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iLaw welcomes arbitration expert, Jenny Lau, to the firm
iLaw is pleased to announce the addition of lawyer Jenny Lau to our firm.  Jenny is an experienced litigator and
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Nosecco case
UKIPO bursts the bubble of prosecco’s French rival
The demand for low or non-alcoholic drinks has increased in recent years as people have become more conscious of what
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Success for retailers in Supreme Court on interchange fees
On 17 June 2020, the Supreme Court handed down its long-awaited judgment on whether ‘multilateral interchange fees’ are lawful. As
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iLaw, a cryptocurrency law firm in London
Blockchain & cryptocurrencies legal and regulatory round-up: June 2020
iLaw, a cryptocurrency law firm in London specializing in technology, has launched a new series of articles, in which our
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Returning office after COVID-19
Should we be going back into the office?
We, like many of our clients, are an office-based business. There are competing pressures on such businesses between keeping staff
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What is happening to the EU IP rights post-Brexit?  
The recent easing of the lockdown has seen businesses slowly begin a to return to normal and the UK’s exit
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Cryptocurrencies and banks – a tale of insurmountable differences?
One of the most searched combinations on Google is “opening bank accounts for cryptocurrency” and “crypto bank account” with over
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iLaw CIS
June Summary of the latest Russian legal news
Under the influence of COVID-19, different legal practices are facing uncertainties and unknowns including the Russian Law. As a law
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Practical tips on the filing and service of claims during covid-19
Practical tips on the filing and service of claims during COVID-19
Covid-19 has undoubtedly put the adaptability and creative thinking of litigators to the test. Apart from an increased reliance on
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The recent Court clarification on anti-suit injunctions and curial law in arbitration disputes
The recent Court clarification on anti-suit injunctions and curial law in arbitration disputes
What can you do if you have agreed in your contract to arbitrate disputes in London, but your opponent has
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