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The holiday shopping rush is here – Eight things retailers need to know this season Consumer Alert

As the saying goes, it's the most wonderful time of the year – but it is also the busiest time for retailers. As merchants seek to cash in on the holiday shopping rush, we are...

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How the Leveraged Finance market is evolving to encompass ESG factors Lev Fin Spin

The year 2019 has seen responsible business, climate change and impact financing feature high on the agenda with increasing focus on the sector by investors, regulators, trade bodies and...

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Confirmation from the Court of Appeal: Exercising CRAR will waive a right to forfeit Keeping It Real Estate

In an earlier blog we discussed the High Court decision in the case of Thirunavukkrasu v Brar & Brar. The High Court confirmed that taking action pursuant to the Commercial Rent Arrears ...

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FIG Bulletin, 6 December 2019

We are delighted to send you our latest e-newsletter, setting out recent regulatory developments of interest to financial institutions.

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Watch: The Impact of the CCPA on Data-Driven Marketing and Business Models

Come 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) may significantly impact businesses’ data practices, with new and burdensome compliance obligations such as “sale”...

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Antitrust, Competition, and Economic Regulation Quarterly Newsletter - Autumn 2019

Read the latest news on antitrust, competition and economic regulation (ACER) in this Autumn's edition of our quarterly ACER newsletter.

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Cryo-currency? Hong Kong Court grants freezing injunction over bitcoins Litigation, Arbitration and Employment Alert

A Hong Kong court has granted an injunction freezing the assets of a French cryptocurrency trader in a dispute over what happened to bitcoins held in an insolvent trading platform.

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Russian consumer protection regulation: electronic equipment sold in Russia will need to have pre-installed Russian software

On 2 December 2019, the Russian President signed the bill that requires electronic equipment sold in Russia to have pre-installed Russian software. This requirement will come into force on...

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