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Where two or more businesses merge their activities, clearance from UK and EU authorities may be required. This guide focuses on UK merger control.
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Collyer Bristow discusses what remedies are available to individuals and where employees and employers stand...
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A recent survey commissioned by the Competition & Markets Authority has found a surprising lack of knowledge of competition law among businesses.
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More participants are looking for alternatives to having disputes resolved in the English or New York courts.
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Story behind the rate-rigging conviction.
Many insolvency practitioners are trying to get to grips witjh the thorny subject of how to deal with interest rate hedging product (IRHP) mis-selling claims held by insolvent companies.
More litigation coming on banks’ review procedures.
…but bank likely to ask to re-word its defence.
Awkward silences over breakfast; investors’ worries about reputational risk confirmed.
Any fines pale in comparison with the commercial costs.
Where a party starts court proceedings in violation of an arbitration agreement, it may be possible for the other party to apply to that court for dismissal of the proceedings.
More business activity will be caught by the regulation and more information will count as ‘data’ or ‘sensitive data’.
Revenge porn; Belgium takes on Facebook; and more.
Jurisdiction of choice for women wanting to divorce their wealthy husbands.