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By Matthew Harvey, Stephan Smoktunowicz, Stuart Young
Finance has long played an important part in driving vehicles out of the showroom and onto the tarmac.
By Julien Monsenego
Following the informal council of finance ministers of the euro zone which was held on 16 September in Estonia...
By Kam Dhillon, Oliver Riley, John Reed
The PRIIPs Regulation (EU/2014/1286), together with the regulatory technical standards in Commission Delegated Regulation (EU/2017/653) will apply from 1 January 2018.
By Tom Price
The London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) has released a report on the costs and duration of arbitrations conducted under its rules since 2013.
By Céline Bey, Lydia Birch, Carsten Schulte
In view of the UK Supreme Court's judgment in Actavis v Eli Lilly, when will an 'equivalent' infringe as an immaterial variant?
By Salmah Ebrahim
The phrase brand and design clearance captures a whole array of things, but fundamentally refers to the checks that a company runs during the stage at which it is creating or establishing its brand and/or designs.
By Marc Crandall, Michael Crichton
This decision likely marks the end of the routine consent orders that govern the treatment of confidential documents and information during discovery.
By Hannah Beacham, Ruth Ormston
The commercial and HR issues involved in a TUPE transfer can be complex, and pensions is just one part of the puzzle.
By Hannah Beacham, Ruth Ormston
Understanding and managing all of the employment and HR consequences of a TUPE transfer can be challenging.
By Connie Cliff
Gowling WLG's employment, labour & equalities experts bring you the latest top five employment law developments that may affect your business.
By Robert Breedon, Tom Gray, Elwin Morgan
Africa's healthcare is in the midst of an innovation revolution that, as PwC say, "…is transforming Africa's economic potential, creating new target markets and unprecedented consumer choice".
By Dan Smith
The UK's children are spending more time online than they are watching television, according to an Ofcom report from late last year.
By Ailsa Carter, John Coldham
The Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 (the "Act") entered into force on 1 October 2017, introducing changes to the law in the UK regarding threats of intellectual property proceedings.
By David Aylen, Denis Kolesnikov
Much like the European Union, the EAEU is a political and economic union of five member states: Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia.
By David Aylen
On July 1, 2017 the new Law on Mirror Websites (Federal Law 156 FZ) was adopted by the State Duma.
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