Katerina Mrhacova

October 21, 2019

Long Live the Lockstep

Article by Mustaqim Mohammad Iqbal  Historically, law firms around the world, whether in London, New York or elsewhere, have adopted the model of the traditional ‘lockstep’ partnership. […]
October 14, 2019

The Trump Impeachment: A brief summary

Article by Eliza Liddicott In conjunction with the UK, the US political world is in an unprecedented state, with unknown and unforeseen developments occurring almost every […]
October 4, 2019

Reforming the Law: An update on the rules of Surrogacy

Article by Eliza Liddicott Some laws feel impersonal; they are rules set by a distant legislative body and are unlikely to impact on our lives. Other […]
October 2, 2019

Brexit Insight: A No-Deal Brexit and the Rollercoaster UK Economy

Article by Oluwabunmi Adaramola After three long years of Brexit looming over the UK, it appears a deadline for the UK to leave the EU has […]
September 27, 2019

Overview of Socio-political Disruptions in China in 2019

Article by Mustaqim Mohammad Iqbal Over the past several decades, China has grown into an economic and financial superpower that only the USA, with all of […]
September 20, 2019

Innovation in Law: There is no time like the present to observe the disruption

Innovation has recently become a buzzword across industries. Yet, the legal sector has been resisting the pressure. The main reason for the reluctance is the conservative […]
September 14, 2019

A Detailed Overview of the Medicine-Law Conflict: DNR, Euthanasia and the Law

It is often said that a thin line exists between Law, Morality and Ethics. This thin line sits in the idea of conflict of interests, where […]
July 15, 2019

Regulatory Changes That Enabled the Rise of Challenger Banks

There is an old paradox of banking being one of the most regulated sectors, yet probably the most distrusted business area. The financial industry has undergone […]
November 15, 2018
Justice human rights

The Current Law on Intermediary Liability in Light of the EU GDPR

Even before opening a newspaper, you know that you can expect to see the following on the front page; inappropriate behaviour of politicians, Brexit and the […]