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  • Tennis legend Boris Becker, who won the first of 3 men’s singles at Wimbledon in 1985 at the tender age of 17 and who earned $25m in a successful 22 year playing career, is taking a somewhat unconventional approach in trying to avoid bankruptcy proceedings in the UK Courts. The popular ex-player turned TV pundit was declared bankrupt in June 2017, owing bankers Arbuthnot Latham & Co an undisclosed sum of money. Becker, 50, is claiming that an ambassadorial role for the Central African Republic (CAR) provides him with diplomatic immunity from legal proceedings for bankruptcy. The German stars lawyers, including Ben Emmerson QC who hs previously represented Julian Assange, are citing the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, meaning that unless the UK’s foreign secretary Boris Johnson and the CAR give their consent, then he is immune from being subject... Read More

  • Now that GDPR – the new, European-wide General Data Protection Regulation – has come into effect from 25th May 2018, observers in the UK legal profession are anticipating an increase in data protection based legal actions, with group / class actions being increasingly likely. Group actions, whereby a group or collective of claimants come together and are represented legally by a member of that group (usually a lawyer, solicitor or law fim), aren’t particularly common in the UK but changes to the Civil Procedure Rules (‘CPR’) back in 1999do allow such actions. In the wake of recent, well publicised data breaches involving often systemic data misuse by large corporations, combined with clauses in the GDPR that allows an individual whose data has been used illegally that allows an individual to seek financial compensation, it is expected that citizens will be far... Read More

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