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Top 20 Legal IT Innovations 2017: what is driving systemic change in the legal industry?

This report looks at 20 of the most significant legal IT innovations of recent years, in an effort to get to the heart of what innovation means for firms and clients by illustrating how new ways of doing things have shaken up a sector that is often characterised as resistant to change.

Law Firm: Legal Week Intelligence | Published: 07 November 2017 | Practice Area: Sale and Supply of Goods and Services

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UK Limited Partnership Law reform – two developments

In the same week that Theresa May declared the UK would be leaving the EU Single Market, the government took steps to make UK vehicles more attractive for private funds.

Law Firm: Linklaters | Published: 25 January 2017 | Practice Area: Central Government

Europe’s new Market Abuse Regulation: what issuers need to know

The new Market Abuse Regulation, which came into effect throughout the EU in July this year, is one of the most extensive new securities regulations in Europe in recent years. This briefing provides a overview of the new regulation's requirements, particularly those of relevance to a US issuer.

Law Firm: Debevoise & Plimpton | Published: 02 November 2016 | Practice Area: Banking and Finance

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The case for offshore: what are the key advantages of offshore structuring?

How much is truly understood about the driving forces behind the use of offshore structures? This Harneys briefing considers the key advantages of structuring through established and reputable offshore jurisdictions, with a particular focus on the Cayman Islands.

Law Firm: Harneys | Published: 16 August 2016 | Practice Area: Collective Investment Schemes

Blockchain and distributed ledger technology – the future of financial services?

This briefing looks at the use of blockchain and distributed ledger technology in financial securities markets - what is it, how could it affect your business, and what are the risks and benefits?

Law Firm: Nabarro | Published: 14 June 2016 | Practice Area: Structured products

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Correcting drafting errors - what is the best approach and what evidence is admissible?

This Allen & Overy briefing looks at a recent High Court case which highlights that interpretation is unlikely to cure a drafting error, unless there is some ambiguity or linguistic mistake which makes the drafting commercially absurd.

Law Firm: Allen & Overy | Published: 26 May 2016 | Practice Area: Structured products

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Brexit and derivatives: the potential legal implications

The UK is important for the global derivatives markets, and London is arguably the leading financial centre for over-the-counter derivatives activity both in the EU and globally. This article aims to highlight some of the areas in which Brexit may impact the derivatives markets.

Law Firm: Allen & Overy | Published: 20 April 2016 | Practice Area: Structured products

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The state of the European acquisition finance debt market in 2016: 300 surveyed

This DLA Piper report presents detailed results of a survey of 300 participants active in the European acquisition finance debt market. It also includes extracts from interviews with a number of senior dealmakers.

Law Firm: DLA Piper | Published: 24 March 2016 | Practice Area: Capital Markets and Debt Securities

Brexit's impact on investment managers – knowns and known unknowns

This Nabarro briefing looks at the potential impact on the regulation of UK investment managers in the event that the UK votes to leave the European Union in the upcoming referendum. The briefing focuses on three key areas for asset managers and fund managers - the UCITS Directive, AIFMD and MiFID.

Law Firm: Nabarro | Published: 16 March 2016 | Practice Area: Structured products

The man who sold the world: Bowie, bonds and IP securitisation

The recent loss of Davie Bowie prompted much discussion of his musical legacy, but less well-publicised was his contribution to finance. In 1997, he became the first musician to use future royalties to underpin a bond, with what became known as 'Bowie Bonds', as this briefing explains.

Law Firm: DLA Piper | Published: 15 March 2016 | Practice Area: Intellectual Property

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