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FATF on crypto and AML: Crackdown or capitulation?

FATF on crypto and AML: Crackdown or capitulation?

By | 12 Jul 2019

The need for a standardised global regulatory framework to prevent criminal activity through virtual asset transactions is more urgent than ever, but are the Financial Action Task Force's latest guidelines up to the job? Kyle Philips, corporate crime specialist at Fieldfisher, evaluates the proposals.

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All clear: Taking the legal turmoil out of tech

All clear: Taking the legal turmoil out of tech

By | 21 Jan 2019

At a time of heightened business risk and potentially crippling uncertainty for UK companies, Andrew Dodd, partner and head of technology disputes at Fieldfisher, looks at how recent legal decisions have created reasons to be cheerful in the technology sector.

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US v Russia Sanctions Crossfire – How is your business affected?

US v Russia Sanctions Crossfire – How is your business affected?

By and | 23 Apr 2018

The past few weeks have seen the introduction of new sanctions against Russia by the US, the scope of which extends to non-US persons.

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ENERGY BRIEFING:Photovoltaic modules in Germany: urgent need to act in order to avoid warning letters

ENERGY BRIEFING:Photovoltaic modules in Germany: urgent need to act in order to avoid warning letters

By and | 08 Feb 2016

The briefing provides information about the revised German Electrical and Electronics Equipment Act.

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New LCIA Arbitration Rules in force from 1 October 2014

New LCIA Arbitration Rules in force from 1 October 2014

By | 07 Aug 2014

The new rules governing London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) arbitrations (the "2014 Rules") have now been formally adopted by the LCIA Court, and will come into force on 1 October 2014.

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Part 1: New defence for website operators against liability for defamatory user generated content

Part 1: New defence for website operators against liability for defamatory user generated content

18 Sep 2013

The Ministry of Justice published draft regulations which set out how a new defence for website operators against liability for defamatory user generated content will work in practice.

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Doing business in the European Union

By | 18 Jun 2013

For any successful domestic US business, expansion into Europe is a logical next step, offering exciting new business opportunities and growth potential.

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