identify you. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy
If you want to use the sites without cookies or would like to know more, you can do that here.
Select regions whose content you would like to see
A legal principle designed to prevent businesses from profiteering from illegal acts does not apply if that profiteering would stem from infringing patent rights, the UK Supreme Court has ruled. 30 Oct 2014
Judges in England and Wales should have sole discretion on whether to take forward judicial review cases where there is no likelihood that the final outcome for the applicant would be any different, the House of Lords has said. 28 Oct 2014
Another attempt to introduce jail sentences as a possible punishment to individuals who access or disclose personal data in breach of data protection rules has stalled in the UK parliament. 24 Oct 2014
Join My Out-Law
Already signed up to My Out-Law?
The global marketplace offers opportunity and risk in equal measure. The political, regulatory and commercial environment is complex and highly charged. In such an environment, disputes are inevitable.
More about Litigation & International Arbitration