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  • We recently advised Qatar Holding on the acquisition of the HSBC Tower from the National Pension Service of Korea
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Latest articles from Herbert Smith Freehills
Intellectual Property and Brexit

The UK has left the EU, but for IP rights in the UK everything is very much the same for the duration of the transition period (currently ending at

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Brexit corporate update

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) and Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) have published joint letters for auditors

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HMRC publishes guidance on tax consequences of GMP equalisation

HMRC has today issued its long-awaited guidance on some of the tax issues associated with implementing GMP equalisation. The guidance is limited in

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Court of Appeal decision highlights indemnity costs risk where claimant pursues speculative claims and unreasonably refuses Part 36 offer

In a recent judgment, overturning the High Court’s decision, the Court of Appeal has ordered indemnity costs in favour of a successful defendant

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Brexit asset management update

The European Parliament has published a resolution on the proposed mandate for negotiations for a new partnership with the UK. The resolution will be

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Important decision on privilege in a regulatory context

In a judgment handed down yesterday, the Court of Appeal found that an audit client could not be compelled to produce its privileged documents to its

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Supreme Court’s input required on dealing with restrictive covenants

All eyes will be on the Supreme Court this July, as it hears the developer’s appeal against the Court of Appeal’s decision in Alexander Devine

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Chancellor of the High Court clarifies aspects of disclosure pilot at disclosure guidance hearing

The Chancellor has taken the opportunity to clarify aspects of the disclosure pilot which is currently underway in the Business and Property Courts

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Impact of Court of Appeal’s privilege decision in Sports Direct v FRC for the financial services sector

A judgment handed down yesterday by the Court of Appeal considering the question of privilege in a regulatory context represents good news for

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No change to the FCA’s approach to enforcement and penalties

On 12 February, the FCA’s Executive Director of Enforcement and Market Oversight, Mark Steward, delivered the keynote address at the City & Financial

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Artificial Intelligence in the Public Sector - a new regulatory field?

The Committee on Standards in Public Life (the “Committee”) has published a report on artificial intelligence (“AI”) and its impact on public

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One step closer - English Court of Appeal aligns itself with other common law jurisdictions to find legal advice privilege subject to a “dominant purpose” test

Clients and legal practitioners often come across a fairly common question during the course of discoverydisclosure in litigation or arbitration: is

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Court of Appeal finds regulator cannot demand production of client’s privileged documents unless statute overrides privilege

In a judgment handed down this morning, the Court of Appeal has held that an audit client was not required to hand over its privileged documents in

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Foreign Investment: Rising Tides of Politics in Regulation

Recent years have seen important global shifts in both the policy frameworks for screening inward foreign investment and the way in which they are

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New Brexit Legal Guide section available: Capital Markets

Existing market arrangements will be maintained during the Brexit transition period. However, until clear agreement is reached on the term's of any

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New Brexit Legal Guide section available: Corporate law

Although the Companies Act 2006 and the raft of secondary legislation made under it have been heavily influenced by various European Directives

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The Code for Leasing Business Premises 1st edition, February 2020

RICS has published the new "Code for leasing business premises" (1st edition, February 2020) (the New Code). This replaces the Code for Leasing

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New Brexit Legal Guide section available: Pensions

Although the UK's exit from the EU on 31 January 2020 has not had an immediate impact on pension law and regulation in the UK, pension scheme sponsors

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FCA’s Mark Steward cautions against fragmented markets and sends warning message to would-be abusers

On 6 February, Mark Steward, Executive Director of Enforcement and Market Oversight at the FCA, delivered a speech on market integrity and the FCA’s

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New Brexit Legal Guide section available: Contract and other obligations

As parties assess changes in the legal, economic and regulatory landscape caused by the UK's exit and the costs and other implications on their

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