In case you missed it, here’s our pick of ten of the most interesting articles from around the Norton Rose Fulbright global blog network.

  1. Did you know that deregistered corporations come back to life retrospectively on reinstatement?
  2. Read what our Australian colleagues have to say about crowdfunding litigation and its potential impact on class actions.
  3. Can you interdict the future publication of a defamatory statement?
  4. Our employment lawyers explain why “facially unacceptable” is an inexcusable ground for discrimination.
  5. Here’s our take on the case that was decided on the basis of the Oxford comma.
  6. Buyers and sellers beware: the word ‘sale’ has various meanings.
  7. In social media law, a South African court reportedly ordered an ex-employee to update his misleading LinkedIn profile.
  8. Read about the changing landscape of coal-fired power stations in Africa.
  9. Our Brexit blog gives an update on the UK formally giving notice to leave the EU, and its Great Repeal Bill white paper.
  10. In data protection news, here is a useful update on the UK Information Commissioner’s paper on Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Protection.