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By Michael Huertas
As a tumultuous 2018 drew to a close, EU policymakers responsible for the direction of the Eurozone, Banking Union and Capital Markets Union issued their policy and supervisory priorities along with various action plans for 2019
By Eldor Mannopov, Bobur Shamsiev
Uzbekistan continues to undertake measures to improve its business environment and promote the country's positive image in the international arena.
By Adam Brown
On 5 February 2019, Dentons held its fourth annual workshop on investing in European renewables. Here we outline some of the key messages that emerged.
By Helena Rozman
Regular readers of our blog will be aware that the 2017 Taylor Review of Modern Employment Practices was an independent review into the issues surrounding the labour market in the UK ...
By Lisa Cruickshank, Allan Cairns
On 25 January 2019 the following Scottish Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) changes came into force:
By Laura Morrison
According to a report published on 5 February 2019 by Carers UK, we may still have some way to go to help support those who are trying to juggle work whilst also caring for their older and disabled relatives.
By Helena Rozman
"Love is in the air, everywhere I look around"!
By Emma Broad, Darren Debock, Rob Thompson, Kuljeet Bahia
On 22 January 2019 Dentons held its annual Real Estate Market Predictions event.
By Eugenie Nunes, Epke Spijkerman
De Tweede Kamer heeft dinsdag 5 februari de Wet arbeidsmarkt in balans (WAB) aangenomen. Nu de Tweede Kamer heeft ingestemd met de WAB, gaat het wetsvoorstel naar de Eerste Kamer.
By Eugenie Nunes, Epke Spijkerman
The Dutch House of Representatives adopted the Balanced Employment Market Act ("WAB") on Tuesday February 5.
By Frédéric Feyten, Ngoc-My Nguyen, Aloďs Charpenet
Article 80 of the EU VAT directive provides that member states have the discretion to take measures to combat VAT fraud or evasion.
By Stephen Shergold, Sam Boileau, Laura Mackett
If there is a hard Brexit on 29 March 2019, the regulation of chemicals in the UK will separate from the EU REACH regime.
By Michael Huertas
We hope you're having a good start to what is already looking like a busy 2019. With the clock ticking down, Westminster has voted to send Theresa May back to Brussels to ask ...
By Claire McKee
The claimants in the long-running equal pay saga against supermarket household name Asda secured another positive step forward with the Court of Appeal (CoA) finding last week
By Aggie Salt
In the recent case of Lamb v. The Garrard Academy the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered at what point employers have a duty to make reasonable adjustments under the Equality Act 2010
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