Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Stormy Waters

Posted on 25 February 2015 by Lawrence Northmore-Ball

What were supposed to be the placid waters of investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS) are now as stormy as the waters it was intended to calm.


Revenge porn: law moving in right direction but still some way to go

Posted on 23 February 2015 by Claire Gill

The government wants to send a clear signal that sharing images without consent is unacceptable; the challenge is keeping up with technology.


Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a drone – and it might be infringing your privacy rights

Posted on 18 February 2015 by Carter-Ruck

Do we want a world in which drones fly over our garden walls without permission, photographing whatever their digital cameras behold?


FX derivatives losses: What you need to know to help clients

Posted on 13 February 2015 by Carter-Ruck

You've read about the huge fines the regulators have levied on banks for manipulating forex benchmarks, but how do those businesses affected by bank misconduct recover their losses?


Sorry seems to be the hardest word

Posted on 12 February 2015 by Nigel Tait

A swift and genuine apology, which reflects the gravity of the libel in question, can go a long way to countering reputational damage, whereas a late, dismissive or obviously calculated apology, will often backfire.


Reputational Limbo

Posted on 04 February 2015 by Claire Gill

If you have been arrested but not charged, does the public have the right to know?  Those who are named in the press before they are even charged suffer serious and sometimes irreparable reputational harm.


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