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    One Belt One Road (OBOR)

    27.10.2016 | Shipping, Energy, International Trade & Commodities, Business & Finance

    One Belt One Road (OBOR) is arguably the most ambitious and controversial capital and infrastructure project of the 21st century. Led by the government in China this long term investment will involve 65 countries and impact 4.4 billion people.

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    London real estate market still attractive to overseas investors following Brexit

    09.08.2016 | Business & Finance

    Following Brexit, we have seen an increase in investment from overseas investors looking to invest in what they see as a discounted market helped by the drop in the value of the pound.

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    Brexit begins: What are the implications for your business?

    24.06.2016 | Business & Finance, Energy, Insurance & Reinsurance, International Trade & Commodities, Shipping

    Yesterday, the UK electorate voted to leave the European Union by 51.9% to 48.1%. This will start a process with profound political, economic and social consequences for the UK and its neighbouring European countries.

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    EU Parliament Approves Data Protection Reform Package

    12.05.2016 | Employment, Business & Finance

    The European Parliament has formally approved the EU's general data protection reform package. The current EU rules are contained in the Data Protection Directive (“DPD”) which dates back to 1995.

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    European Parliament approves Trade Secrets Directive

    12.05.2016 | Employment

    The European Parliament has approved a new EU Trade Secrets Directive aimed at harmonising the protection of trade secrets across the EU, to facilitate cross-border investment. This will be of particular interest to employers, since misuse of trade secrets often arises from the activities of employees or former employees.

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    Extension of the doctrine of vicarious liability

    12.05.2016 | Employment

    Vicarious liability is a principle developed by the Courts, that means a party can be held liable for wrongs committed by another person. This most commonly occurs in the employment context.

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