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Takeover Code amendments — profit forecasts, quantified financial benefits statements and material changes in information
The Code Committee of the Takeover Panel has published amendments to the Takeover Code to provide clarity to ‘offerors’ and ‘offerees’.
The government has published a consultation entitled ‘Supporting the employee-ownership sector’.
A recent EAT decision suggests that, as long as the companion falls within the statutory categories, the choice lies entirely with the employee.
The General Anti-Abuse Rule (GAAR) was introduced in the Finance Act 2013 to counteract ‘tax advantages arising from tax arrangements that are abusive’.
On 19 July, EU commissioner Viviane Reding stated that the European Commission will be reviewing its Safe Harbor Agreement with the US.
Nabarro has advised wealth and investment manager Walker Crips on the creation of a regulated short-term lending fund.
Different intellectual property rights protect different assets, each with their own rules on whether or not registration is required and how long the rights last.
Is a TUPE transferee bound by terms of employment that are collectively negotiated following the transfer, but where it is not a party to the negotiations?
Nabarro has acted for new client Publicis, an advertising and communications agencies, completing a deal in five weeks to agree pre-lets on two central London properties being redeveloped by Derwent London.
The appetite of institutional investors for the housing sector is finally growing, attracted by innovative new models and assurance in steady inflation-linked returns.
Sood Enterprises v Healy: Mr Healy had been on sick leave from June 2010 to July 2011 when he resigned due to ill health. He claimed payment in lieu of accrued, but untaken holiday during 2010 and 2011..
The Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the Lehman and Nortel pension appeal cases on 24 July 2013.
Nabarro has released the July 2013 issue of its Pensions Update, which includes information on the new DC code of practice, automatic enrolment and more.
The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) is now law in the UK.
Earlier this month, the Employment Appeal Tribunal delivered its written judgment in the Woolworths collective redundancies case.
In Project Blue Limited v HMRC the First-Tier Tribunal considered for the first time the application of section 75A to a complex and high-profile property transaction.
Nabarro has advised Mitsui Fudosan UK and Stanhope on the acquisition of One Angel Court in EC2 from TIAA-CREF.
Nabarro has helped to develop a guide that navigates the ‘legal maze’ of European procurement rules governing land and development deals.
The European Commission now proposes a directive to cover take-down procedures and action relating to unlawful website content.
The Sheffield city region must grasp the opportunity of international investment, says Martin McKervey of Nabarro, as the law firm reveals that the UK has topped a new index ranking 20 countries from all five major world regions for their attractiveness to institutional investors in infrastructure projects.