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Fraud - Which Way to Go? by Andrew Marshall

Fraud is a huge concern for individuals and businesses who are constantly having to review their systems and measures to protect themselves as fraudst...

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The Burden of Disclosure by Alan Gough

Anyone who has been involved in a civil case will know that the obligation of disclosure of documents – or “discovery” as it used to be called ...

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The Power of the Class Action by Alan Gough

Mr Justice Langstaff sitting in the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court has ruled that retailer Morrisons is liable for a data leak committed b...

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Change in the Workplace by Helen Gough

Charles Darwin famously said:

‘It is not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the most responsive to ch...

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The Civil Litigation ‘Pay as you go’ philosophy by Chiva Arthurs

In a recent judgment, the High Court has reaffirmed the costs philosophy underlying the conduct of civil litigation in the Isle of Man under the Rules...

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Litigation Funding by Chiva Arthurs

In a recent decision, the English High Court has held that the terms of a litigation funding agreement were protected by legal advice privilege, such ...

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Criminal Restraint Proceedings by Andrew Marshall

In January 2017, MONEYVAL, the Council of Europe body for anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorist financing (CFT), published its fifth-round...

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The Equality Act by Alan Gough

Sexual harassment is the hot topic of the moment, with two things happening over the last few months to bring this problem to the fore.

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