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New developments on platform workers, unilateral undertakings and judicial settlements.

Our employment team reviews key decisions rendered in the month of April: from the adoption of the Platform Workers Directive, to the Supreme Court’s (cour de cassation) reminder on...


UK Government’s snap general election stalls Bill intended to clarify litigation funding regulations

The UK’s snap general election has delayed indefinitely the progress of draft legislation which had been introduced with a view to restoring the pre-PACCAR status quo in which...

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South Africa – an introspective look – what have we done and where will we go?

As South Africa braces for the upcoming elections, my deep investment in the nation's future intensifies. With more than 23 years of experience as a legal professional navigating the...


Security Snippets: DHS issues AI security and safety guidelines for critical infrastructure

DHS advises safeguards to protect AIs and to protect critical infrastructure from AI-powered attacks.

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No dice: no obligation to disclose conditional fee agreement in casino dispute

The Singapore International Commercial Court has rejected an applicant’s efforts to resist enforcement of an award on the ground that the non-disclosure of a conditional fee agreement ...

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Westlaw Today Thomson Reuters

Members of the Privacy and Cybersecurity practice, Marcy Wilder, Alyssa Golay, Paige Papandrea and Pariss Briggs, suggest that new laws protecting reproductive health privacy, consumer...


The UK General Election 2024: immediate implications for business

Following the announcement of the UK General Election, now is the time for businesses to prepare their strategies for engagement with the future government. That means understanding the...


The Payments Newsletter including Digital Assets & Blockchain, May 2024

Key developments of interest over the last month include: the EU Parliament’s adoption of amended PSD3 and PSR texts; a Bank of England speech on payments innovation signalling more...


Building Safety Act: Remediation Order imposed on pension fund landlord

Michael Gove, the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, has secured a remediation order requiring a pension fund landlord to carry out fire safety remediation works...

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