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CPS to treat online hate crime as seriously as face-to-face offences

Prosecutors have been issued with updated guidance on dealing with hate crime cases amid rising volumes of reports to the police.

Potential Risks for Directors – Recent Changes in the Director Disqualification Regime

The Insolvency Service has recently announced its intention to begin disqualification proceedings in the High Court against the former directors of Kids Company.

Filippo Noseda advises Abu Dhabi Global Market on new Foundations regime

Mishcon de Reya Private Partner Filippo Noseda has been working with Abu Dhabi Global Market, the International Financial Centre in Abu Dhabi, on the development of its Foundations regime.

Arabic language ebookstore: Ammar Mardawi on FT World Tech Founders podcast

Ammar Mardawi is discovering the difficulties of running an ebook business in the Middle East without customers being able to pay via electronic payments.

Restructuring doesn’t have to be a messy ordeal

No entrepreneur relishes restructuring their business.

New data disclosure requirements

Nick Nocton & Gemma Boore talk to Online Gambling Lawyer

EG Rising Stars Award 2017 shortlist revealed

Mark Reading has been shortlisted for the the Estates Gazette Rising Stars Award 2017

Inside IP: Arming yourself against counterfeiters

Customs seized 41 million counterfeit goods at EU borders in 2016

The Legal Realities of AR Technology

How can the major clubs use technology to attract more people back into their stadia and retail concessions?

The Lawyer: 60 second interview

“The lawyer of the future”

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The 'milkshaking' problem

Professional athletes’ use of illegal performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) is a pertinent issue in sport today.

eSport player contracts

The consequences of handling a player dispute badly or getting a player contract wrong can be costly to say the least.

Match-fixing and doping in eSports: the need for regulation

The industry needs to create both game-specific and general regulations in order to ensure appropriate match-play, sufficient player protection and minimal corruption.

Football bankruptcies - a cautionary tale

Footballers are well paid, but are certainly not impervious to financial difficulties.

Walpole 100: the Secrets of the Luxury Entrepreneurs

Elliot Moss, Partner and Director of Business Development

Pimlico Plumbers case goes to Supreme Court

Long running dispute over employment status

Personal information & the GDPR

Analysis of the new proposals