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In last week’s newspaper in Amman, Jordan, it was reported that the government was going to issue a new licensing regulation for power companies.
Hannah Nichols and Emma Gordon of Eversheds’ fraud and investigations group take a look at developments in bribery and corruption enforcement in the UK.
Joaquin Almunia has stated that any review of the successful purchase of Vivendi’s French telecom subsidiary by Numericable will remain with the French Competition Authority.
Ben Jones, tax expert at Eversheds, has commented on news concerning tax affairs of Bernie Ecclestone’s family.
The AIFMD will soon be fully in force for EU fund managers and for non-EU fund managers marketing their funds into the EU.
Eversheds has appointed construction and engineering disputes expert James Pickavance as a partner in its litigation and dispute management team.
James Batham, partner and head of retail at Eversheds, has commented on the latest retail sales figures from the ONS.
On 1 April 2014, the FCA published its research into ‘Consumer Credit and Consumers in Vulnerable Circumstances’ customer segmentation.
Pensions speedbrief — scheme closures and benefit changes: High Court sheds light on some dos and don’ts
This speedbrief looks at IBM UK v Dalgleish and its practical implications for employers and trustees who are considering DB benefit change exercises.
On 31 March 2014, 10 days after it published its new guides to supervision, the FCA published its Business Plan and Risk Outlook for the coming year.
Eversheds’ Spotlight briefing includes developments in Italian derivatives case law and an overview of the amendments made to Spain’s insolvency regulation.
Middle East: Dubai Electricity & Water Authority launches tender process for the Hassyan clean coal power project
DEWA will be selecting a suitable developer or developer consortium to own 49 per cent of a project company to build and operate an independent power project.
On 21 March 2014, the European Commission adopted a revised technology transfer block exemption, which applies to bilateral licences of technology rights.
The High Court has found that an employer had breached its implied duty of good faith in the way it went about closing its DB schemes to the future accrual of benefits.
Law firm Leigh Day has announced that it is taking legal action against a major supermarket chain on behalf of more than 400 workers.
From 1 April 2014, the ONR will operate as an independent body corporate (pursuant to Part 3 of the Energy Act 2013).
Following the 2014 Budget, the Department of Finance published a review of the research and development tax credit regime in Ireland.
A series of recent cases may oblige TMT employers to include average overtime, commission/bonuses and allowances when calculating holiday pay.
The European Commission has adopted a proposal for a directive on the protection of trade secrets.
The ‘unfair relationship’ concept in respect of credit agreements was introduced into the Consumer Credit Act 1974 on 6 April 2007.