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Oh, Behave: the Regulation of Financial Conduct and Individual Accountability in Singapore and the UK
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In September 2021, approximately five years after the UK's introduction of its Senior Managers and Certification Regime, Singapore's Guidelines on Individual Accountability and...

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Huya/Douyu and Tencent/China Music Group – a “new normal” for Chinese merger control?
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Two developments in the last two weeks show a changed landscape in the Chinese merger control arena: on 10 July, SAMR issued its decision prohibiting the merger between Huya and Douyu; on...

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CDC flip-flops on mask guidance for fully vaccinated individuals; what should U.S. employers do?

Citing concerns about potential spread of the COVID-19 “Delta variant” and the fact that even fully vaccinated individuals infected with the Delta variant can spread COVID-19 to ...

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Proposed UK competition law reforms – ‘he ain’t heavy, he’s my micro-economic sibling’

In what could herald the most significant changes to the UK competition regime in 25 years, the UK Government has announced a series of proposed reforms to UK competition law...

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Broad brush - UK government responds to sexual harassment consultation

The UK government’s response to the 2019 consultation on sexual harassment in the workplace confirms that it will introduce a legal duty on employers to protect workers from...

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Jam tomorrow - employment implications of UK's national disability strategy

The UK government has published its national disability strategy, which is designed to help reduce the disability employment gap and ensure that disability is not a barrier to...

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As you were – UK Supreme Court confirms no change to discrimination burden of proof

The UK Supreme Court decision in Royal Mail Group Ltd v Efobi confirms that employees must still prove facts from which a tribunal could draw an inference of discrimination before their...

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Ransomware in Asia-Pacific: how to prepare

Ransomware attacks are on the rise in the Asia-Pacific region, amounting to one of the most significant operational risks faced by businesses in the region. The Asia Insurance Review...

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Consumer Duty series – a roundup on the key issues for firms
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In this series of articles, we explore some of the topical issues raised by the FCA’s recent Consultation Paper on “A New Consumer Duty” (CP21/13) and its potential...

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