Brexit a threat to English law’s ability to keep pace with digital age

Law reform after Brexit raises challenges it would be ‘foolish’ to ignore, says Lord Chie

The invisible export

Competition between the international commercial courts of London and Dubai looks set to continue in the new global market, writes Rupert Ree

A recognised body of derivatives expertise

Sivakumaran Sivathillainathan considers the case of Darby Properties which has put the spotlight on the admissibility of expert evidence in bankin

The game is up for tax treaty shopping

International accord a ‘nail in the coffin’ for corporate tax avoidance schemes, says Cit

The business rates revaluation storm

Colette Krawczyk considers the impact of the recent revaluation on occupiers and landlords and the relief

Directors' duties and share purchase agreements

Debbie King discusses a trio of recent cases relating to the complex area of directors’ duties and the importance of carefully wording any indemnity clauses in a

IT failure will cost British Airways ‘heavily’

Group litigation ‘very unlikely’ unless airline doesn’t pay up, say