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Eversheds takes a look at recent deals where large technology companies have acquired add-on businesses, particularly in the areas of social media, cloud, mobile commerce and security.
Here are our Top 10 tips for complying with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (PCR 2015) that come into force on on 26 February.
A few simple measures for you to take as you prepare to comply with the Competition Ordinance that will introduce cross-sector competition law rules to Hong Kong this year.
€170bn (£120bn) of the EU’s 2014-2020 budget is earmarked for 10 former Eastern bloc countries, much of it being spent on infrastructure and energy projects. Of these, Poland represents the largest market.
The forthcoming Consumer Rights Bill will introduce changes to consumer laws, including those dealing with the provision of goods, services and digital content.
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...
Ireland’s National Payments Plan emphasises the promotion of electronic payment methods.
Africa e-briefing, December 2014: OHADA Masters degree; integration of EALI members; EALI and Morrocan country guide, COMESA guidelines and foreign exchange reform
Eversheds’ Africa e-briefing includes the new OHADA Masters degree, the integration of EALI members, the EALI summit and country guides, Morrocan guide, COMESA guidelines and foreign exchange reform.
A new Consumer Rights Bill introducing changes to the provision of goods, services and digital content, is set to become law in October 2015.
On 2 December, Eversheds hosted its annual Food and Drink conference, which opened with a keynote speech by Adam Leyland, editor of The Grocer.
The government has announced changes to the law which will limit claims for deductions from pay filed on or after 1 July 2015 to deductions which occurred in the two-year period before the claim is filed.
In recent years, many consumer-facing multi-national companies have been paying increasing attention to a developing global business and human rights agenda.
The Italian government has powers to intervene in certain transactions involving Italian defence companies under Italian Law Decree No. 21 of 15 March 2012.
The COMESA Competition Commission has issued guidelines on merger control rules.
In an era where price fixing and anti-competitive practices attract fines measured in billions, the disparity associated with sentencing for safety offences has never been more evident.
What can and what should organisations be doing to prepare for Ebola from a health and safety point of view?
This act enables the secretary of state to introduce regulations that will allow undertakers to exit the competitive part of the retail market.
Those generating their own electricity from solar photovoltaic panels receive payments from their energy suppliers for each kilowatt-hour of electricity that is generated.
The Court of Appeal decision in CLP Holding Company Ltd v Singh (1) Kaur (2) prompts consideration of a common oversight in dealing with dilapidations claims.
Amendments to the recently passed draft PPP law have been approved by Jordan’s Lower House Investment Committee.