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European Commission fines Servier and five generic companies for curbing entry of cheaper versions of cardiovascular medicine
The European Commission has imposed fines totalling €427.7m on the French pharmaceutical company Servier and five producers of generic medicines.
Letter from America: NY High Court to address continuing vitality of ‘separate entity’ rule for international banks with New York branches
This September, New York’s highest court will consider an issue of significant interest to international banks with a New York presence.
DLA Piper has released the third edition of Renewable Energy in the Asia Pacific. This edition provides a comprehensive renewable energy profile for 15 countries across the region.
On 22 February 2013, the Reserve Bank of India issued its guidelines for the licensing of new banks in the private sector.
For the first time in Australia, an implied term of mutual trust and confidence has been incorporated into an employment contract and damages awarded for a breach of that term.
ASX proposes updates to their corporate governance principles and recommendations, and listing rules
ASX last week released two consultation papers in relation to its corporate governance regime. The first outlines proposed updates to the ASX Corporate Governance Principles & Recommendations.
We have now had slightly more than a week to consider the effect of the Mammoet case (CFMEU v Mammoet  HCA 36).
Delaware Court of Chancery — no fiduciary breach, although directors engaged in unfair process: four key takeaways
While management and preferred stockholders of Trados, Inc. received all of the merger consideration in an end-stage transaction and the common stockholders received nothing, the transaction was still found ‘entirely fair’.
Recent decision reinforces the importance of perfection under the Personal Properties Securities Act 2009
On 27 June 2013, judgment was given on the matter of Maiden Civil v Queensland Excavation Services, a case that dealt with priorities under the Personal Properties Securities Act 2009.
DLA Piper has published the 26 August issue of its Health Alert publication, which focuses on judgments, legislations and reports in the health sector.
In an increasingly globalised business environment, it is not uncommon for a company or individual to enter into transactions or hold assets in several jurisdictions around the world.
In the last few weeks, there have been encouraging developments, from judge and jury alike, for employers fending off claims by disgruntled workers.
The regulatory regime on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail trading in India has seen multiple reforms over the last year.
Euromoney corporate tax handbook 2013: mergers and acquisitions in Ukraine — tax issues on the radar
Despite the financial crises and turmoil lately, there has been some pick up in M&A activity on the Ukrainian market.
Delaware amends its LLC act: managers and controllers owe fiduciary duties unless LLC agreement provides otherwise
Effective 1 August 2013, the Delaware General Assembly has amended Section 18-1104 of the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act.
Issue 67 of DLA Piper’s Banking and Finance Litigation Update is now available.
The practice of conducting unpaid security checks of employees at their workplaces is under fire across the country.
As foreshadowed in Notice 2013-43, the IRS has opened the FATCA Registration Website.
Last year in a case called Carolyn Anderson v Domino’s Pizza Inc, a district court dismissed a claim filed under a state version of the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
The Affordable Care Act has encouraged substantial consolidation within the health care industry, causing a frenzy of acquisitions.