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We produce a variety of client publications, newsletters, briefings and articles covering a broad range of legal services.

We also organise regular seminars for our clients covering many topics. These seminars are aimed primarily at legal and secretarial teams but may also be of interest to finance professionals and other executives.

Our publications and seminars examine legal and market developments and industry issues that could have an impact on our clients' businesses.

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Featured Publications

Brexit Essentials

A series of briefings designed to help senior executives in charge of legal, finance and risk determine the impact of the referendum and its outcome on their business.

Superhuman Resources - the responsible deployment of AI in business

A white paper published jointly by ASI Data Science and Slaughter and May, brings together technical and legal expertise to provide a unique analysis of the responsible deployment of AI in business.

Facebook / Germany - a new frontier for privacy and competition?

This briefing looks at the German competition authority's consideration of Facebook's data protection practices as part of a preliminary assessment that Facebook abused its dominant position in the German market for social networks.

The GDPR, market disrupters and innovators: friends or foes?

This briefing addresses the perception that data protection legislation and innovation are incompatible and suggests ways in which innovation can in fact be part of an active strategy for compliance with the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation, creating new opportunities for businesses.

The Cross-Border Trade Bill

Sara Luder and Philip Higham consider the Taxation (Cross-Border Trade) Bill introduced in Parliament on 20 November 2017.

Getting the Deal Through: Tax Controversy 2018

Richard Jeens is the contributing editor of the fifth edition of “Getting the Deal Through: Tax Controversy”, a publication summarising the framework for tax disputes in eighteen different jurisdictions.

The Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Act 2017 - changing attitudes to the wartime plunder of art

An article regarding the passing of the Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Act 2017 and ratification of the Hague Convention by the UK Government.

Patent licensing and FRAND: a new approach

Two articles examining the High Court’s judgments in the Unwired Planet v Huawei FRAND litigation. The first article considers the significance and implications of this landmark case, while the second looks in detail at the key IP licensing aspects emerging from these decisions.

The Law Reviews

A series of multi-jurisdictional guides to developments in various legal practice areas.