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A month until the EU referendum: what might Brexit look like?


"Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?" This is the question to be answered by the British public in the referendum being held one month from today on Thursday 23 June.

The Leap 100 Power Breakfast: 'Just the Tonic: Premiumisation of a Stagnant Industry


The fourth in the series of Leap 100 Power Breakfasts will take place on Wednesday 3 August, 2016 and will be led by Tim Warrillow, Co-Founder of Fever Tree.

The Leap 100 Power Breakfast: Dude, Where's My Investor? How to Pitch to Ashton Kutcher and Other Big-Name Investors


The third in the series of Leap 100 Power Breakfasts will take place on Wednesday 6 July, 2016 and will be led by Rytis Vitkauskas, Founder of YPlan.

CFE Exam Review Course and CFE Exam


Mishcon de Reya has been appointed by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) as its authorised trainer in England to deliver the CFE Exam Review Course and CFE Exam.

Leading Questions - What it takes to be a leader in politics and business


The first of four events in The Leap 100 series 2016 will take place on Thursday 9th June.

The Leap 100 Power Breakfast: Highs & Lows: How to meet the challenge of fast growth'


The second in the series of Leap 100 Power Breakfasts will take place on Wednesday 8 June, 2016 and will be led by Glen Calvert, Founder of Affectv.

May Private Client Briefing from Tax Journal


The High Court decision in Van Der Merwe to set aside a transaction where there was a genuine taxpayer mistake illustrates the general willingness of the courts to achieve what may be seen as a fair outcome.

Will the European Commission’s model clauses stand up to scrutiny?


The inevitable has happened. In light of the issues highlighted by the European Court in its Schrems v. Facebook ruling in October last year (explained in our blog), the Irish Data Protection Commissioner has reportedly referred the use of the European Commission’s (EC) model clauses to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for a determination as to whether they stand up to scrutiny.

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Family Court proceedings: covert recordings reveal more about the recorder than the recorded


The widespread availability of advanced technology can bring a new dimension to family court proceedings. In the past, the covert recording of conversations was solely the pursuit of spies and private investigators; today it is available to anyone with a smart phone, and small recording devices can be purchased on the internet for just a few pounds.

Inside Disputes


Welcome to Inside Disputes, our e-bulletin focusing on all things dispute-related.

Unconscious bias in the workplace – can it be tackled?


In an attempt to address gender stereotypes, Google recently proposed 13 new emojis depicting women having careers as engineers, scientists, construction workers and farmers among other things.

Mishcon de Reya named Litigation Team of the Year at the Solicitors Journal Awards

Firm News

Mishcon de Reya was last night named Litigation Team of the Year at the inaugural Solicitors Journal Awards.

Betting & Gaming: Data breaches – Prevention and cure


The media is full of reports reminding us to take data security seriously. In the US, law suits are being brought by shareholders against directors in the wake of data breaches.

Brexit: What would happen to UEFA if Britain leaves the EU?


THE EU without Britain has been compared to the Euros without England and Wayne Rooney. But what would Brexit mean for UEFA?

Mishcon de Reya advises on £1.4bn residential asset merger


International law firm Mishcon de Reya has advised a client over the £1.4bn merger of residential assets in London.

Lawyers join fight against fraud


Private lawyers will be deployed instead of police for the first time amid increased efforts to seize back assets for the victims of fraud.

Brexit: Remain or Leave?


A short film featuring company founders from The Leap 100 including their views on the referendum and what Brexit might look like for businesses.

LinkedIn hack: "a perfect target"

Firm News

Following the news that a hacker is allegedly advertising more than one hundred million LinkedIn logins for sale, Mishcon de Reya Cybercrime Partner, Hugo Plowman, commented:

Insurance law shake-up, August 2016: be prepared


Far from being a sleepy holiday month, August 2016 will see the biggest shake up to UK insurance law in living memory. But what's changing and how might it affect you?

Mishcon strengthens IP Practice with succession of hires

Firm News

Mishcon de Reya LLP has bolstered its Intellectual Property group with a team of four lawyers and a paralegal, led by IP Partner David Rose, who join the firm from King & Wood Mallesons LLP (KWM) on 16 May 2016.