Trade

EU negotiations from the outside

Whichever path the UK takes to a new trade agreement with the EU, it is likely to require free movement of persons as a trade-off for access to the single market, warns Chris Pawlowska

What’s not being said in the Paris Agreement

Professor David Campbell dissects the UN agreement, which he argues has failed to properly address climate change

Unitary patents 101

Tom Hamer provides the answers to any questions clients might have on the new unitary patent, the Unified Patent Court, and the possible impact on patent proprietors across Europe

Breaches of new EU reforms will see global businesses fined millions

Boardroom to finally take heed of data protection regulations with new 'game changer' regime

Top law firms favour bank debt over market floatation

Legal sector adopts a 'wait and see' approach before committing to shareholder investment

‘Bra technology’ sees H&M lose multi-million pound patent dispute

High Court finds patent infringement by clothing retailer in 12 different garments

Litigation funder coordinates shareholder action against Volkswagen

'Emissions scandal' gives rise to alleged breach of German securities law