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With technological developments and the increase of CCTV in public places, the role of regulation and guidance will become increasingly important.
CCTV cameras can be installed in the French workplace for safety reasons and to prevent and investigate crime, theft or misconduct.
As of 1 October 2012, transfers of majority shares in a private limited liability company in Slovakia have become more complicated.
The Hungarian government has adopted a decree introducing an electronic auction system to be applied in the course of the public sale of the assets of companies in liquidation.
Where administrators use leasehold premises for the benefit of the administration, they should pay the rent attributable to that period as an expense of the administration.
When entering into corporate and commercial contracts, it is common to structure the deal so that if there is a breach it can be compensated without having to bring court proceedings.
In the current market, private equity sponsors are increasingly looking at initial public offerings (IPOs) as a real exit option for their portfolio investments.
The NDRC is collecting relevant information in the automotive parts industry and will likely launch antitrust investigations in this sector on suspicion of price-fixing cartels.
Taylor Wessing private equity partner Ed Waldron meets with Rob McCombie, investment director at CBPE Capital.
A business must either own or have a licence to what it uses; otherwise it could infringe someone else’s intellectual property rights.
China’s Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security has issued the Interim Provisions on Agency Workers.
International Law at Work: intranet announcement creates legally enforceable right to bonus promised for bank employees
Making a contract with the whole world is not a legal concept that is intuitively recognised.
International Law at Work — February 2014: looking forward... legislative initiatives of the new German government
This article sets out some of the employment-related enterprises of the Great Coalition as set out in the coalition treaty.
In this briefing, Taylor Wessing focuses on pensions in China, Germany and the UK.
On 2 July 2014, the data protection provisions of the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 will come into force.
Law at Work — February 2014: reasonableness and extent of restrictive covenants did not apply to actions as a minority shareholder
In this case, the High Court had to consider whether non-solicitation and non-dealing restrictions for a period of six months after termination of employment were enforceable.
Taylor Wessing has been shortlisted for the ‘Effective Legal Team’ award at the WealthBriefing European Awards 2014.
In the UAE, there are two separate jurisdictions that need to be considered. This update will focus on some recent developments in both jurisdictions.
It has been more than six months since the introduction of the new fee regime into the Employment Tribunal system, which took place on 29 July 2013.
The Employment Act is Singapore’s main labour law covering certain categories of employees.