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Parmjit Singh of Eversheds has praised Oxfam for its rankings of food and drink companies in terms of social and environmental policies.
Deferred prosecution agreements, the government’s newest weapon in the fight against corporate crime, have become available to prosecutors.
The ESMA has written to the European Commission requesting that the definition of ‘derivative’ or ‘derivative contract’ in Regulation (EU) No 648/2012 is clarified.
The issue of what duties a lead underwriter owes to the following market when settling a claim was considered by the commercial court in the context of a ‘follow clause’.
Eversheds has advised NewRiver Retail, a UK REIT specialising in value-creating retail property investment and active asset management, on its latest £85m equity fundraising.
Jason Lovell, an oil and gas expert at Eversheds, has said that the UK government needs to ‘equip the Department of Energy & Climate Change with the tools it needs’.
Phillip Tunney of Eversheds has commented on the importance of protecting IP for those in the chemical industry who are involved in collaborative R&D.
Eversheds partner Alison Oldfield has commented on the legal process of evicting protesters, after an application to evict protesters was adjourned for two weeks.
Deferred prosecution agreements, the government’s newest weapon in the fight against corporate crime, become available to prosecutors from 24 February 2014.
Eversheds has advised Flybe Group, a company listed on the London Stock Exchange, on raising £150m by way of a firm placing and open offer.
Eversheds’ Madrid office has successfully represented pharmaceutical company MSD Spain in a landmark patent dispute.
On 18 February 2014, on the request of a creditor represented by Eversheds, the attached land unit Lidingö Kostern 5, owned by the Russian Federation, was sold for SEK20.5m).
Ben Jones, tax expert at Eversheds, has commented on concerns that the introduction of an EU-wide financial transactions tax could hit UK savers.
Eversheds’ James Batham has said that the British Retail Consortium’s recommendations for overhauling business rates will be welcomed by retailers.
Eversheds’ international arbitration group has been ranked within the top 20 firms in Global Arbitration Review’s elite GAR 30 list.
Eversheds has advised consumer electronics retailer Expansys on its recommended takeover by celebrity entrepreneur and Dragons’ Den panellist Peter Jones.
Giles Salmond has said that countries such as Luxembourg are likely to lose out when EU rules on VAT on e-commerce transactions come into force in 2015.
Michael Conroy Harris, construction expert at Eversheds, has said that there is no spare capacity in the UK construction industry following the floods.
Eversheds Bitans lawyers will be providing legal advice free of charge in Latvia on 10, 11 and 14 March.
Last year was an eventful year in the residential sector. In this briefing, Eversheds looks back through the top five influential and surprising cases.