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EU and US businesses are asking their governments for help in stopping the implementation of Chinese cyber security regulations that could undermine the ability of foreign companies to get into the banking IT market in China.
Law firm Eversheds has entered into a formal co-operation agreement in Cape Town with Walkers, one of the oldest law firms in South Africa’s legislative capital.
The forthcoming Consumer Rights Bill will introduce changes to consumer laws, including those dealing with the provision of goods, services and digital content.
Francois Barker, head of pensions at law firm Eversheds, has commented on the calls for an Independent Pensions Commission.
Aleen Gulvanessian, partner and corporate governance specialist at Eversheds, has commented on the proposals for a new stringent city code affecting certain non-execs.
The Ombudsman is currently investigating one complaint from a member whose transfer was executed but, in the member’s subsequent view, should have been blocked.
Firm advises Impetus on its acquisition of waste transfer station operator T Shea.
In a move that will be welcomed by employers, a European Court of Justice advocate-general has given an opinion against the aggregation of redundancies across an employer.
Everyone is aware of the institutional reforms envisaged under the new system with the Workplace Relations Commission. However, there are a number of other reforms that require some attention.
On 30 January 2015, the Europen Commission republished a draft RTS on the own funds requirements for firms based on fixed overheads. How will this affect asset managers?
The PRIIPs Key Information Document, required from 31 December 2016, is designed to give retail investors essential information about a PRIIP and address perceived ineffective standards of pre-contractual disclosure...
The majority of UK businesses support a strike law reform, according to Eversheds.
Procurement E-Briefing: Supreme Court’s landmark judgment in case of OCS v Dublin Airport Authority plc
The long-awaited judgment of the Supreme Court in OCS One Complete Solution v The Dublin Airport Authority was finally delivered on 30 January 2015 by Mr Justice Clarke.
The Court of Appeal has dismissed a claim brought by a wheelchair user who was unable to travel on a bus because the wheelchair space was already occupied by a passenger with a child in a buggy.
In a recent case, the First-tier Tribunal (Tax) confirmed that a compensation payment that was made to an employee on the termination of their employment was taxable.
Eversheds has advised the Forewind consortium on an offshore wind energy project at Dogger Bank in the North Sea.
Updates on developments in shared parental leave, adoption leave, caste discrimination, tribunal recommendations and more.
Eversheds Bianchini, the Italian office of law firm Eversheds, with a team headed by Marco Franzini, has advised seller shareholders in the sale of RGI Group to Ardian.
The FCA’s expectations will not be greeted with great vigilance in offices outside the UK, according to Eversheds.
Technology and information sector in London is ”growing faster than that of California”.