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Ruling has significant consequences on dawn raids by French competition authorities, who must now be sure to exclude privileged and unrelated documents.
The Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 heralds a new phase in judicial review practice.
On 2 December, Eversheds hosted its annual Food and Drink conference, which opened with a keynote speech by Adam Leyland, editor of The Grocer.
Versloot Dredging BV & Or v HDI Gerling Industrie Versicherung AG & Ors considered whether the entire claim is forfeit if an Insured relies on fraudulent means or devices in pursuing a claim.
Section 56 of the Data Protection Act 1998, dormant since the DPA came into force, is expected to be implemented shortly.
UK: privacy and information law update — enforced subject access: a new criminal offence under the Data Protection Act 1998
Section 56 of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA), dormant since the DPA came into force, is expected to be implemented shortly.
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.
The chairman of the FCC has suggested that the private sector should take responsibility and accountability for managing cyber threats and risks.
On 8 April 2014, the European Court of Justice in the Digital Rights Ireland case declared the Data Retention Directive 2006/24/EC invalid...
Eversheds has published the June 2014 edition of its In Brief publication — a look at what is happening in the legal sector.
Peter Nigel Snee of Franklin Hodge Industries pleaded guilty on 17 June 2014 to the criminal cartel offence under section 188 of the Enterprise Act 2002.
The European Commission will hold parent companies jointly liable for the competition law infringements of their subsidiaries when the parent exercises a ‘decisive influence’ over the subsidiary.
Hannah Nichols and Emma Gordon of Eversheds’ fraud and investigations group take a look at developments in bribery and corruption enforcement in the UK.
The current EU market abuse regime is in line for an overhaul. It is anticipated that the implementation of the new proposals may not come into force until 2016.
Weekly Newsletter Italy: 31 March to 6 April 2014 — Jobs Act; more controls of project workers; and more
Eversheds has released its Italy newsletter, which contains information on HR consultancy, litigation and dispute management and financial services and markets regulation.
Deferred prosecution agreements, the government’s newest weapon in the fight against corporate crime, have become available to prosecutors.
Deferred prosecution agreements, the government’s newest weapon in the fight against corporate crime, become available to prosecutors from 24 February 2014.
Eversheds has commented on the launch of the UK National Crime Agency.