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Cartels in Romania

Government Emergency Ordinance 39/2017 of 31 May 2017 transposed the EU Directive on Antitrust Damages Actions (2014/104/EU) into national law and made a number of other amendments to the Competition Law (21/1996), including as follows: • The definition of an undertaking has been modified. • Undertakings that engage in the modern trade of foodstuffs and […]

Social Housing Monthly Law Update – November 2018

By David Isaacson TLT provides monthly law update on all things affecting social housing. Key highlights of this month include:  New ICO GDPR guidance: Passwords and encryption in online services and websites  Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs): important changes  Government announces new generation of council housing  Continuity of planning (environmental) requirements when the UK leaves […]

Romania: Supreme Court renders decision on the point of law

By Dana Rădulescu, Anca Băițan Supreme Court’s Decision highlights The Supreme Court rendered the Decision no. 53 rendered on June 18, 2018, recently published in the Official Gazette on November 5, 2018, on the point of law (the ”Decision”). To put things in context, we mention that the Supreme Court renders a Decision on the […]

Impact of UK property changes on Jersey and Guernsey structures

The UK Government has announced that with effect from April 2019, it intends to bring non-UK investors into scope for either capital gains tax (“CGT”) or corporation tax (“CT”) on any direct or indirect gains made in relation to investments in UK property. Jersey and Guernsey have responded to the public consultations and liaised with […]

Switzerland – Proposed new class action procedure

By Dr Urs Feller, Nina Lim In Switzerland, typical class actions as known in many other jurisdictions are not available. However, ‘Dieselgate’ and similar cases also affect consumers in Switzerland. If a large number of people suffer the same or similar damage, each has to file their claim individually. While total damages are usually large the individual […]

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In brief: Review over laws on compulsory purchase

The Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions has announced a wide-ranging review of the laws and procedures relating to the compulsory acquisition of land, as part of its initiative to modernise the planning system. Planning minister Richard Caborn said: “This is a complex area of law and I cannot anticipate whether and when […]

In brief: Eversheds establishes Cambridge base

Eversheds has moved into Cambridge by taking two rooms in the city to provide fax and phone facilities for its lawyers from the Norwich office who are increasingly having to travel there for client business or marketing development work. Eversheds East Anglia managing partner Colin Brown said the firm would be addressing the issue of […]

Go ahead for Woolf despite IT delay

Elizabeth Davidson and John Malpas report. THE IT case management system needed to underpin Lord Woolf’s civil justice reforms will not be ready by next April’s start date – but the Government plans to press ahead with the reforms anyway. The hitch was revealed by the Master of the Rolls and his deputy, Vice-Chancellor Sir […]

In brief: Law Society course may have netted £1m

The Trainee Solicitors’ Group (TSG) claimed last week that the Law Society makes a profit from students on the legal practice course. The TSG said that figures produced by the Law Society revealed that the Law Society may have made a £1m profit from students since the course was introduced in 1993.

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