Company, Consumer, and Contract

Quinn Emanuel files €700m lawsuit against Volkswagen

VW case a litmus test for German capital markets law, says Hamburg managing partner

Hidden loot, opaque trusts, and missing legacies

Adam Carvalho and Oliver Piper consider the proposed new register of foreign company beneficial owners and discuss two recently reported cases

One-third of EU SMEs suffer from IP infringement

Three in five firms say that securing their intellectual property rights was a positive step

UK business and immigration: A rocky road ahead

Businesses and law firms alike will need to include immigration on their agendas over the coming year, advises Rajiv Naik

IP litigation and Brexit

Giovanni Guglielmetti and Marco Blei discuss how the outcome of the referendum could affect the new EU-wide patent system

Professional bodies best placed to tackle money laundering, says Law Society

SRA claims for independence from Chancery Lane rebutted in ongoing regulatory battle

A very Modern Transport Bill

Lucy McCormick assesses what is likely to make it into the pioneering Bill and what high-flying tech is already being used by car manufacturers