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Submitted: 17 January 2019
In this blog post Colin Passmore considers Jet2 v CAA, in which Morris J. held that claims for LAP are subject to a dominant purpose test.
Expect the first actions by the ICO for breaches of the GDPR, with the potential for much higher fines than previously and group claims by victims of data breaches.
Submitted: 15 January 2019
A coverage dispute involving Zurich in the US highlights the importance both for insurers and insureds of understanding the extent of cover under insurance policies for cyber losses.
Submitted: 09 January 2019
A key case comes to the Supreme Court on UK parent company liability for the actions of overseas subsidiaries, as mass tort claims increase.
With litigation over crypto-assets already in full swing in the US, will 2019 see actions in the English courts?
The Disclosure Pilot Scheme commences in the Business and Property Courts, while a working group considers potential changes to the way witness evidence is taken.
Expect increased enforcement activity in 2019, following criticism from the Public Accounts Committee that the government’s approach to businesses' compliance has so far been inadequate.
Reviewing the more interesting cases arising under the law of legal professional privilege.
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