Following his landmark decision in Unwired Planet v Huawei in April 2017 (discussed in our recent edition of Inside IP), Birss J has now issued his remedies judgment granting a new form of injunction: a ‘FRAND injunction’.
Kamal Rahman and Fran Rance review the current immigration policy in the UK and the uncertainty surrounding the future landscape of migration.
The FX Global Code published last month is a non-binding codification of global “good practice” for FX market participants. It replaces the existing guidance.
Brexit is a disaster for the English language. And we don’t mean the fact that an EU official close to current European Commission chief Brexit negotiator, Frenchman Michel Barnier, allegedly claimed recently that Brexit negotiations will take place in French – quelle horreur!
Advocate General Szpunar has this morning issued his opinion in respect of one of the first cases to be referred to the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) following the UK Brexit referendum.
In an unexpected move, on 25 April 2017 the government announced that many proposed changes will be dropped from the Finance Act 2017, as there would be insufficient time for proper parliamentary scrutiny of them prior to the general election.
Ok, so we’re not suggesting a Brexit deal is as easy as deciding how you like your boiled eggs for breakfast.
We hear so often in our lives, “the law is the law”, yet when politicians are involved things are less clear.
On Thursday 18 May Brexit Exchange will be holding a summit at the Leadenhall Building. Speakers include broadcaster Evan Davis, British negotiator and former Chief of Staff to UK Prime Minister Blair Jonathan Powell and Mishcon de Reya Partner Rob Murray.
Partner Masoud Zabeti has commented in S&P Global Market Intelligence article ‘Euro clearing could continue from London post-Brexit, but with EC supervision’.
Pro-EU Emmanuel Macron has won the election for the French Presidency with a landslide victory, obtaining two thirds of the votes in the second round.
The future of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) regime in the UK after Brexit has been on the minds of many criminal law practitioners, law enforcement agents and politicians since the UK voted to leave the EU on 23 June 2016.