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Yesterday (18 December 2014) further sanctions against Russia were agreed by the EU, focusing on investment into and trade with Crimea and Sevastopol.
The Spanish Competition Authority has extended the existing infringement proceedings in the modular construction case to 12 additional undertakings.
The private equity community – along with any other active participant in the financial services industry in the post-financial crisis world – faces risk from all sides So it is timely that this month saw the publication of a book on Dispute Resolution in Private Funds (edited by Hilton Mervis, a partner at King & Wood Mallesons).
The General Court has reduced the fine imposed on ENI by the Commission for retroactively attributing liability for earlier cartel infringements.
The Competition and Markets Authority intends to refer Pork Farms’ chilled savoury pastry merger for a phase 2 investigation unless undertakings are offered.
Despite the prominence of net contribution clauses in construction collateral warranties, third party rights schedules and sometimes in contracts or appointments, until last year there had been no English law cases to determine whether or not net contribution clauses are enforceable
The IPEC has decided that an Animal men’s gilet infringed Superdry’s unregistered design rights in its ‘Academy’ gilet.
Darren Rogers, Real Estate partner, wrote an article for Property Week discussing the implications of China’s investment into the UK
The Italian Competition Authority has cleared a book distribution joint venture following commitments to protect small and medium-sized publishers.
In this podcast, we look at some of the brand new festive pitfalls which 2014 has brought for employers, and how you can navigate through them to a peaceful New Year.
Shaistah Akhtar is a regular contributor to our Business Litigation Alert, primarily focusing on fraud, bribery and sanctions issues in Europe and around the world.