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UK Government’s snap general election stalls Bill intended to clarify litigation funding regulations

The UK’s snap general election has delayed indefinitely the progress of draft legislation which had been introduced with a view to restoring the pre-PACCAR status quo in which...

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Optimists see opportunities; pessimists see risk. Your counsel should see both.

The India - Middle East - Europe Economic Corridor (IMEC) is expected to generate significant investment opportunities in sectors such as construction, rail, shipping, logistics, energy and ...

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After Extensive Public Comments, Federal Civil Rulemaking Committee Approves Revised Rule on MDLs

After seven years of meetings, public hearings, revisions, and written comments, on April 9, 2024, the Judicial Conference’s Advisory Committee on Civil Rules unanimously voted to...

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After extensive public comments, Federal Civil Rulemaking Committee approves revised rule on MDLs

After seven years of meetings, public hearings, revisions, and written comments, on April 9, 2024, the Judicial Conference’s Advisory Committee on Civil Rules unanimously...

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UK Government introduces Bill to reverse UK Supreme Court PACCAR ruling

The Bill is intended to restore the previous status quo in which litigation funding agreements were distinct from damages-based agreements and were not required to comply with additional...

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State attorneys general data breach investigations: 23andMe in 2023, more in 2024

In the rapidly evolving landscape of data privacy and cybersecurity, the role of state attorneys general has become increasingly prominent. Here, we delve into a recent case – the...

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Practical tips on drafting arbitration clauses

Consent of the parties to arbitrate lies at the core of international arbitration – this consent predominantly takes the form of an arbitration clause agreed upon by the parties in a...

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Class actions in the European Union: state of play

The European Union has ushered in a transformative era with the introduction of Directive 2020/1828 on representative actions for the protection of the collective interest of consumers....

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‘Charting a new course'? Uncertainty for businesses as UK introduces new measures to depart from EU case law

The UK legal system is about to be changed fundamentally by the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Act 2023 (the "2023 Act"). From 1 January 2024, UK courts will...

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