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By Basma Khashoggi, Hassan Nassif, Mohamed Moussallati
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) continues its journey to realize the Vision 2030 by creating a thriving economy that is open for business. With a global expansion in the size of the e-commerce
By Jian-Cheng Ku, Daan Arends, Rhys Bane
On September 17, 2019, the Dutch government published its tax proposals for 2020 and onwards. The plan mainly aims to implement a number ...
By Andreea Badea
The Regulation No 2/2019 on the prevention of money laundering and terrorism financing (NBR AML Regulation)
By Eddy Lievens, Pierre Dion, Wouter Verhelst
The new Belgian Code of Companies and Associations (BCCA) entered into force on 1 May 2019 for companies incorporated after said date.
By DLA Piper
Media, Sport and Entertainment Sector Co-chair Nick Fitzpatrick and associate Alasdair Muller speak to RFU Legal and Governance Director Angus Bujalski and RFU Legal Counsel Stuart Tennant
By Ben Gipson, Eric S. Beane, Mary Dollarhide
In a rare pro-employer decision, on September 12, 2019 the California Supreme Court decided in ZB, N.A. v. Superior Court that Private Attorney General Act (PAGA)
By Jessica Wilson
In multidistrict litigation (MDL), two or more separate but related cases are coordinated in a single proceeding for pretrial purposes of discovery and motion practice
By John Huh, Eric Paul Christofferson, Courtney Gilligan Saleski, Meagan Self
This week, the Eleventh Circuit significantly raised the burden for DOJ and qui tam plaintiffs asserting False Claims Act claims under a false certification theory.
By Bertold Bär-Bouyssière, Daniel Colgan
A second term for Commissioner Vestager - not a surprise at all. But a second term as Competition Commissioner - that was far from expected.
By Nicholas Tyacke, Alexandra De Zwart
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has published a consultation paper seeking feedback on whether it should make excipient ingredients
By DLA Piper
A range of outcomes remains possible. The UK could still leave the EU without a deal. Two things would be required for this to happen:
By Mark Dwyer, Michael McKee
While a range of outcomes, including a departure under the terms of the current Withdrawal Agreement, remains possible, it is important
By Désirée Fields, Ruth Hoy, Leigh Martin
While a range of outcomes, including a departure under the terms of the current Withdrawal Agreement, remains possible,
By Markus Gampp LL.M.
While a range of outcomes, including a departure under the terms of the current Withdrawal Agreement, remains possible
By Caroline Scott, Paul Hardy
DLA Piper is pleased to launch Brexit: The Implications for the Life Sciences Sector, an interactive guide designed to help companies in the sector navigate Brexit.
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