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Businesses do not have to pay compensation for causing distress to consumers if they break data protection laws unless the distress suffered by consumers is linked to the breach itself, the Court of Appeal has ruled. 22 May 2013
It is for an arbitral tribunal to rule on the validity of an arbitration agreement between two parties, even where one of those parties is insolvent, one of Brazil's highest courts has ruled. 20 May 2013
New rules have been drafted which would prohibit 'ambush marketing' and illegal street trading during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. 17 May 2013
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.
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