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United Kingdom Law Advisor — Insights on Law & Business in the UK.
  • UK Government Sued for Assisting U.S. Drone Strikes.
  • News Corp. Litigation May Land in U.S. Courts.
  • Doing Business in the United Kingdom. Online Resources.
  • Startup Britain Campaign Promises to Bridge Enterprise with Innovators.
  • English Courts Accept Jurisdiction to Consider U.S. Copyright Infringement Claims.

UK Government Sued for Assisting U.S. Drone Strikes.

A human rights group and a law firm took legal action yesterday against the British government, accusing it of passing on intelligence to assist U.S. covert drone attacks […]

News Corp. Litigation May Land in U.S. Courts.

According to the Independent, lawyers in New York, where News Corp. has its headquarters, are exploring whether there are grounds for U.S.-based civil litigation in the phone-hacking that […]

Doing Business in the United Kingdom. Online Resources.

With the Olympic coming to London this summer, all eyes will be on Great Britain.  While the Olympics may be a great draw for tourists, England’s favorable business […]

Startup Britain Campaign Promises to Bridge Enterprise with Innovators.

 While it’s true that the global financial crisis crippled many companies around the world, a host of new businesses have cropped up promising to bring much needed innovation […]

English Courts Accept Jurisdiction to Consider U.S. Copyright Infringement Claims.

I’m always fascinated by the decisions coming out of the English court.  A recent decision by the U.K. Supreme Court, as reported by Torys LLP,  is no exception: […]

 

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News Corp. Litigation May Land in U.S. Courts.

News Corp. Litigation May Land in U.S. Courts.

According to the Independent, lawyers in New York, where News Corp. has its headquarters, are exploring whether there are grounds for U.S.-based civil litigation in the phone-hacking that caused the demise of the 168 year-old News of the World...

 

Legal News »

UK Government Sued for Assisting U.S. Drone Strikes.

UK Government Sued for Assisting U.S. Drone Strikes.

A human rights group and a law firm took legal action yesterday against the British government, accusing it of passing on intelligence to assist U.S. covert drone attacks in Pakistan. The challenge is the latest in a string of lawsuits against...

 
 

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UK Government Sued for Assisting U.S. Drone Strikes.

UK Government Sued for Assisting U.S. Drone Strikes.

A human rights group and a law firm took legal action yesterday against the British government, accusing it of passing on intelligence to assist U.S. covert drone attacks in Pakistan. The challenge is the latest in a string of lawsuits against...

 

News Corp. Litigation May Land in U.S. Courts.

News Corp. Litigation May Land in U.S. Courts.

According to the Independent, lawyers in New York, where News Corp. has its headquarters, are exploring whether there are grounds for U.S.-based civil litigation in the phone-hacking that caused the demise of the 168 year-old News of the World...

 

Doing Business in the United Kingdom. Online Resources.

Doing Business in the United Kingdom. Online Resources.

With the Olympic coming to London this summer, all eyes will be on Great Britain.  While the Olympics may be a great draw for tourists, England’s favorable business climate is sure to draw the attention of business people looking to capitalize...

 

Startup Britain Campaign Promises to Bridge Enterprise with Innovators.

Startup Britain Campaign Promises to Bridge Enterprise with Innovators.

 While it’s true that the global financial crisis crippled many companies around the world, a host of new businesses have cropped up promising to bring much needed innovation to the marketplace.  Led by bet-the-farm  entrepreneurs,...

 

English Courts Accept Jurisdiction to Consider U.S. Copyright Infringement Claims.

English Courts Accept Jurisdiction to Consider U.S. Copyright Infringement Claims.

I’m always fascinated by the decisions coming out of the English court.  A recent decision by the U.K. Supreme Court, as reported by Torys LLP,  is no exception: In Lucasfilm v Ainsworth [2011] UKSC 39, England’s highest Court held...

 

Contract Interpretation in the UK. Common Sense Required.

Contract Interpretation in the UK. Common Sense Required.

The number of business transaction entered into in the United Kingdom on any given day is astounding.  For the most part, these business deals are successfully executed without any problems. While most deals go off without a hitch, some business...

 
 
 
 

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