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By Nick Beckett, Daisy He, Roxie Meng
After the State Council issued the Opinions on Deepening the Reform of Examination and Approval System and Encouraging Innovation of Drugs and Medical Devices ("Opinions") on 8 October 2017, ...
By CMS Tax Group
The Autumn Budget contained a number of well trailed measures together with some surprises. These are the main developments we have highlighted in our Tax Blog with links to the individual blog posts.
By Tim Hardy, Michiel Van't Landt
In Rollitt v Ballard [2017] EWHC 1500 (TCC), an ad hoc arbitration with the seat in England, the Claimant applied in February 2016 for a ruling that the arbitrator did not have jurisdiction.
By Anna Burchner, Richard Taylor
The European Commission in a paper released on 21 September 2017 outlined different options for taxing profits of digital businesses, to ensure tax is paid where ‘value is created'
By Anna Burchner
For asset managers including managers of Alternative Investment Funds ("AIFs") the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project ("BEPS") is a particular issue. Many outcomes will likely affect this industry...
By Tim Hardy, Rob Wilson
The Court of Appeal has upheld a judge's order imposing indemnity costs on third-party funders.
By Tim Hardy, Aimee Cook
In Anatolie Stati and others v Kazakhstan [2017] EWHC 1348 (Comm), the English High Court held that the Defendant's application, to set aside permission granted to the Claimants to enforce an arbitral award...
By Tim Hardy, Stefanie Day
The losing Respondent in an ICC Arbitration with the seat in London challenged the Award on the grounds of ‘serious irregularity' and argued that as one of the arbitrators had acted inappropriately...
By Tim Hardy, Michiel Van't Landt
He decided that he had a discretionary power to order the sale and in deciding to order a sale he spelt out the criteria he took into account when considering how to exercise his discretion.
By Tim Hardy, Laura McEwen
The Claimant based in Russia contracted with the Respondent to supply materials for the repair of a furnace.
By Jan Burgess, Rosalind Morgan
Welcome to the Winter 2012 Health and Safety Calendar.
By Omar Qureshi, Valerie Allan
Over a year after the implementation of the Bribery Act 2010, we are beginning to see how corporate bribery may be disposed of in future.
By Olexander Martinenko, Vitaliy Radchenko, Inna Antipova
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has abolished the monopoly over imported gas sales held by the state gas company Naftogaz of Ukraine.
By Joanne Wheeler, Bailey Ingram, Hannah Suthren
Quarterly update summarising regulatory and legal developments from the last three months in the communications, media and satellite sectors in Europe.
By Charlie Sun
A number of tax regulations in China have recently been updated.
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