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This article considers the key changes in the Brussels Regulation (recast) for commercial parties.
The mid-year trends in global antitrust enforcement paint a daunting picture for businesses currently caught in the crosshairs of a cartel investigation.
Following the 2008 financial crisis, there has been greater focus by commercial parties on dispute resolution provisions in transaction documents.
While the European Timber Regulation dates back to 2010, it only took direct effect in member states last year.
Good faith and employee communications — landmark ruling in IBM UK Holdings Ltd and IBM UK Ltd v Dalgleish and others
Employers undertaking pension scheme benefit change processes need to give careful consideration to the overall impression they give and to member expectations.
This report considers the FCA’s decision to fine Invesco Perpetual for failings relating to fund management and for exposing investors to high levels of risk.
HMRC’s policy on reclaiming VAT on investment management and other costs remains under review in the light of two recent decisions from the CJEU.
In this video on Reuters TV, Tom Levine, head of the global telecoms group at Allen & Overy, comments on trends in telecoms consolidation.
At the start of 2014, Neelie Kroes, head of the European Commission’s digital agenda, remarked that ‘virtually every business is a digital business now’.
US congressmen Blake Farenthold (R-TX) and Tony Cárdenas (D-CA) have introduced legislation aimed at reducing the ability of patent trolls to initiate ITC investigations.
Regulation (EU) No 536/2014 on clinical trials on medicinal products for human use has been published in the Official Journal of the European Union.
The corridor of uncertainty diminishes following another pro international arbitration judgment from the Indian Supreme Court
There is a critical issue for international parties who have contracted with Indian counterparties and agreed to refer disputes to international arbitration.
The Russian courts have allowed a Russian company to terminate unilaterally an interest-rate swap and ‘walk away’ without paying any termination costs.
The Bratislava Regional Appeal Court has held that after the commencement of arbitral proceedings, general courts in Slovakia no longer have concurrent jurisdiction to order interim measures.
Over the last few months, the lawfulness of certain fees charged by Czech retail lenders to their borrowers has been challenged.
The debate on introducing a class action mechanism in France gained momentum with a new reform proposal.
German Federal Supreme Court rules on mis-selling claim against direct bank providing execution-only services
The German Federal Supreme Court has clarified the circumstances in which an investor may have a mis-selling claim against a ‘direct bank’.
A recent Dutch Supreme Court decision gave an important ruling about the interpretation of commercial contracts that potentially reduces commercial certainty.
A new law entitles the employee to have a meeting with the employer at the end of parental leave and an extension of the non-remunerated parental leave.
Mortgage enforcement proceedings in Spain in the aftermath of the European Court of Justice 9ECJ 'judgment of the evicted'
The ECJ judgment of 14 March 2013 ruled that certain provisions of Spanish law do not comply with the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Directive 93/13/EC.