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Clyde & Co
CJEU rules that national courts can adopt legislation banning Lloyd's syndicates from tendering in certain circumstances.
Clyde & Co
The European Commission has recently published its latest procurement initiative: "Making Public Procurement work in and for Europe".
Clyde & Co
While Brexit negotiations proceed into phase 2, industry is already thinking ahead to ensure that, whatever the outcome, business is as ready as possible for any change.
Stewarts
A new weapon in the war on dirty money has attracted much press attention and legal commentary recently – the Unexplained Wealth Order.
Withers LLP
In 2016/2017 enforcement agencies in the UK confiscated ฃ201million from criminals using their existing powers to locate and recover the proceeds of crime.
Clyde & Co
A failure to spell out the consequence of failing a pass/ fail criterion in an Invitation to Tender ("ITT") may mean that an authority cannot reject a tender which fails the criteria.
Brodies LLP
The Adults with Incapacity Act (Scotland) 2000 sets out the current statutory framework for safeguarding the welfare and managing the finances and property of adults lacking capacity to make those decisions themselves.
Brodies LLP
The rules governing expenses (costs) in lower value simple procedure actions in the sheriff court are, on the face of it, straightforward.
Clyde & Co
Businesses and organisations that engage with either the Scottish Government or Members of the Scottish Parliament will be required to comply with the new requirements of the Lobbying (Scotland) Act from 12 March 2018.
Travers Smith LLP
Two significant Brexit-related court cases were decided last week. On 6 February, the Court of Session in Edinburgh rejected the case on whether Britain could unilaterally withdraw its Article 50 notice.
Brodies LLP
Lobbying is an important part of our democratic process and can take many forms. The Scottish Parliament has taken action to ensure that when lobbying takes place it is transparent.
Clyde & Co
The High Court has ruled that, in certain circumstances, a non-party to procurement litigation can be liable for some or all of the challenger's costs of bringing the claim.
Clyde & Co
On Monday 29th January 2018, the European Union issued its agreed negotiation guidelines for a proposed temporary 21 month transition period after the UK's 'exit day' in March 2019.
Travers Smith LLP
The European Council has agreed its negotiating mandate for the European Commission in the next round of Brexit negotiations, which is expected to focus on transitional arrangements in the period immediately after...
Withers LLP
On January 19, 2018, the U.S. government extended for a six-year period (with minimal changes) the application of Section 702 of the FISA, which was due to expire January 2018.
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
The Treasury is concerned about accountants being used by money launderers. In its second national risk assessment (NRA) of money laundering and terrorist financing in the UK ...
Mishcon de Reya
The Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill began its report stage in the House of Lords on 15 January 2018.
Gowling WLG
The second reading of the Trade Bill took place on 9 January 2018. The Bill provides powers for the UK to join the Government Procurement Agreement ("GPA")...
Gowling WLG
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill (the 'EUWB') will bring about the most fundamental change to the UK's legal framework since the European Communities Act 1972 that it seeks to repeal.
Clyde & Co
In 2016, JCT introduced its latest suite of contracts to the industry. In 2017, NEC and FIDIC followed suit, with NEC publishing its NEC4 suite of contracts and FIDIC publishing its 2017 editions of the Yellow, Red and Silver Books. In this feature, we take a look at the key changes that users of these international forms need to be aware of.
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Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The Regulation must first be formally adopted by the Council, and signed by the Presidency of the Council and the President of the European Parliament, before becoming legally binding.
Clyde & Co
We are pleased to present our "Year in review" for 2017, a Clyde & Co guide which sets out legal developments in the construction and infrastructure sector globally over the past 12 months, as well as insights into what you need to be aware of in 2018.
Mishcon de Reya
After an eventful 2017, the year ahead will unlikely be dull on the United Kingdom's anti-money laundering (AML) scene.
Fenwick Elliott LLP
On 12 - 13 October 2017 the European International Contractors ("EIC") met in Paris to discuss the Global Infrastructure Funding Gap.
Jersey Finance Limited
Jersey Government Brexit business survey.
Baker & McKenzie
The ESAs' supervisory expectations may also be of interest to those providers of online or other innovative CDD solutions.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
There is much for authorised firms to consider in the year ahead.
WilmerHale
On 17 January 2018, the House of Lords voted against an amendment to the proposed Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill that sought to create a publicly accessible register of the beneficial ownership...
Brodies LLP
The Adults with Incapacity Act (Scotland) 2000 sets out the current statutory framework for safeguarding the welfare and managing the finances and property of adults lacking capacity to make those decisions themselves.
Travers Smith LLP
Two significant Brexit-related court cases were decided last week. On 6 February, the Court of Session in Edinburgh rejected the case on whether Britain could unilaterally withdraw its Article 50 notice.
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