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This week's top briefings

Sunday, 5 August 2018
Briefings Digest
This week's top briefings
The pick of the briefings from The Lawyer in the past week
Top briefings by author
Karanovic & Nikolic
Antitrust: Staggering €4.34bn fine imposed on Google
Goodman Derrick
Breaking up is still a matter for the courts
TLT
Property defects: Bank liable to customer in BTL purchase
Walker Morris
General Court dismisses Goldman Sachs’ appeal for infringement decision against its portfolio company
Shoosmiths
Sports clubs: playing fair with national minimum wage
Top briefings by practice area
TMT
Shoosmiths - Freedom of expression: On a Cliff edge
Real estate
No5 - Framework offers clarification, simplification and focus on homes delivery
Employment
Loyens & Loeff - Special delivery: Court of Amsterdam: deliverer Deliveroo is not an employee
IP
TLT - Intellectual property post Brexit: the UK’s proposals
Litigation
One Essex Court - Third party debt order discharged for lack of jurisdiction over debt situated in India
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Top briefings by region
Offshore
Conyers Dill & Pearman - Bermuda land title registration – Your questions answered
US and The Americas
Ogier - Beyond the tipping point: IFCs, cryptocurrencies, blockchain and ICOs
Africa
VdA - Mozambique: Shipping law review 2018
UK
No5 - An introduction to cardiotocography in relation to birth injury cases
Asia-Pacific
Gowling WLG - China – Technology transfer via licensing
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