The second in a series of podcasts supported by Mishcon de Reya has been launched on FT.com. The series, Financial Times World Tech Founders, will feature technology entrepreneurs in emerging markets. This episode features Hooi Ling Tan, the co-founder of one of Southeast Asia’s biggest start-ups, mobile ride-hailing service Grab. Grab operates in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand,
The first in a series of podcasts supported by Mishcon de Reya has been launched on FT.com. The series, Financial Times World Tech Founders, will feature technology entrepreneurs in emerging markets. The first episode focuses in on the ‘India stack’, the digitising of identities and bank accounts, which two tech billionaires – Bill Gates and
Brexit is a disaster for the English language. And we don't mean the fact that an EU official close to current European Commission chief Brexit negotiator, Frenchman Michel Barnier, allegedly claimed recently that Brexit negotiations will take place in French – quelle horreur! No, we mean the exponential increase of arcane terminology which tangibly means
Ok, so we’re not suggesting a Brexit deal is as easy as deciding how you like your boiled eggs for breakfast.
Asia has long ranked as one of the world’s fastest growing regions – today it is also the fastest greying region.
Emily Nicholson and Katy Colton, lawyers at Mishcon de Reya who represent Gina Miller in her case against the government regarding the triggering of Article 50, explain why the court’s decision is a triumph of democracy over politics.
We hear so often in our lives, “the law is the law”, yet when politicians are involved things are less clear.
It’s hard not to be touched by a TV commercial for Ariel detergent that went viral this year in India.
In a September 2016 ruling, the General Court of the EU ruled against Danish pharmaceutical company, Lundbeck, in its appeal to overturn antitrust fines imposed by the European Commission.
Alongside the question of diversity, Greg Campbell also delves into the thorny issues of bonuses and workplace culture.
On 14 September 2016, the European Commission presented major proposals to reform EU copyright law, the latest instalment in its wide-ranging Digital Single Market programme of announcements.
Kevin Gold is no ordinary corporate finance lawyer. Though his professional blurb lists traditional responsibilities around M&A, joint ventures, tax, and commercial negotiations, a much wider view of his role as Managing Partner for one of London’s most prestigious law firms would feature titles like executive leader, educator, innovator, and progressive cultural champion.