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Rachel Bell commented in IT Pro on the implications of the proposed EU’s Digital Markets Act
The proposed EU’s Digital Markets Act is set to require larger messaging platforms to interoperate with their smaller rivals.
Sophie Dworetzsky and Julia Cox quoted on the Chancellor's Spring Statement
Sophie and Julia react to the Chancellor's Spring Statement.
Dominic Lawrance extensively quoted by the Daily Express on investors’ tax liabilities when buying and selling crypto assets
HMRC has been ‘cracking down' on cryptocurrency investors while many are unsure of the impact on inheritance and capital gains tax.
Sarah Rowley quoted by Charity Finance on the legal issues facing charities in 2022
The charities bill will make a number of changes to the legal landscape, but charities also need to be aware of other upcoming legislation.
Simon Green and Jeffrey Lee write for Hong Kong Lawyer on buying residential property in England
An overview of the conveyancing process when acquiring residential property as well as some key points to consider.
The Telegraph, The Art Newspaper and eprivateclient report on the Art & Luxury team’s work advising artist resale rights organisations in their High Court action
Two organisations that represent artists and their estates have launched legal action against art dealer and collector Ivor Braka.
Michael Powner and Emily Chalkley write for People Management on who pays the price for vicarious liability
Michael Powner and Emily Chalkley explain whether an employer should ever be liable for wrongdoing committed by their employees.
Naomi Heathcote quoted by STEP on the UK Economic Crime Bill
The House of Commons passed the Bill after condensing the normal stages of debate, including all three readings, into a single day.
Samuel Lear writes for the Estates Gazette Legal Q&A on cost apportionment for shared facilities under the right to manage
Samuel Lear answers a question on cost apportionment for shared facilities under the right to manage.
Oliver Park writes for Property Law Journal on how leasehold reform and fire safety
The drive to abolish leasehold is difficult to reconcile with the growing regulation, particularly in relation to building safety.
International Business Reports reported on the firm’s involvement advising Battery Ventures on the sale of Forterro to Partners Group for €1 billion
The firm has advised global, technology-focused investment firm Battery Ventures on the sale of Forterro to Partners Group for €1 billion.