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Eyes Wide Open: How SMEs Should Manage New Bribery And Corruption Risks In Light Of "Gamechanger" UK Government Support
On 5 June 2019, the then Secretary for State for International Trade (SoS), Dr Liam Fox, announced a new government initiative to help provide finance to UK small to medium sized businesses (SMEs
UK
2 Sep 2019
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UK Government's Economic Crime Plan – Where Are We Going?
On 12 July 2019, the UK government published its "Economic Crime Plan, 2019 to 2022" (the "Paper"), a policy paper setting out seven strategic priorities, each with action plans ("Actions")
UK
19 Aug 2019
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Working With Japanese Clients — Risk & Compliance (Video)
Working with Japanese Clients is a series of videos commenting on current trends and topics relevant to Japanese corporations.
Japan
13 Aug 2019
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Private Equity Bulletin
Having tightened the tests to be met for Entrepreneurs' Relief (ER), without consultation, the Government has now listened to the industry and produced a solution which should work in most cases.
European Union
20 Mar 2019
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English Court Of Appeal Provides Clarification Regarding The Regulation Of Dividend Payments To Shareholders
In the recent case of Global Corporate Ltd v Hale1, the Court of Appeal was asked to assess whether sums, described as "interim dividends" ...
UK
1 Feb 2019
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English Court Rules That Foreign Companies Must Produce Documents To The SFO In Response To A Section 2 Notice If There Is A "Sufficient Connection" With England
In a recent judgment1, the English High Court has held that where the Serious Fraud Office ("SFO") issues a notice ("Notice") ...
UK
4 Oct 2018
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Bloc Notes Boursier
Le dernier projet loi Pacte (loi relative à la croissance et la transformation des entreprises) prévoit d'abaisser de 95% à 90% le seuil du retrait obligatoire.
France
13 Aug 2018
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Corporate Carve-Outs And Offshore Structures
A corporate carve-out is the acquisition/disposal of a part only of an existing business and can be a sale of assets, shares or both.
UK
26 Jul 2017
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European Commission Issues Notice On Brexit's Implications For Pharmaceutical Companies
On May 2, the European Commission published a Notice to Marketing Authorisation Holders of Centrally Authorised Medicinal Products.
UK
11 May 2017
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The Regulations, Permits And Considerations - 8 May 2017
Poland has weathered the global financial crisis better than most of its European neighbors, but how easy is it doing business there?
Poland
10 May 2017
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When Is A Contract Term An Unenforceable Penalty?
For the first time in a century, the Supreme Court has considered the common law rule on penalty clauses in commercial and consumer contracts.
UK
30 Nov 2015
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Small Business, Enterprise And Employment Act 2015 What's Happening To Bearer Shares?
The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 will bring significant changes to certain areas of company law.
UK
15 Jun 2015
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Initial Public Offerings – An Issuer’s Guide
For most companies and their owners, an initial public offering (IPO) is a "once-in-in-a-lifetime" event that may represent the culmination of many years of hard work.
European Union
22 Jul 2014
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New Dual Process For Appointing Independent Directors – Amendments To Articles Of Association
On 16 May 2014, the Listing Rules are changing to incorporate new provisions applicable to premium listed companies which have or gain a controlling shareholder.
UK
22 May 2014
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Reporting On Executive Pay – The New Regime At A Glance
The much-heralded changes to the rules on the reporting of directors’ pay are now in force.
UK
28 Oct 2013
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Corporate Governance And Piercing The Corporate Veil – Supreme Court Rules To Extend Exceptions
The Supreme Court’s decision in the case of "Petrodel v Prest", handed down today, marks a crucial shift in the extent to which the courts will allow the "piercing of the corporate veil".
UK
19 Jun 2013
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Complete Reform of EU Data Protection Law Announced. Requirements to Harden
The European Commission has today announced its proposals to substantially enhance data protection compliance throughout Europe.
European Union
26 Jan 2012
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European Court of Justice Confirms that In-House Legal Advice is not Protected by Legal Privilege
On 14 September 2010, the European Court of Justice rejected a bid to change the legal status of advice given by in-house counsel, confirming its 1982 decision in the AM&S case, that legal privilege should extend only to advice provided by external lawyers who are qualified in one of the EU Member States.
European Union
 
15 Sep 2010
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Rebates – the Commission’s Contentious Method of Analysis Lives On
The EU Court has upheld a Commission decision that was generally considered an important test of the Commission’s current methodology of analysing exclusionary conduct by dominant companies.
European Union
 
13 Sep 2010
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Professions Legal Update
We believe all professional firms, of whatever size, that are not companies, are going to have to address some fundamental constitutional issues within the next three years. This article explains why.
UK
7 Jun 2004
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