021

ICO set to issue 17 million Data Protection Fine to Facial Recognition Firm Clearview AI

The ICO has issued a provisional £17 million fine to facial recognition firm Clearview AI Inc, and ordered the company to stop processing UK personal data.
21 December 2021

New MIFIDPRU Remuneration Code for all FCA investment firms

The new MIFIDPRU remuneration code applies to performance periods beginning on or after 1 January 2022. We have summarised the key provisions and how they apply
21 December 2021

A stealthy avoidance of summary judgment at the UK High Court

In what turned out to be a complex case, the judge took the view that the court should be given the opportunity to hear the full evidence at trial
20 December 2021

A Brexit hangover and what it means for PPF compensation

We examine what impact the Court of Justice of the European Union decisions in Hampshire v PPF and PSV v Bauer will have on PPF compensation post-Brexit
20 December 2021

ICO issues Data Protection Standards aimed at curbing privacy risks posed by advertising technologies

The ICO’s new Data Protection Standards for advertising tech and the intended approach to regulating the industry to ensure compliance with data protection law
17 December 2021

White - Farming cases 20 years on

Are faming cases on divorce treated differently? A review of how the courts consider issues of inherited assets and liquidity
16 December 2021

International Family Law: Brexit…one year on

One year after Brexit, there remain challenges for international families involved in divorce and separation
16 December 2021

What is and what is not a proprietary estoppel claim? Earl of Plymouth v Rees and the limits of a claim in proprietary estoppel

The decision in the Earl of Plymouth v Rees proprietary estoppel claim summarises the applicable principles and shows the limits of proprietary estoppel as a cause of action
16 December 2021

Family Law in the Pandemic – time to revisit settlements?

Should Financial Settlements on Divorce be reviewed in light of the economic impact of Covid-19?
16 December 2021

Pensions law: On the horizon

To help you keep abreast of the forthcoming changes in pensions law, we have prepared a tracker of key recent and future developments
14 December 2021

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