Recent Developments on Cryptocurrency and Fraud in the UK

We are now starting to see a variety of cryptocurrency related frauds appearing before the English Court. Following the decision in AA v Persons Unknown [2019] EWHC 3556 (Comm) (where an insurer was granted a proprietary injunction as part of its strategy to recover a ransomware payment which had been negotiated and paid in Bitcoin) the English Court has dealt with several cases relating to cryptocurrency.

To read the full text of this blog post by Duane Morris attorney Chris Recker, please visit the Duane Morris London Blog.

UK National Security & Investment Bill

Over the past decade, the UK has seen foreign direct investment worth three-quarters of a trillion dollars. One of the key elements of the UK government’s strategy for 2021 and beyond must inevitably be to maintain and enhance the UK’s attractiveness as a place to invest and conduct business.

To read the full text of this Duane Morris Alert, please visit the firm website.

We also direct your attention to another Alert discussing the issue of foreign direct investment in Europe in a broader context influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Top Tips: Keeping Data Safe When Working Remotely

By John M. Benjamin and Edward Pickard

The coronavirus pandemic has had a severe impact on businesses right across the globe and with a third of the world now in lockdown, thousands of businesses have moved most of their workforce to remote working. Although working from home allows a business to continue operating, it brings significant security risks, placing a greater need to maintain compliance with relevant data security requirements.

Maintaining the security of company data is the responsibility of both the employer and employee and continuing to maintain appropriate security measures is critical at this time. Below are some key points for employees and businesses to keep data secure when working remotely. Continue reading “Top Tips: Keeping Data Safe When Working Remotely”

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