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Legal Week's Best Legal Advisers 2016

Managing Partner Kevin Gold talks about what makes the firm a Best Legal Adviser for 2016-17

November- Private Client Briefing from Tax Journal

Speed Read Key developments include a stark warning to HMRC that it must keep information confidential.

Article 50 Legal Challenge

Mishcon de Reya serve case to Supreme Court in response to the Government's appeal

The U.S presidential election: what happened and what now?

Since Britain's – largely unexpected - Brexit vote, the UK's collective glare seems to have switched to the equally divisive US election.

Firewall Legislation

The tension between legal fairness and economic expediency

Article 50 litigation

Putting a spotlight on the UK’s constitution

Is there such a thing as privacy in the digital age?

In a nutshell: no. At least that seemed to be the feeling at a roundtable event we hosted with privacy experts working across education, retail, technology and security last week.

Keeping London open to investors in a post-Brexit landscape

With London Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Entrepreneurs must be nimble in the face of cyber risks

Hugo Plowman writes for City A.M. in the latest The Leap 100 supplement

What price freedom?

The Uber decision and its effect on the gig economy

October- Private Client Briefing from Tax Journal

Speed Read: In Routier, the Court of Appeal rules that a Jersey charity cannot benefit from the charity exemption for IHT.

Gina Miller’s Brexit victory is a triumph of democracy over politics

Emily Nicholson and Katy Colton, lawyers at Mishcon de Reya who represent Gina Miller in her case against the government regarding the triggering of Article 50, explain why the court's decision is a triumph of democracy over politics.

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Brexit court defeat for UK government

Parliament must vote on whether the UK can start the process of leaving the EU, the High Court has ruled.

Charities and Litigation: New Charity Commission Guidance

The Charity Commission has published new guidance explaining what charity trustees need to know when thinking about taking or defending legal action generally, and when the Charity Commission needs to be involved.

Practice area focus: Family law

Barbara Reeves in Lawyer 2B

Appeal court upholds 'joint enterprise' guilty verdicts

Alison Levitt QC comments on this decision

ICO Issues Record Fine to TalkTalk for Personal Data Breach

Earlier this month, it was reported that internet service provider TalkTalk had been issued with a record £400,000 fine from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for failing to protect personal data from an easily avoidable cyber-attack.

Free WiFi? ECJ assesses liability for copyright infringement

The Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) has ruled that a provider of a WiFi network which is freely open to the public cannot be held liable for copyright infringement carried out by users of the network. 

Law tech ‘disrupters’ gather at landmark London event

A new co-working space for legal tech innovators was launched today at the Legal Geek conference in London’s Shoreditch.