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I have the power – but should I use it?

I have the power – but should I use it?

By and | 23 Dec 2015

Directors have a duty to exercise their powers for a proper purpose. The scope of this duty in the context of their ability to restrict shares has recently been clarified by the Supreme Court.

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National Space Policy Newsflash

National Space Policy Newsflash

By | 21 Dec 2015

The UK government publishes first ever National Space Policy

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Tougher penalties for health and safety offences

Tougher penalties for health and safety offences

By | 18 Dec 2015

New sentencing guidelines are expected to lead to a significant increase in the level of fines for corporate manslaughter and health and safety offences

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Revolutionising genome editing with CRISPR/Cas9: patent battles and human embryos

Revolutionising genome editing with CRISPR/Cas9: patent battles and human embryos

By | 18 Dec 2015

Beatriz San Martin and Hannah Smith Willis write for Cell & Gene Therapy Insights.

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Topographic Maps Qualify as Databases

Topographic Maps Qualify as Databases

By | 17 Dec 2015

IP Mag article on Freistaat Bayern v Verlag Esterbauer

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Review of the Year: Copyright

Review of the Year: Copyright

By | 17 Dec 2015

Review of 2015 and looking ahead to 2016 in copyright law

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Digital Single Market Update: Portability Proposal Published

Digital Single Market Update: Portability Proposal Published

By | 16 Dec 2015

Last week the European Commission edged one step closer to a digital single market with three new developments.

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Modern Slavery in the Travel Industry

Modern Slavery in the Travel Industry

By and | 16 Dec 2015

Mention the Modern Slavery Act 2015 to most companies and the immediate reaction is that this is nothing to do with them.