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The new UK environmental penalties will make companies nervous of retrospective action, according to Paul Verrico, principal associate at Eversheds.
Naeema Choudry has commented on the Flexible Working Regulations 2014, which extend the right to make a request for flexible working to any employee who has been employed for 26 weeks.
Andrew Henderson has commented on news that the EU’s markets, banking and insurance watchdogs could be funded from a direct levy on the sector.
The Pensions Regulator has published a new code of practice on funding defined benefits ’to minimise any adverse impact on the sustainable growth of an employer’.
Ofcom is seeking to establish whether end user repeaters/enhancers have the necessary characteristics to provide enhanced coverage solutions without causing interference.
This follows whistleblower Edward Snowden’s revelations regarding the US National Security Agency’s mass surveillance activities.
A search engine operator never forgets... unless you ask it to — the practical challenges of the CJEU Google case decision
Regulators deliberate as search engine operators work to assemble and implement compliant practices in the wake of the CJEU’s decision in the Google case.
Eversheds’ Austrian office has obtained a landmark decision in the Supreme Court for Austrian restaurant group Plachutta.
Eversheds’ Paul Worth has commented on news that the incoming deputy governor of the Bank of England is to drive through changes to foreign exchange and other benchmarks.
ICA accepts remedies proposed by the major insurance companies in relation to possible vertical restraints in agency contracts
The ICA has accepted remedies proposed by the major insurance companies in relation to possible vertical restraints in agency contracts.
ESMA has notified the European Commission of issues that it has identified regarding the frontloading requirement under Regulation (EU) No 648/2012.
Hong Kong has long been celebrated as a leading international financial centre. However, the regulation of its insurance intermediaries has for a significant time lagged behind.
Weekly Newsletter Italy: HR consultancy; competition, EU and regulatory; and financial services disputes and investigations
Eversheds has published its weekly newsletter covering Italy for 19–25 May 2014. It looks at HR consultancy, competition, EU and regulatory, financial services disputes and more.
Eversheds’ Andrew Henderson says the final word on banking conducts remains with the FCA and the PRA, despite the launch of the UK Banking Standards Council.
Peter Shervington, product liability expert at Eversheds, has commented on the latest news that Peugeot China has recalled more than 160,000 vehicles.
The Pensions Regulator has published its first section 89 report relating to breaches of the automatic enrolment legislation.
Jonathan Brook has joined Eversheds as a partner in the law firm’s London litigation team.
According to recent media reports, retailers have been selling meat which satisfies halal requirements but is not clearly described as ‘halal’.
Wierzbowski Eversheds has achieved a 50 per cent reduction on the appeal of a fine imposed on PTK Centertel by Poland’s competition regulator.
Eversheds associate Andrew Bennett has commented on news that Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust has been fined for health and safety breaches.