IBORs and benchmark reform
Exploring the impact of transitioning from LIBOR and other IBORSWhat it means
The FCA's thinking on culture is continuing to develop in the year of Coronavirus and BLM protests with focus on corporate purpose and the role of discrimination as both a symptom and cause of poor culture.
Kate Gibbons talks to knowledge directors Jessica Walker, Juliet McKean and Avril Forbes about electronic signing and the practical and legal questions around it from an English law perspective.Go to external website: https://www.cliffordchance.com/insights/resources/podcast-library/all-podcasts/electronic-signing-a-practical-and-legal-guide.html
The discontinuation of LIBOR as an interest rate benchmark raises a number of issues for Islamic finance transactions. This briefing looks at the challenges ahead and outlines some of the potential solutions.Find out more
The Coronavirus pandemic has brought traditional sports across the globe to a standstill. High profile international and domestic leagues and tournaments have been cancelled, suspended or postponed. A void has emerged in which worldwide interest in esports has intensified.
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This briefing explores the potential claims that firms may face following a data breach.Find out more
We have been advising across our network on numerous force majeure claims, following the outbreak of coronavirus. This ten point checklist looks at some of the issues.
For more briefings on the legal implications of coronavirus, see our coronavirus page listed under Insights.Find out more
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