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UK confirmation on legal status of cryptoassets and smart contracts

The future is here. Cryptoassets are property and smart contracts are binding
20 December 2019

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Fern Trading Limited on acquisition of Swish Fibre Ltd

The firm advises Fern on the acquisition of Swish Fibre, together with a £250m funding deal to transform full-fibre broadband access in the UK
19 December 2019

Updated guidance from the ICO on Data Subject Requests

The Information Commissioner’s Office ('ICO') has recently updated its guidance on responding to subject access requests

13 December 2019

14.5 million euro fine issued for improper data retention

A German real estate company has received a multimillion euro fine for retaining personal data.  We look at the facts and provide some practical guidance for your data retention practices
05 December 2019

Interim measures – the cure to competition infringements in a digital era?

The European Commission has imposed interim measures, for the first time in over a decade, on Broadcom. Does this signal an increase in the use of interim measures, particularly in digital markets?
14 November 2019

Taking back control - EU institutions challenge use of IT service providers' standard terms

Could the European Data Protection Supervisor’s investigation into Microsoft contracts be the beginning of the end for IT service providers’ standard terms?
11 November 2019

Press release

Burges Salmon and Nctm advise SEC Newgate on its merger with Porta Communications Plc

Our Corporate team and Nctm have advised SEC Newgate S.p.A., on its merger with Porta Communications Plc
16 September 2019

Qualcomm fined €242 million for abuse of dominance

The European Commission has fined Qualcomm €242 million for abusing its dominance in the 3G baseband chipset market by engaging in predatory pricing
22 August 2019

FCA gives comprehensive guidance on cryptoassets

The FCA has issued a guidance to give firms clarity on when dealing with cryptoassets will bring them within the regulatory perimeter
09 August 2019

UK Supreme Court sets November hearing date for Morrisons data breach appeal

The Supreme Court will hear the appeal against the Court of Appeal’s finding that Morrisons was vicariously liable for data breaches caused by a rogue employee
11 July 2019

Law Commissions publish responses to automated vehicles consultation

The Law Commission of England and Wales and the Scottish Law Commission have now published responses to their consultation on self-driving vehicles
05 July 2019

Standard Contractual Clauses and EU-US Privacy Shield - Under scrutiny

GDPR compliant mechanisms for international transfers face scrutiny with both the EU-US Privacy Shield and Standard Contractual Clauses being examined by the CJEU
03 July 2019
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