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11 August 2017
On 4 April 2017, Russia ratified the provisions of the Montreal Convention 1999 which will enter into force on 21 August 2017. In common with other recent adopters of the Montreal Convention, the transition has been driven by the need to introduce standardised e-freight, it will have an impact on liability claims as well.
25 May 2017
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is poised to introduce significant changes to data protection law in the EU, which will impact on many organisations.
17 November 2016
Hanjin Shipping’s rehabilitation has continued to cause problems in multiple fields in the shipping world. Whilst there are signs of the dust beginning to settle, parties should be on high alert of their potential exposure. Our latest article examines recent issues and provides an update on the rehabilitation proceedings in Korea.
26 September 2016
On 12th September 2016, the Korean Bankruptcy Court ordered that the original timetable for creditors to report claims and the receiver to submit the Hanjin rehabilitation plan should be revised.
1 September 2016
On 31st August, Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd filed to the Korean Court for court receivership following the withdrawal of credit facilities by banks and other creditors. Hanjin has applied for a protection of assets in the Seoul Central District court.
15 June 2016
Cyber attacks focus on healthcare more than any other industry. According to a recent report published by IBM, the rate of cyber attacks against the healthcare sector climbed to the highest level of all industries studied. In the US healthcare data breaches accounted for 35% of all reported data breach incidents last year.
2 March 2016
We consider the potential product liability implications of cyber attacks on smart devices, focusing on the particular risks to manufacturers of medical devices.
6 January 2016
Negotiations have ended in Europe around the new data protection laws to replace the Data Protection Act 1988. New European Union (EU) legislation, informally agreed on 15 December 2015, will create a uniform set of rules across the EU fit for the digital era.
 

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