iLaw, sports law firm in London
Buy-out clauses in football contracts
A buy-out clause provides a player with a right to “buy” himself out of a contract with a Football Club
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Creepy Russian Crypto - Russian cryptocurrency
Creepy Russian Crypto – What we can learn about Russian digital assets from the new law
The DFA bill, named “On Digital Financial Assets,” decrees that on January 1, 2021, transactions with cryptocurrencies involved will be
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Defi law firm in London
Decentralized Finance DeFi-ned
With the launch of Ethereum 2.0 approaching and Ethereum’s recent fifth anniversary, it is only fitting that our Blockchain, Cryptocurrency
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iLaw, litigation law firm in London
Funding options for commercial disputes
With the current uncertain financial situation due to the global pandemic, many businesses may not have the cashflow to enforce
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iLaw - CIS solicitor in London
New law providing protection to Russian sanctioned entities
A new law came into force in Russia on 19 June 2020, known as “Lugovoy law” (Federal Law No. 171-FZ
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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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dispute resolution law firm in London
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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