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By Charles-Albert Helleputte, Dina Scornos, Séverine Bouvy
The digital economy is growing at a fast pace and policymakers around the globe are trying to adapt to (and adequately capture) new ways of doing trade.
By Geneviève Michaux, Mark Mansour, Christopher Mikson
Two important developments occurred in mid-November 2016 for the pharmaceutical industry in Europe: the European Commission published a revised guideline on orphan medicinal products...
By Peter Dickinson, Mark Prinsley, Guy Wilkes, Elizabeth Stern, David Beam, Alexander Behrens, LLM (UCT)
The financial services sector has always been at the forefront of innovation, from new products and services to developing new markets and harnessing new technologies.
By Alexandria Carr, Mark Compton, David Harrison, David Sahr, Lauren Smith, Guy Wilkes
Once it has triggered Article 50, the UK will have a two year window in which to negotiate its exit from the EU.
By Andrew Hepner
On 23 June 2016, UK voters decided to leave the EU.
By Mark Stefanini, Jonathan Cohen
The High Court of Justice in London has handed down a landmark decision concerning the recovery of third party funding costs in the case of Essar Oilfield Services Ltd v Norscot Rig Management PVT Ltd.
Mayer Brown would like to invite you to our next LGBT network and allies event.
By Mark Prinsley, Charles-Albert Helleputte, Guido Zeppenfeld, Rajesh De, Kendall Burman, Oliver Yaros, Daniel Gallagher, Jonathan Dack
Member States will have until 9 May 2018 to transpose the Directive into their national laws.
By Kate Ball-Dodd, Connor Cahalane, Katherine Woods
It is too early to say with any certainty what the long term impact of Brexit will be on M&A transactions involving the UK.
By David Sahr, Mark Compton, Alexandria Carr, Guy Wilkes, Alexander Behrens, LLM (UCT)
On 23 June 2016, UK voters decided to leave the European Union ("EU"). While implementation of this decision will take years, financial institutions doing business in the UK and the rest of the EU, especially those that rely on the EU "passport" for financial services, must begin to assess now the impact of Brexit on their business models
By Nicholas Robertson, Miriam Bruce
Our June Monthly Update looks at the causal connection to establish discrimination arising from disability, the impact of dismissing an employee following the actions of their spouse or family member...
By Raid Abu-Manneh, Menachem Hasofer
Please find attached the third edition of Mayer Brown's "International Arbitration Update", a bi-annual publication that summarises key events in international arbitration from the preceding six months.
By Raid Abu-Manneh, Menachem Hasofer
Please find attached the third edition of Mayer Brown's "International Arbitration Update", a bi-annual publication that summarises key events in international arbitration from the preceding six months.
By James Hill, Sandy Bhogal
Tax is collected in the UK on the basis of domestic legislation, enacted by the UK Parliament. Therefore, the UK's corporate tax code will most likely remain highly competitive and attractive for international businesses.
By Nikolay Mizulin, Edouard Gergondet
On June 23, 2016, the citizens of the UK voted to leave the EU. This unprecedented decision will have significant implications for everyone and is likely to raise complicated and novel legal issues.
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