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From 30 May, owners of under-utilised properties will have more opportunity to secure tenants, while those looking to dispose of their interests may have access to a wider market of prospective purchasers.
The UK High Court has held that the purchase by Marks & Spencer (M&S) of Google AdWords, which includes the Interflora trademark, infringes that trademark.
The retail sector is sensitive to and responds quickly to consumer-driven economic conditions. Changing consumer trends, lack of prime retail space and often inflexible leases have all meant that times are challenging for retailers.
Major reforms, which could significantly impact all franchisors, are currently under review by the Australian government.
Interpretative decision will have implications for all entities that buy or sell tenanted commercial premises.
On 6 May 2013, the ACCC released the updated draft authorisation guidelines.
On 26 May 2013 the prime minister threatened to legislate to effect a complete ban on the airing of live betting odds during sporting events on television.
DLA Piper has released its Health Alert for 27 May 2013.
This briefing deals with the regulation of late payment of commercial debts.
DLA Piper has released issue 64 of its Banking and Finance Litigation Update.
A total of 17 EU nations have announced their intention to engage in the development of a global standard for automatic exchange of information.
Two recent legal developments have provided some positive news for the US shale gas industry.
The FCA has published its Policy Statement addressing payments from product providers to platform service providers and consumers.
The US Senate Finance Committee has released its white paper on international competitiveness.
The SEC has at last proposed new trading rules for foreign banks that do business with US entities in the over-the-counter derivatives market.
The practical implications of EMIR in the OTC derivatives space will be considerable for banks and other, non-financial market participants.
The Parliament of South Australia has introduced the Statutes Amendment (Gambling Reform) Bill 2013, which sets out reforms to gaming machine laws under the Gaming Machines Act 1992 (SA).
The 6 May 2013 issue of DLA Piper’s Health Alert publication is available now.
For international companies with business in China, the legal dispute is one of their greatest fears. Even if you win an arbitration or court judgment, you may find you cannot enforce it.
The HKMA and the SFC have announced their commitment to comply with the new international regulatory standards on financial market infrastructures.