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Following a long consultation and implementation process, the RDR came into force on New Year’s Eve 2012. This article looks at the emerging supervisory themes 10 months on.
The OFT is set to investigate the ways in which online and app-based games encourage children to make purchases.
Taylor Wessing employees are raising money for Changing Faces, a charity for people who are living with conditions, marks or scars that affect their appearance.
As the shipping industry is hit harder than ever, platform solutions and capital markets are becoming options.
The Singapore Court of Appeal held that DB did not owe a duty of care to C.
On 11 October 2013, the government confirmed plans to strengthen the Code of Practice on Taxation for Banks in the Finance Bill 2014.
A legal mortgage of shares ‘debentures’ and ‘other securities’ does not attach a security interest to the benefit of any shareholder loans made by the security provider.
The court has considered the nature and scope of the duties of a facility agent in a syndicated, multi-tiered real-estate financing structure.
The Court of Appeal has cast doubt on the standard protective language used in guarantees to preserve the guarantee where amendments are made to the underlying principal documents.
The law of confidential information is a useful tool for protecting commercially sensitive material, such as trade secrets, which cannot be fully protected by intellectual property rights.
Legal advice privilege covers confidential communications between a lawyer and the lawyer’s client that come into existence for the purpose of giving or obtaining legal advice.
The provisions proposed by the European Commission in its regulation target better supervision of the accreditation bodies.
Medicinal products may be protected by a paediatric extension, which extends the lifetime of a supplementary protection certificate by a further six months.
The number of candidates entering and progressing through the product pipelines of some leading originator pharmaceutical companies has diminished.
The European Parliament and the European Council have adopted a new customs regulation, replacing Regulation 1383/2003/EC.
Members of Taylor Wessing’s European team explain the issues and describe the key rules applying to patent entitlement in Austria, Germany and the UK.
On 25 September 2013, the French government released the key measures of the draft Finance Bill for 2014 that would notably affect French companies.
ESMA guidelines introduce new standards for alternative investment managers, some of whom are not currently subject to any remuneration requirements.
The latest installment of the Deutsche Bank/Unitech LIBOR battle has recently played out in the High Court.
The UKIPO has upheld an opposition by Georgio Armani against Jacob Armani’s application to register a figurative mark for baby equipment.