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Follow the Leap 100 and prepare to be inspired

Now entering its third year, The Leap 100 is a group of some of Britain’s most exciting, fastest growing companies. Over the next 12 months, we will follow this latest cohort in pages of City A.M., through regular polls, entrepreneur profiles and expert comment.

Sally Britton: Social media and IP

On World Intellectual Property (IP) Day, a Raconteur supplement focused on IP was today distributed in The Times.

Mishcon de Reya tops court appearances after Article 50 appeal

Mishcon de Reya has topped The Lawyer‘s court activity rankings for the first quarter of 2017, working on 21 cases in a total of 49 days that reached judgment.

The rise of checkout-free shops & chatbot estate agents

Raconteur featuring Mishcon's machine-learning

The Employment Rights Act

Falling behind the gig economy

Mishcon posts third majority-female promotions round in a row

Mishcon de Reya has promoted three lawyers to partner in its 2017 promotions round.

Court grants first 'live' blocking order against streaming servers

The Football Association Premier League (FAPL) has won a landmark ruling in its ongoing battle to tackle illegal streaming of Premier League fixtures.

Wonga data breach

Joe Hancock comments

Nicola Bridge talks to Online Gambling Lawyer

The UK Government’s HM Treasury published on 15 March 2017 a draft of the Money Laundering Regulations 2017 (‘MLRs’)...

Medicines for Europe Legal Affairs Conference

UPC deal uncertain in shadow of Brexit

March - Private Client Briefing from Tax Journal

The chancellor announces in the final Spring Budget a reduction in the dividend allowance, the abolition of class 2 NICs, a widening of the DTTP scheme and measures for promoters of tax avoidance schemes.

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Show’s over for cable-retransmission?

The decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in ITV v TVCatchup1 has finally brought to an end a long-running complex dispute, which has seen its fair share of twists and turns and cliff hangers.

'Tech X The City' featuring MDR LAB

Assessing & accelerating the impact of the tech sector

Article 50 and sport: what the triggering of Brexit process could mean for Britain's sport industry

From player transfers to stadium projects and intellectual property

Court of Appeal issues further guidance on subject access requests

The issue of subject access requests (SARs) has come under the Court of Appeal's spotlight again.

The biggest financial risk to women today?

Embarking on a relationship

Lawyer2B: Millicent Freeman on The Katie Hopkins ‘Twibel’ ruling

In one of the first cases to define the ‘serious harm’ threshold in defamation law, outspoken Katie Hopkins has been ordered to pay £24,000 in damages to Jack Monroe for libellous tweets, in which she implied the prominent poverty campaigner had defaced a war memorial.

60-second interview

Hayley Geffin, comms and PR manager, Mishcon de Reya

Brexit and Investment Migration to the UK

On 17 January 2017, the UK Prime Minister Theresa May announced her priorities for the government's Brexit negotiations in her much-anticipated Lancaster House keynote speech.