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By Stephen Shergold, Sam Boileau
On Friday 29 March the government issued the latest update to its "no deal" guidance on the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS).
By Sara Biglieri
Ieri il Senato ha definitivamente approvato il disegno di legge n. 844 e cosě la disciplina della nuova azione di classe č divenuta legge dello Stato.
By George Fellows
The appellant in the recent case of Radia v Jeffries International Limited, Mr Radia, was a Managing Director of a regulated financial services company.
By Michelle Lamb
The Court of Appeal's decision in the case of North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust v. Gregg [2019] EWCA Civ 387 brings some welcome reassurance to employers ...
By Giangiacomo Olivi, Sara Massalongo
Blockchain and other distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) are among the most discussed topics today.
By Kuif Klein Wassink, Tim Mosk
In this recent study, research groups Rhodium Group and MERICS confirm earlier reports that Chinese investments in Europe have been declining in 2017 and 2018.
By George Fellows
In The Governing Body of Tywyn Primary v. Mr M Aplin UKEAT/0298/17/LA the EAT held that the adverse treatment of a gay ...
By Justin Hill
Quantum computers are no longer in the realms of science fiction. But how are they different from classical computers?
By Emma Broad, Laura Gowing, David Payton
On 19 March 2019 the Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee (Committee) issued its report on leasehold reform (Report).
By Alexander Hewitt
Receivables financiers, lenders taking security assignments over contractual rights, participants in the secondary loan market and others have an interest in:
By Catriona Lloyd, Matthew Sapte, Catherine Astruc
In our December 2017 article What now for LIBOR in finance documents?, we considered the initial reaction of regulators, industry bodies and market participants to the prospect that LIBOR might no longer exist after 2021.
By Katharine Harle
This note gives fuller background on this issue.
By Nick Chandler, Paul Holland, Serge Sergiou
In recent years, the traditionally limited pool of lenders into JOLCOs has widened, from consisting mainly of Japanese banks and the Tokyo branches of non-Japanese banks, to include overseas lenders from...
By Mark Price
Delivering on the announcement in the Autumn Budget, HMRC issued its consultation "Protecting your taxes in insolvency" on 26 February 2019.
By Mateusz Toczyski, Tomasz Zwoliński, Jarosław Bełdowski
The New Law will replace in full the current Law of 7 July 1994 on export insurance guaranteed by the State Treasury.
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