Showing 193-204 of 484 results

Publication

Cybercrime: a guide to recognition, prevention and protection

Commercial entities' reliance on IT exposes businesses to the risk of falling victim to cybercrime. This briefing sets out the key scams and how companies can make themselves less susceptible to them.
27 April 2016

Publication

Sweett victory: Lessons learned from Sweett Group’s Bribery Act conviction

The first company to be convicted of the “corporate offence” under Section 7 of the Bribery Act 2010 has now been sentenced. This article provides guidance as to the dos and don'ts around bribery.
23 March 2016

Publication

Method in the MADness: The new Market Abuse Regulation

The EU’s market abuse framework will shortly be overhauled as the Market Abuse Directive is repealed by the Market Abuse Regulation. This briefing summarises key changes to the market abuse regime.
26 February 2016

Method in the MADness: The new Market Abuse Regulation

The EU's market abuse framework will shortly be overhauled as the Market Abuse Directive is repealed by the Market Abuse Regulation. This briefing summarises key changes to the market abuse regime.
26 February 2016

Online traders and ODR

After a number of delays, the Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) platform will be live for consumers and traders from Monday 15 February 2016.
10 February 2016

Business critical fines for health and safety breaches

The ‘Definitive Guidelines’ for Health and Safety, Corporate Manslaughter and Food Safety and Hygiene Offences has now come into effect.
05 February 2016

Publication

Testing Times: Criminal culpability in the Volkswagen emissions scandal

This briefing explores the criminal prosecutions that might be brought against Volkswagen and/or its officials under UK law, after admitting it falsified diesel-fuelled vehicle emissions readings.
29 January 2016

Publication

How many law firms is it reasonable for co-parties to instruct?

The High Court decision in the case of Ong & Ors v Ping is a useful warning that the costs of separate representation in trust litigation may not be recoverable in full for successful parties.
20 January 2016

Publication

General Court: submitting evidence of genuine use by means of CD-ROM is acceptable

Jennifer Gibson has authored an article in World Trademark Review Daily on the acceptability of submitting evidence of genuine use by means of CD-ROM.
07 January 2016

Publication

The Giant Awakens: Bribery Act 2010

We explain the significance of three new cases since the implementation of the Bribery Act 2010 and give practical guidance on minimising the risk of organisations committing the offence.
23 December 2015

Publication

Real Estate Disputes Case Review 2015

Our Real Estate Disputes team provides a month-by-month breakdown of the most significant property cases of 2015.
16 December 2015

Publication

How the bar has been raised higher for challengers to automatic suspension hearings

We consider a recent suspension case, where the court allowed the public purchaser to proceed with the contract.
14 December 2015

The Burges Salmon blog

Subscribe to news and insight

Events and webinars

Keep up to date with the latest legal developments. Attend an upcoming webinar or virtual event.
View all events