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The challenge ahead – the CCPA’s anti-discrimination clause

Under the California Consumer Privacy Act, businesses may not “discriminate” against consumers for exercising certain rights. This 10th part in our CCPA series focuses on the law’s anti-discrimination clause, its ambiguities and potentially contradictory provisions, and impact on businesses


Brexit: banking, payments and consumer finance products should prepare for the worst and hope for the best

HM Treasury has been finalising various statutory instruments to ensure there is a workable legal framework for retail banking services in case of a "hard Brexit". Here, we look at the key changes for retail banking, payment services and consumer lending

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EU adopts Delegated Regulation amending MiFID II to promote use of SME growth markets

The Delegated Regulation supplements MiFID II and includes requirements an SME issuer must meet to qualify as an SME and for its securities to be traded on an SME growth market


UK Government aims for data protection continuity despite no-deal Brexit prospect

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport has issued guidance, confirming how UK data protection law will work in the event the UK leaves the EU without a deal