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Kai Neuhaus, LL.M.
E-Commerce Sector Inquiry
Preliminary report published
25 Nov 16
CMS TMC Conference 2016
Intervention, Innovation and Disruption in an Inte...
EU reform of copyright law: heading in the right direction?
Two roads diverged in a wood, perhaps the Commission favoured the one most travelled. The European Commission, within the framework of its ‘Digital Single Market’ strategy, has recently launched a few proposals hoping to adapt the existing copyright regime.
Insight (Issue 5): What's new for our Scottish cli...
18 Nov 16
Breakfast seminar: Latest developments in Financia...
Break notices - a Scottish and English perspective
Summary A recent decision of the Scottish courts in Tyco Fire & Integrated Solutions (UK) Limited v Regent Quay Development Company Limited [2016] suggests that in Scotland at least, a clerical error alone in including only part of the demised premises, will.
CMS Real Estate Finance Guide
17 Nov 16
Iran Renewables Briefing and Roundtable
Letting out your home on Airbnb – when is it not permitted?
In what is becoming known as the Airbnb ruling, the Upper Tribunal last week gave guidance on what was meant by the term “a private residence” in a lease. A landlord sought a determination from the Tribunal that its tenant was in breach of its lease of a.
5 September 2016
Highlights of our experience in FinTech in the UK
Technology, Media & Communications
16 Nov 16
Health, Safety, Environment and Food Safety Confer...
Major theme park operator fined £5 million over ‘Smiler’ ride col...
Merlin Attractions Operations Ltd (“Merlin”) has been fined £5 million today following the Alton Towers rollercoaster crash last year. On 2 June 2015 five people were seriously injured when their carriage collided with another on the Smiler ride.
1 September 2016
Petroleum Review: Oil and gas disputes