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European Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs Publishes Fintech Report

By Andrew Moyle, Fiona Maclean, Christian McDermott, Andrea Stout and Stuart Davis On April 28th, the European Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) published a report about Fintech and the influence of technology on the future of the financial sector. The report, prepared by Cora van Nieuwenhuizen, was adopted by ECON with 45 votes in … Continue Reading

Brexit and IP: 5 Things Brand Owners Should Do Now

By Deborah Kirk Following the Prime Minister’s triggering of Article 50 today, 29 March 2017, we have 2 years until the legislative reality of Brexit and its implications will truly impact IP owners. However, there are steps that brand owners should be taking now to position themselves for when Britain leaves the EU.  Here are our … Continue Reading

Cyber Security Issues in Arbitration

By Jennifer Archie and Hanna Roos  Cyber security breaches are now an everyday reality permeating all aspects of business and private life, including the world of international commercial and investment treaty arbitration. These breaches can relate to the subject matter of the dispute, communications between parties and their counsel or between tribunal members, or the … Continue Reading

Mitigating Cybersecurity Risks

By Jennifer C. Archie, Gail Crawford, Andrew Moyle, Serrin A. Turner, and Brian Meenagh Hacking of organisations’ systems is becoming increasingly commonplace, even with advancements in security practices. To mitigate risk, a company must have an enterprise-level, cross-functional incident response plan that is rehearsed and practiced. In the event of an incident a company with … Continue Reading

China’s search for Israeli assets is to be welcomed but it won’t change the preference for early exits

By Charles Ruck The exit outlook for Israeli M&A is especially positive, particularly in light of the ever-growing interest from the Far East. While the vast majority of inbound capital still comes from the US, China has emerged as a prolific investor in Israeli start-up and tech businesses. Shanghai Giant Network Technology’s $4.4bn acquisition of … Continue Reading

Tighter connections between the Bay Area and Israel will encourage investment flows

By Tad Freese Silicon Valley trends are often soon felt in its Israel equivalent Silicon Wadi. The two start-up ecosystems are intrinsically linked. In April this year, the connection between the two regions was further tightened when United Airlines launched a new direct flight between Tel Aviv and San Francisco. New flight routes are demand … Continue Reading
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