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On 28 November 2013, the Court of Justice of the EU gave judgment in two appeals by the Council of the EU against judgments of the General Court annulling the asset freezes imposed by the Council on two Iranian companies.
Welcome to the October edition of Stephenson Harwood’s Data Protection Update, a monthly bulletin on key developments in data protection law.
Greek office legal update download
In this update from Stephenson Harwood’s Piraeus office we take a look at recent changes to the tonnage tax regime in Greece applying to foreign-flagged vessels enacted in January this year by the Greek government.
The Code Committee of the Takeover Panel has published its response statement (RS 2012/3) to its consultation Companies subject to the Takeover Code (PCP 2012/3).
On 1 October 2013, radical changes to the way in which executive pay is disclosed and reported came into force.
With the re-launch of the franchising system and a return to shorter franchises, the spotlight returns to how operators and investors can be incentivised to invest on a long- term basis...
From 1 October 2013, the Equality Act 2010’s ‘three-strikes’ rule will disappear.
As of 29 July, employers can enter into confidential negotiations with an employee with the aim of terminating their employment.
Data Protection Update — August 2013 download
Stephenson Harwood has released the August edition of its Data Protection Update, a monthly bulletin on key developments in data protection law.
Substantial reforms to the UK competition regime present an array of unanswered questions and may even be unworkable in practice, writes Stephenson Harwood partner Marta Garcia.
Any person who carries on a regulated activity in the UK by way of business must be authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority or be exempt.
In practice, the best policy is to have no policy on redundancy payments.
The government’s Automatic transfers: consolidating pensions savings paper aims to find a solution to the issue of dormant DC pension pots.
Credit Suisse has had a finding made against it by the tribunal for direct age discrimination in relation to an experienced retail analyst.
On 29 July 2013, the changes to the Employment Tribunal Rules of Procedure and new sections of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 came into force.
Such dispute resolution mechanisms provide investors with protection against adverse host government action...
There has been a raft of PAYE-related developments of late. This bulletin sets out brief details of those that may be of interest.
Pensions snapSHot — July 2013 download
This issue of snapSHot summarises some of the key legal and regulatory developments that occurred during June in relation to occupational pension schemes.
Data Protection Update — July 2013 download
Welcome to the July edition of Stephenson Harwood’s Data Protection Update, a monthly bulletin on key developments in data protection law.
Whether privacy will be breached by the employer in gathering evidence with an aim of dismissing the employee will depend on the facts.