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Having taken account of the consultation responses, the TUPE reforms that the government is now proposing are considerably less radical than those it was originally considering.
It’s important to assess what the more ‘traditional’ view may be as to the benefit that an indemnity clause may provide, as opposed to a pure damages claim.
Spain’s modified ‘patent box’ regime is now in effect. The most important developments — which became effective on 29 September — are described here.
Structuring, storing and processing massive volumes of data is problematic.
The mantra we continue repeating is to never draft an agreement without taking into account the sector regulations. Today’s outsourcing tip carries on this refrain.
Effective from 1 July 2013, new rules governing personal data protection issues were adopted.
Colombia has issued its list of tax havens — an act that will negatively affect the tax effects of doing business in Colombia from or through any of these tax haven jurisdictions.
On 15 October 2013, the recently elected federal government released a consultation paper and exposure draft legislation to repeal the carbon pricing mechanism.
Safe Work Australia’s Bullying Code marks the first meaningful development in work health and safety law for employers in ‘safe’ industries and office workers for many years.
Since the China (Shanghai) Free Trade Pilot Zone was approved by the State Council, investors have awaited detailed policies and regulations to be issued.
DLA Piper has released the latest issue of its Banking & Finance Litigation Update.
DLA Piper has released the 28 October 2013 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
DLA Piper looks at two recent Australian Takeovers Panel cases, namely Billabong International Ltd and Avalon Minerals Ltd.
The guidelines companies develop can vary widely, to address the different industries, cultures and environments in which they operate.
Significant changes are imminent as the much anticipated DPA takes a step closer to implementation with the release of a draft code of practice.
Since Xi Jiping became China’s leader this year, the PRC has seen the launch of an unprecedented, sweeping government campaign to tackle corruption.
Section 193 of the New York Labor Law proscribes an employer’s right to make deductions from its employees’ paychecks with very limited exceptions.
Companies operating internationally often engage numerous — sometimes even thousands — of third parties around the world to help facilitate their business.
In the past decade, dramatic shifts have occurred in how labour unions engage the world’s multinational companies.
For even the most conscientious of companies, real hurdles exist to conducting fulsome due diligence in a global setting.