Taxing the digitalized economy

The significant revenues that companies in the digitalized economy generate, in combination with the greater risk of base erosion and profit shifting due to the lack of a physical presence, mean that countries and the organizations that represent them are increasingly looking at new ways to tax the digitalized economy.

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Investing in renewable energy projects in Europe

As the EU and national governments aim to use recovery from the COVID-19 crisis as a springboard for achieving ambitious new climate policy goals and building back greener, this briefing presents an annual status update on legal, policy and commercial initiatives across the European renewables sector.

Changing times: Brexit’s impact on the EU’s financial services market

Following the end of the transition period nearly two months ago, with an EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) that largely left out financial services1, it is unsurprising that the UK is forging alliances elsewhere. Even less surprising, then, is that one such ally should be another European nation well known for its financial sector.

EU sanctions – a year in review

The world of sanctions policy and enforcement saw quite a busy year in 2020 – and it seems the trend will not slow down in 2021.

Guide to self-cleaning in European public procurement procedures

With the increase in governments’ stimulus packages, the principles of fairness in competition and compliance with legal rules have proved relevant, enhancing how useful the self-cleaning option is. Understanding what it means and how to benefit from this second chance is all the more key to economic operators.

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Legal experts comment on the Queen’s Speech

Today the Queen’s Speech set out the government’s agenda for the next session and its plans to build back better from the pandemic and level-up opportunities across the country. The speech contained reference to more than 30 Bills. Some of the most prominent are commented on here.

What does the post-transition grace period mean for employers?

The Home Office recently updated its guidance in respect of what UK employers should be doing to check whether EEA nationals and their family members have the right to work during the post-transition grace period. Below is a summary of the main updates and how this will impact employers for the next two months.

AI – Commission publishes new legal framework

I wrote last autumn about the European Parliament’s approval of proposals for the regulation of artificial intelligence (AI), and the European Commission has now decisively picked up the legislative baton, publishing its comprehensive framework for an AI Regulation.

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