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The EU Commission has imposed a fine of €20m on Marine Harvest for failing to notify the commission of its acquisition of de facto sole control over Morpol ASA.
MiFID 2 is likely to have significant consequences in Switzerland, in particular among Swiss banks, securities dealers and independent asset managers.
An unqualified consumer relations officer can only be employed until the 31 July 2014 at the latest.
Following the downing of MH17, the EU has bolstered its stance against Russia and has increased sanctions on the state. However, tougher sanctions are being called for.
The EU Consumer Rights Directive required businesses across the EU to comply with its requirements from 13 June 2014.
International retail businesses that have businesses or subsidiaries with banking facilities in Italy should be aware of recent tax changes within the country.
Germany: Federal Cartel Office and courts make Adidas, ASICS and Casio drop ban on online marketplaces
Renowned brands Adidas, ASICS and Casio must allow their approved resellers to use internet auction sites and online marketplaces to resell their goods.
International industrial and manufacturing businesses that have Italian businesses or subsidiaries with banking facilities in Italy should be aware of recent Italian tax changes.
DKF and Wierzbowski Eversheds defence and security networking meeting: discussion of the new Offset Act
The new Offset Act was signed into law by the president of Poland on 7 July 2014 and will come into force 14 days after publication in the Journal of Laws.
Food and drink businesses that have headquarters in Switzerland or commissionaire arrangements are likely to be affected by the changes.
On 8 April 2014, the European Court of Justice in the Digital Rights Ireland case declared the Data Retention Directive 2006/24/EC invalid...
The new TTBE, adopted following a lengthy consultation process, does not represent a significant departure from the previous approach to technology licensing.
This follows whistleblower Edward Snowden’s revelations regarding the US National Security Agency’s mass surveillance activities.
Weekly Newsletter Italy: rules governing a power of attorney granted overseas; FITs — retrospective cuts: government erring on side of caution
Eversheds has published its Weekly Newsletter Italy for the period 9–15 June 2014.
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.
The Intellectual Property Act 2014 seeks to implement the recommendations of the Hargreaves Review of Intellectual Property and Growth 2011.
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.
The Danish people voted in favour of joining the Unified Patent Court (UPC) in a public referendum held on 25 May 2014.
A new French law (the Consumer Act) that took effect on 18 March 2014 allows consumers to bring class actions in France.