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21 July 2016
Welcome to the first edition of the newly named Healthcare Brief, formerly published as Medical Law Brief.
27 June 2016

On 13 June 2016, the Managing Director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (the MAS), Mr. Ravi Menon, announced the establishment of two new dedicated departments to supervise anti-money laundering (AML) efforts and to boost regulatory enforcement, respectively. The new departments are expected to be operational by 1 August 2016.

9 June 2016
Welcome to the latest edition of Personal Injury Brief.
6 June 2016
Welcome to the latest edition of London Market Brief.
5 May 2016
Welcome to the latest edition of Construction Brief.

Latest articles

19 July 2016
A summary of key developments including the use of artificial intelligence to analyse eye scans, data security, public sector exit payments, fixed costs for clinical negligence claims, end of life care, holiday pay and the post-implementation review of LASPO.
18 July 2016
We live in a world of increasing cyber threats and exposures. In recent times, data breaches have dominated the headlines. Cyber attackers though are not simply focusing on attacks which have a large scale effect or disruption to users. What we are increasingly seeing is that cyber attackers are focusing on those targets where they can obtain the best potential value from an attack.
14 July 2016
The various manifestations of climate change are creating significant challenges for the insurance sector both in the UK and internationally.
14 July 2016
Welcome to the July 2016 edition of the Personal injury and fatal accident brief.
13 July 2016
The United Kingdom will have a new Prime Minister by this evening and, presumably, a new cabinet by the end of the week. The nine weeks’ vacuum has been lifted, allowing the machinery of government to take valuable steps to ensure that the UK has prepared its negotiating objectives once Article 50 is triggered.