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Last week's announcements by the UK's Treasury - the so-called "Autumn Statement" - was significant for the British venture capital and private equity sector in a number of... more
On 10 December 2013, the European Commission fined Johnson & Johnson (J&J) €10.8 million and Novartis €5.5 million for delaying the market entry of a cheaper generic version... more
On 6 December 2013, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) held four UK suppliers of access control and alarm systems to retirement properties to have engaged in behaviour... more
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has issued three significant decisions on the interpretation of the SPC Regulation, following two referrals from the UK Patents... more
On 5 December 2013, the European Commission adopted a package of reforms to simplify and streamline its merger control procedures. However, whilst the administrative burden for certain transactions... more
This week the UK Government published draft legislation relevant to LLPs and their members with a view to closing certain perceived tax avoidance opportunities that they are considered... more
The nascent private equity and venture capital industry in the MENA region has gone through some testing times in recent years. The recession saw the disappearance of a... more
In the recent case of Matchbet Limited v Openbet Retail Limited, the High Court rejected a claim for breach of a software licensing and development agreement, ruling that... more
The second half of 2013 saw the UK Court of Appeal re-examine the law of breach of confidence in the case of Force India Formula One Team Limited... more
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