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The Culture, Media & Sport Select Committee has published its report on the draft Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Bill.
The recent experience of Paris Brown demonstrates exactly the type of police activity that the DPP was seeking to prevent when he issued prosecution guidelines in December last year.
Approval of the introduction of the employee shareholder status has finally been given by Parliament, but only after a number of amendments to the relevant legislation were agreed by the government.
The Brussels Court of Appeal has acknowledged the existence of legal professional privilege for in-house counsels who are members of the IBJ/IJE.
Albion Water Ltd has finally succeeded in obtaining at least some recompense in its struggle to compete with incumbent Welsh water monopolist Dwr Cymru.
The EU digital commissioner, Neelie Kroes, has indicated that the EU plans to accelerate its proposals for a single market for European telecoms.
The Spanish gambling watchdog announced in a press release last Friday that it will authorise betting exchanges and online slots, following the lead of other EU countries including Italy.
Olswang has released its Equity Capital Markets Update for quarter one of 2013.
In UsedSoft GmbH vs Oracle International Corp (C-128/11), the ECJ ruled that the principle of ‘exhaustion of rights’ applies to the DTO software market.
Following changes to the law on collective redundancy consultation, ACAS has published guidance for employers on how to manage collective redundancies.
This article revisits the substantive policies of the NPPF and considers its impact on the retail, office and residential sectors.
Incentivising performance in an IT contract requires a panoply of commercial and contractual incentives and sanctions.
The government has announced that the timetable for some of the proposed employment law reforms expected to come into force in 2013 has changed.
The English High Court in Arsanovia & Ors v Cruz City 1 Mauritius Holdings  EWHC 3702 (Comm) has delivered a decision dealing with issues revolving around different governing laws and (substantive) jurisdiction.
This analysis of French transfer pricing issues addresses a range of topics.
The UK law commissions are recommending fine-tuning to two aspects of the unfair terms regime.
With an increasingly mobile workforce, the practice of bringing your own device (BYOD) is already a fact of life for many businesses.
The cross-border transfer of a cash pooling activity within a multinational group constitutes an indirect transfer of profits.
In March 2012, the French customs authorities published an updated version of their guidelines applicable to customs value containing an amendment with respect to transfer pricing.
On 4 January 2011, the French tax authorities published guidelines on new requirements that had been introduced relating to specific transfer pricing documentation.