On 15 October 2018, the Dutch government announced tax measures aimed at further improving the investment climate, including a further reduction of the main corporate income tax rate in 2021 to 20.5%. These proposed tax measures follow the decision of the same date to no longer abolish the Dutch dividend withholding tax. Further to and in […]
By Marc Wiggers The Healthcare and Youth Inspectorate is starting this autumn to conduct a survey on favor in the medical device sector. Since January 1, 2018, the prohibition of gratitude applies to suppliers of medical devices. This means that offering money, services or goods to promote the sale of medical devices is prohibited. The research conducted by […]
By Stéphanie De Smedt Since 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) is applicable throughout Europe. Strictly regulating the processing of health data, international data transfers and contractual arrangements between the parties involved in a clinical trial, the GDPR has had quite an impact in the life sciences sector. In the context of […]
By Victor van Ahee Food supplements are not fully harmonized by EU legislation yet. They are regulated in Member States by differing national rules which is why the maximum levels of vitamins and minerals may vary per country. This can be challenging for the FBOs who are active in a cross-border context. In The Netherlands, […]
By Marieke Kolsters, Wendy Pronk A Dutch resident Life Sciences company, just like any other company that qualifies as SFI (as defined below) could be confronted with the obligations following from the Financial Foreign Relations 1994 (Wet financiële betrekkingen buitenland 1994, Financial Foreign Relations Act). We have briefly described the main considerations below. Definition of SFI […]
By Bridget Dolan QC R (Allman) v HM Senior Coroner for Liverpool and Wirral The short and desperately tragic life of Alfie Evans, and his parents’ heart-rending fight to have him transferred to Rome for continuation of his life sustaining treatment, has recently been fully played out in the public arena. The public hearings in the […]
By Alison Johnson As 29 March 2019 draws ever closer and Brexit withdrawal negotiations continue, the UK government has started to release a series of technical notices outlining the implications of a “no Brexit deal” on certain key topics and industries. Noting that changes in business structuring, accounting and audit will be of interest to […]
By Abigail Hadfield Inadvertently failing to transfer the legal title to even a handful of mortgages following a portfolio acquisition can be a costly mistake. The secondary market in residential mortgage books is thriving, and purchasers are increasingly being caught out by this apparently simple issue. In the majority of cases, a suitably-worded power of […]
The UK government has published a raft of technical notices outlining the implications of a no deal Brexit on a range of sectors, should the UK leave the EU in March without an agreement. The technical notices highlight the practical effects that could result from a no deal Brexit. They span a range of issues […]
By Gordon Bell, Tom Price, David Lowe Governing law and jurisdiction or dispute clauses are two distinct things. Governing law is the substantive law of the contract and dispute resolution clauses are the clauses that tell you where and how your dispute is going to be resolved. They are very different. One does not imply the other and […]
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Corporate duo Mark Soundy and Sarah Priestley are leaving Goodwin Procter after a two year stint at the firm, The Lawyer understands, just days after the US firm lost a tax partner to Greenberg Traurig.
The withdrawal of Robert Tchenguiz’s accusations against the accountancy firm Grant Thornton and a number of other businesses will cost the property mogul nearly £24m as a result of a High Court judgment passed down yesterday. Mr Justice Robin Knowles ordered Tchenguiz to pay £11.2m to Travers Smith client Jóhannes Jóhannsson of the collapsed Icelandic bank […]
Weeks after the announcement of Nigel Boardman’s impending retirement next April, it can be revealed that another Slaughter and May stalwart is also due to hang up his boots this year. Corporate M&A partner William Underhill will bow out of the firm this December after 28 years in the firm’s partnership. He joined the firm […]
Baker McKenzie is set to open its third support centre in Florida as it kickstarts a business services overhaul. The service roles that will be based in Tampa, Florida, include legal services, finance, IT, knowledge management, operations, business development, marketing and communications, and talent. The new office is expected to employ 300 people and will […]
Nearly a year since it hired Freshfields’ David Higgins to bolster its corporate offering in London, Kirkland & Ellis is to bring in two Linklaters partners to spearhead its move into the Paris market.