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Knowledge

Legal Articles

The right to be forgotten… how absolute is it?

In October 2019, the ECJ decided that the “right to be forgotten” under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) only required Google to delete the relevant user’s personal data on EU versions of Google’s search engine, rather than worldwide.

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What to look out for in the world of pensions in 2020

In the dawn of a new decade and a strong Conservative majority now in place for the New Year, we summarise our thoughts on what the New Year holds for pensions (bearing in mind we still have the uncertainty of impending Brexit at the end of the month).

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Legal Guides

The grounds for contesting a will

If a will does not include the true intentions of the person making the will, or if the will has not been executed correctly, it may be invalid and can therefore be contested.

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Guide to alternative lending

Rapid changes in the financial services industry since 2009 have given rise to alternative lenders, known as challenger banks. These fintech-driven businesses are shaking up the traditional lending model and providing much needed funding for many.

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Duties and powers of trustees

The role of a trustee of a trust varies depending on the type of trust, its specific provisions, and the trust assets held. This note explains some of the main duties and powers which apply to most types of trust.

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Legal Articles

Reviving domestic arbitration in the UK

We have entered a very quiet period for domestic arbitrations. People are simply not using arbitration as much as they did to resolve their disputes. It can be said that they have turned their back on arbitration. The question is – “why?”.

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