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Helen Davenport looks at "where are we now?" nearly 3 years following the introduction of the Bribery Act 2010.

March 2014

The law changed significantly in April 2013 as to how commercial litigation claims may be funded. The options are now somewhat more restricted/uncertain than they were prior to that, particularly with regard to the use of Conditional Fee Agreements (CFAs) and After the Event (ATE) Insurance.

March 2014

Kate Swaine considers some of the most significant decisions and their practical impact on the way in which intellectual property is protected, exploited and enforced.

March 2014

The Draft Data Protection Regulation published by the European Commission in January 2012 has been the subject of great debate in Europe. On 12 March 2014 the European Parliament voted in favour of their own version of the Regulation.

March 2014

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Christopher Brennan looks at the modernising of the EU procurement rules, what the changes are, why are the changes being made, when will they come into force and ... will they work?

November 2013

Sarah Sasse looks at some of the key principles of contracting with Government which was recently launched by the Cabinet Office and provides practical tips on what this will mean for future procurements.

November 2013

Kirsten Whitfield looks at the draft Regulations published by the European Commission, what changes the draft Regulation would bring about and what this will mean for public sector bodies and their service providers.

November 2013

Simon Stephen puts whistleblowing under the spotlight. How do you spot it and how do you deal with it? He considers the need for cultural change and how whistleblowing needs to be addressed, not covered up.

November 2013

ThinkHouse is a range of services and resources designed to give in-house counsel support and practical advice on a huge variety of legal issues when they need it the most, helping to make life a little easier.

September 2013

Sally Mewies talks to Michael Luckman about the pros and cons of cloud services.

September 2013

Outsourcing continues to be a significant way in which businesses deliver their services. Richard Smith focuses on some important areas organisations should consider when looking at outsourcing.

September 2013

Jane Fielding looks at the key issues around TUPE transfer,what the new changes to TUPE are and how they will impact on businesses.

September 2013

In the first of four interviews on B2B contract law, David Lowe discusses the key issues for in-house Counsel lawyers who are supervising contracts.

September 2013

In the second of four interviews on B2B contract law, the area of 'good faith' is discussed and David Lowe gives his view on whether there is a concept of good faith in English law.

September 2013

In the third of four interviews on B2B contract law, David Lowe looks at the issues of liability, exclusion clauses, wilful misconduct and best endeavours.

September 2013

In the fourth and final interview on B2B contract law, David Lowe outlines some key points on new late payment regulations and also discusses the possible harmonising of contract law in Europe.

September 2013

Kirsten Whitefield, a former in-house data protection officer and now a director in Wragge & Co's IT team, takes us through changes in the new data protection legislation.

September 2012

Michael Luckman talks to international disputes specialist Tom Price about jurisdiction clauses and how important they are.

September 2012

Michael Luckman talks to commercial litigation partner Andrew Litchfield about how you might survive a raid from a regulator.

September 2012

The last 12 months has brought an array of contract law cases. David Lowe discusses the key developments and their impact for you and your contract.

March 2012

Commercial litigation partner Andrew Smith looks at how changing external factors can suddenly bring agreed contract terms into question.

March 2012

David Lowe explains why getting the force majeure clause right and giving it sufficient detail is essential should the time come to exit from a contract.

March 2012

Nobody can prevent a contract breach, but there are ways to discourage it from happening - David Lowe and Andrew Smith discuss alternative strategies.

March 2012

David Lowe looks at why it's better to comprise and agree clear terms, than dig your heels in and end up with an incomplete contract.

March 2012

David Lowe and Andrew Smith review one of last year's high-profile 'battle of the forms' cases and its implications.

March 2012

"It's either a breach or it's not a breach", or is that straightforward? Here we look at why the motivation for a breach is increasingly important.

March 2012

What constitutes 'indirect loss' and whether it can be excluded are frequently asked questions in contract negotiations. David Lowe gives an expert overview.

March 2012

Ian Curry talks to Wragge & Co pensions partner Richard Lee about workplace pension reform administration

January 2012

Wragge & Co's head of pensions strategy, Vivien Cockerill, investigates the new duties placed on employers.

January 2012

Wragge & Co pensions partner Richard Lee explains auto-enrolment and how the reforms should be implemented.

January 2012

Kirsty Barnes gives an expert overview of parent company guarantees.

September 2011

Beware of falling foul of data protection legislation - Kirsten Whitfield provides a helpful overview.

September 2011

Clark Sargent digests key commercial litigation cases and their implications.

September 2011

Liability is fundamental in every contract. Sally Mewies is going to help us understand the recent trends in the law.

April 2011

Time to go back to basics on contract formation? David Hamlett provides a helpful guide.

April 2011

Competition law can be a bit of a minefield. Nicola Lynch will be asking Bernardine Adkins how we can steer a safe path through that minefield.

April 2011

We all hope nothing goes wrong with our contracts, but Nicola Lynch will be asking Clark Sargent how to manage it if we have to terminate our contracts.

April 2011

Could you be overlooking the value of boilerplate? David Lowe explains why it shouldn't be ignored.

April 2011

New law is a big challenge for any in-house lawyer. Sally Mewies considers key trends.

September 2010

The Bribery Act is coming. Are you ready? Andew Litchfield looks at the new Act.

September 2010

Wragge & Co's head of employment, Jane Fielding, talks TUPE.

September 2010