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Patents Seminar: A Year in Review


Join us for our annual review of UK and European patent law and practice over the last 12 months, and a look ahead to forthcoming developments.

Inside Life Sciences Issue 2 | July 2017


Welcome to the Summer edition of the Mishcon de Reya Inside Life Sciences bulletin.

Gender Pay Reporting


The BBC's pay gap revelation highlights the importance of carefully considering your gender pay reporting approach.

Mishcon promotes two non-lawyers to senior equity partner

Firm News

Mishcon de Reya has promoted two non-lawyers to senior equity partner as part of its “10-year vision”.

Tribunal fees are no more


In a seismic ruling, the Supreme Court has today ruled that the government acted unlawfully when it introduced Employment Tribunal fees in July 2013, and has ordered the fee system to be quashed.

Creative Industries Federation: Brexit series


Featuring Rob Murray & Sally Britton

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Brexit: the EU data protection package


The House of Lords EU Home Affairs sub-committee has issued a detailed report reviewing the implications of Brexit for the EU data protection package (comprising the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Policy and Criminal Justice Directive, the EU-US Privacy Shield and the EU-US Umbrella Agreement).

Shades of grey


Nicholas McVeigh & Gemma Boore write for iNTERGAMINGi magazine

Taylor made: the future of employment law?


In October 2016, Matthew Taylor, the chief executive of the RSA and a former adviser to Tony Blair, was commissioned by the prime minister to conduct a review of modern employment practices.

Advising management of LINPAC on sale to The Klöckner Pentaplast Group

Firm News

Mishcon de Reya advised the management of LINPAC Senior Holdings Limited on its sale to The Klöckner Pentaplast Group (KP).

How to use franchising to grow your business


Take a trip down any British High Street, and the chances are you’ll end up spending money in a franchised business.

Judge's court notes disclosed following a data subject access request


The beginning of July saw a data protection decision which received little immediate commentary in the legal press, but which is likely to have far reaching consequences for future cases.

Mishcon: MDR LAB showcases startups


Mishcon de Reya showcased the work of its six MDR LAB-selected startups in quick fire presentations that brought to an end an intensive ten weeks of collaboration with the UK top 40 firm.

Iranian Sanctions – The Fate of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)


The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is aimed at securing an orderly transition towards nuclear non-proliferation in Iran.

Opinion: How the Taylor Review could impact retailers


The government’s review into employment practices was published this week. How will it impact your business?

MDR LAB Demo Day: time to disrupt

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Mishcon de Reya's Demo Day showcased the work of the six start-ups that had been selected as part of MDR LAB: the firm's programme for tech start-ups in the legal space.

Online fraud continues to grow


Fraud is now the most commonly experienced crime in England and Wales, with the majority of frauds taking place online.

The future of wills?


The Law Commission today announced that it is considering whether texts, emails and other electronic communications should be recognised as a valid will in exceptional circumstances.

ICO issues an Undertaking but no fine following its investigation into Royal Free/DeepMind deal


Following the publication in February 2017 of National Data Guardian Dame Fiona Caldicott’s letter to the Medical Director at the Royal Free Hospital in London (‘the RFL’), the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (‘ICO’) has now concluded her investigation into the ‘Streams’ project, a collaboration between the RFL and Google’s DeepMind business.