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One London Wall
By Michael Lewis
MiFID II, which has been more than 7 years in the making, was brought into force on 3 January 2018.
By Paul Gardner
VGTR has been available in the UK from 1 April 2014 for games that are culturally British and developed by British companies (even foreign-owned, can make this instrument very interesting beyond the UK).
By Alison Whitelam
The CIL is a standard charge to be levied on new developments. Its purpose is to fund infrastructure to support the increase in housing identified as being required, most recently in the Housing Green Paper.
By Katherine Kirrage
The Bundeskartellamt had abused their dominant position by entering into anti-competitive discount agreements for television advertising with advertising agencies.
By John Redmond
A client from another European jurisdiction recently commented that now that he had appointed an arbitrator in a substantial Uncitral arbitration involving a complex construction dispute, there would be no need for further legal representation.
By Karen Cooper
There are some important deadlines looming for companies which operate share schemes. In brief:
By John Redmond
Construction lawyers in the United Kingdom are very proud of the fact that most innovative developments in the dispute resolution world seem to originate in the world of construction. Civil court procedures in England now incorporate many practices that were once exclusively found in the Official Referees' (now the Technology and Construction) Court in London.