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So called ‘Weinstein Clauses’: could they be coming to UK M&A deals?
March 12, 2019

Since the #MeToo movement gained international exposure in October 2017 after numerous sexual-abuse allegations were made against several high profile figures, businesses have increasingly been finding ways to protect themselves […]

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Money Laundering and the Art Market: Recent Developments
March 12, 2019

In 2016, the Director of Transparency International UK stated that “it seems likely that in terms of money laundering going through the UK system every year, it is at least […]

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The Battle Royale between Ideas and Expression in Videogames
December 5, 2018

Written by Sam Goodman and Fergus Carson-Williams   Take two of the most popular videogames, toss in a copyright claim, and a legal battle royale ensues, right? Apparently not. Player […]

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Loot boxes: Gaming or gambling?
October 10, 2018

Written by Sam Goodman and Lucy Pether   The videogame industry has long grappled with the distinction between gaming and gambling, but recent debate over the use of “loot boxes” or […]

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