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Initial Coin Offerings: A Call for Governance

Initial Coin Offerings: A Call for Governance

Tara Waters and Ian Maywald give a useful insight into the basics of Initial Coin Offerings and explain the need for a best practices framework on which future offerings might be based

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Fun with Processor Clauses

Ed Boal reflects on his early experiences of negotiating processor clauses in anticipation of the GDPR coming into force.

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‘Valuing Value Add’ Report

Andrew Dey and Melanie Farquharson of the SCL KM Group have produced a fascinating report which details the results of their research into ‘value add’ – the additional services provided by law firms which go beyond the scope of the contractual commitment arising from their client’s instructions

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Book Review: ‘Control Shift’

Neil Brown reviews David Meyer’s ‘Control Shift: How Technology Affects You and Your Rights’ and finds a lot in there - and a lot to like

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Sir Brian Neill

It is with deepest regret that SCL has learned that our past President, Sir Brian Neill, passed away on Christmas Eve. Our thoughts are with his family. Our tributes will appear shortly.

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Editorial December 2017/January 2018

Laurence Eastham reflects on a year of high quality articles, is tempted to predict and looks forward to another exciting development in the SCL calendar

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Predictions 2018 – 22

Rebecca Keating suggests a series of developments which might be worth watching out for in 2018

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Initial Coin Offerings: A Call for Governance

Tara Waters and Ian Maywald give a useful insight into the basics of Initial Coin Offerings and explain the need for a best practices framework on which future offerings might be based

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Predictions 2018 – 21

Chris Dale has made a habit of sending SCL a great set of somewhat acerbic predictions. Here is another glorious product of his warped crystal ball.

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Personal Breach Notification Guidelines Analysed

Kuan Hon has carefully analysed the Article 29 Working Party Guidelines on personal breach notification under the GDPR. Note that the article covers the version that was put out for consultation in November 2017, and that the final version may differ

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