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Fraud stemming from 'invoice hijacking' is at a near epidemic level, but businesses can rely on the courts to support their efforts to recover stolen funds if they act fast in light of incidents, experts in civil fraud and asset recovery have said. 05 Apr 2019
The UK Supreme Court has confirmed that a vehicle undergoing repairs on private property is not being “used” for the purpose of compulsory motor insurance requirements. 02 Apr 2019
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ANALYSIS: Brexit will have an impact on how cross-border disputes with a European dimension are conducted, affecting applicable law; jurisdiction, and enforcement of judgments. But the scale of these issues should not be overstated. They will not arise in... 27 Mar 2019
ANALYSIS: EU copyright law needs to be updated to address a peculiarity that restricts the options rights holders have to tackle infringement, and to provide greater certainty to internet service providers (ISPs) over the actions they need to take to help.... 25 Mar 2019