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Following the landmark decision in Software Incubator, software agents are now entitled to statutory protection under the Commercial Agents Regulations, writes Stephen Sidkin Can 'software' be 'goods'? Even if it can be, if software is licensed, ... Solicitors Journal, 1 week ago

Is there any confidence in privilege post Panama papers?

We are all familiar with the concept of privilege, which has been woven into our legal fabric for centuries. But the Mossack Fonseca leak has put privilege and confidentiality firmly in the spotlight, for all the wrong reasons. Can privilege really ...
 Lexology1 week ago (Lexology) Is there any confidence in privilege post Panama papers?  Flashpoint Partners1 week ago

Preparing for Brexit: PX announces four major new workstreams

Over the coming weeks and months Policy Exchange will be holding a series of events and publishing a number of papers specifically linked to how Britain can succeed in a post Brexit world. The four main themes we will explore are trade, ...
 Policy Exchange1 month ago

Smith v Unknown Defendant, Pseudonym 'Likeicare' & Ors [2016] EWHC 1775 (QB) (15 July 2016)

There is before the Court today an application for default and summary judgment against the Second Defendant. The Claimant is a former borough councillor in Welwyn, Hatfield. He is active as a McKenzie friend. The Defendants are, so the Claimant ...
 Bailii.org1 month ago

EU lawmakers warn Congress against Saudi terrorism bill

An overview of the Dutch parliament during a debate about the government's resignation caused by a crisis over budget cuts, in The Hague, April 24, 2012. (photo byREUTERS/Paul Vreeker/United Photos) Author:Julian Pecquet Posted July 13, 2016 ...
 AlMonitor1 month ago
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Top media firm unable to recover costs because CFA did not cover much of its work

Agreement: retainer should have been put in writing A leading media law firm has lost the recovery of hundreds of thousands of pounds in costs after the High Court upheld a master's ruling that its conditional fee agreement (CFA) did not cover ...
 Litigation Futures1 month ago
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