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Cryptocurrency disputes: five things every litigant should know
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In December 2020, the World Economic Forum reported that "cryptocurrencies have reached a point of inevitability". In some business circles, the hype has been enormous with Jack Dorsey,...

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Brazilian Central Bank Regulatory Sandbox

On February 11, 2021, the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court (STF) decided through a majority decision that the right to be forgotten (direito ao esquecimento) is inconsistent with the...

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From Bridgegate to Wall Street: Kelly, Blaszczak, and the scope of insider trading liability

Since the Supreme Court's May 2020 decision in the "Bridgegate" case, United States v. Kelly, the scope of the decision’s impact on federal white collar criminal prosecution has been...

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Supreme Court lowers the bar for certification of Class Actions in the UK

In a key decision, the UK Supreme Court has given guidance on the threshold for certifying a class action for breach of competition law. The Court’s judgment in Mastercard v...

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World Bank investigations arm sets anti-corruption priorities for 2021

In October, the World Bank Group (WBG) published its third Sanctions System Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20), which covers the period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020. The report...

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COVID-19 and IT service provider contracts: a checklist for force majeure events

The COVID-19, and the various restrictions that have been implemented in response to it, are causing extraordinary business disruptions.

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COVID-19: what lessons can financial institutions learn from financial crisis litigation in the UK?
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The causes of the COVID-19 pandemic and those of the 2008 financial crisis may be very different but one predictable consequence of the current pandemic is the litigation and regulatory...

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Supply chain and force majeure disputes in the COVID-19 era

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted supply chains, created delays and disruption, and caused businesses worldwide to consider invoking force majeure. The magnitude and complexity of supply...

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Hong Kong courts in lockdown – how technology is helping with dispute resolution in the time of COVID-19

With remote working now the norm across all areas of business, courts and tribunals courts and tribunals have been developing innovative ways to keep the litigation process on track and do...

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