Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA’s) are being tackled by the UK government given their infamous status to act as a ‘gagging’ clause to employees nationwide.
There are numerous new laws and rules that shall come into effect this year – so what exactly are they?
The Treasury Committee recently reported that the necessity for the accuracy of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) checking is vital.
To what extent will Brexit also impact the world on a more global scale, for instance the environment?
All businesses within both the UK and EU should be aware of exactly what constitutes ‘Anti-Competitive’ behaviour, so to avoid legal action against them.
Last year, the EU introduced a new Geo-Blocking regulation regarding online e-commerce – so how will Brexit effect its implementation?
The EU ePrivacy Regulation is the most recent data regulation to be proposed by the EU – so what exactly is it?
Clients undergoing a dispute may be advised to seek Arbitration as a form of ‘Alternative Dispute Resolution’ (ADR) – but is this a good alternative?
The EU has recently fined a Major Financial Service over the breaching of Antitrust laws.
The UK Budget 2018 announced that a ‘Digital Services Tax’ is to be introduced from April 2020 – but will this be practical?
Many start-up companies (SME) seek for ‘Convertible Loan Notes’ (CLN) under the legal assistance of an assigned lawyer, however what exactly is this?
A historical fraud trial begins this week involving four senior bankers at Barclays, including the former CEO – John Varley.
From 3rd December 2018, all businesses within the EU must comply with the EU Geo-Blocking Regulation.
Lawyers were recently reminded that a ‘duty of candour’ within litigation is of ‘paramount importance’ – so what exactly is this duty?
Following from the recent public outcry regarding the lack of ‘transparency’ in the UK property market, a new ‘ROE Bill’ draft has now been published.