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The latter half of 2013 proved to be an interesting period for the pharmaceutical sector from a competition law perspective.
Where a counterparty was entitled to specific performance of a contract with a company prior to its entry into administration, the counterparty should still be entitled to specific performance.
The guidelines will have a significant impact upon shaping energy regimes and their attractiveness to both industry and investors.
A guarantor will be released from liability if the parties to the contract that is guaranteed vary its terms if the guarantor does not confirm its obligations.
The Pension Protection Fund has recently published an explanatory statement entitled ‘Restructuring and insolvency: the PPF approach’.
On 31 January 2014, new regulations came into force that amend existing TUPE and collective redundancy legislation.
Under section 47 of the Pensions Act 2004, a contribution notice may be issued to more than one qualifying target.
A winding-up petition is not appropriate for a debt that is disputed on substantial and bona fide grounds.
Proceedings determining a creditor’s entitlement to prove a liquidation did fall within the ‘insolvency exception’ to the Lugano Convention.
Where different, equally ranking unsecured noteholders had no realistic prospect of obtaining any return on the alternative scenario of an insolvency, they could vote as a single class.
Louise Taylor considers the privacy challenges posed by the ‘internet of things’.
Lorna Caddy and Adam Rendle set out some predictions on how the media landscape is likely to change and develop during the course of 2014.
Graham Hann considers the main legal (and some practical) issues with the ever-expanding ‘internet of things’.
Financial fair play (FFP) has recently been making the headlines almost as much as the action on Europe’s football pitches.
After much anticipation, it has been announced that deferred prosecution agreements will become available in the UK from 24 February 2014.
As part of its anti-corruption package, the EU intends to publish a report every two years on member states’ efforts to tackle corruption.
The Chinese government has taken a big step towards liberalising the Chinese outbound investment regime.
New rules that will apply to most businesses have been laid before parliament. These rules will apply to relevant consumer contracts entered into on or after 13 June 2014.
Building your business: a practical guide to international construction, engineering and infrastructure projects
Taylor Wessing discusses the legal, technical and commercial issues of which you need to be aware when embarking on a project in some of the world’s largest construction markets.
Connecting the ‘internet of things’ download
With predictions of up to 50 billion internet-enabled devices by 2020, it is worth considering exactly how these devices will actually connect to the internet and to each other.