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9 April 2015
IF – if I know when I will die, I will get myself moving on my “bucket list”. I don’t. Unfortunately.
11 March 2015
Welcome to the March 2015 edition of the Personal injury and fatal accident brief.
13 October 2014
When faced with a patient complaint in relation to an unfortunate and obvious medical mistake, sometimes the most wanted course of action by a patient is to hear the physician say the word “sorry”.


21 May 2015
In a paper issued by the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau (“FSTB”) on May 15, 2015, for the Bills Committee examining the Insurance Companies Ordinance (Amendment) Bill 2014 (“ICAB2014”), the FSTB provided a response to a number of important outstanding matters. In this Corporate Insurance Bulletin, we outline some of those key responses and how some of the issues will be resolved by proposed Committee Stage Amendments (“CSAs”).
18 May 2015
The UAE’s new financial regulations are designed to modernise the financial management and investment rules for local insurance companies. However, companies will need to consider carefully the detailed provisions of the regulations if they want to achieve compliance by the stated deadlines.
8 May 2015
Part 2: Filtering material

In Part 1 of this article, we covered the basics of responding to a data access request. In this part, we look at how to filter material before providing it in response to a data access request.

Case reviews

13 May 2014
On 9 May 2014, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (“ASIC”) and the Australian Federal Police (“AFP”) arrested and charged two men in connection with allegations of insider dealing, money laundering, bribery and abuse of public office.
13 May 2014

On 7 May 2014, the SFC issued a press release and statement of disciplinary action in respect of Kaiser Securities Limited and Kaiser Futures Limited (collectively, “Kaiser”).

19 August 2013
In 2009 we discussed the UK House of Lords decision in Stone & Rolls v Moore Stephens and the application of the ex turpi causa principle. To recap, that case involved a negligence claim by a company against its former auditors for damages.

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