Mondaq UK: International Law
Mayer Brown
Last week's series of Brexit votes in Parliament could mark a profound shift in the trajectory of the UK's exit from the EU
STA Law Firm
When participating in international trade as an exporter, a Certificate of Origin (CO) is often required by the importing country. A CO certifies and declares the countries involved in the production
Anderson Strathern LLP
There is potential for winners and losers from the revised tariffs, which are intended to be temporary.
Matheson
The EU is introducing a new set of rules designed to protect its interests in strategic sectors while remaining open for investment as the world's largest single market.
Marks & Clerk
January saw a trade agreement signed in Santiago between Chile and the UK. This will be welcome news for the wine industry both in the UK and in Chile ...
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
Over the last 12 months Squire Patton Boggs have been involved in video interviews and roundtable meetings with experts from our global network of business leaders ...
Gowling WLG
The UK Government is in the process of introducing new legislation in relation to customs, VAT and excise in the event that there is a "no deal" Brexit.
Anderson Strathern LLP
‘Be careful what you wish for' is often said to be an ancient Chinese proverb and, as we enter the Year of the Pig ...
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The timing of strategic steps may significantly impact the balance of power between parties and can make or break a case.
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
Goldman Sachs has said that it does not believe that either the facts of the case or the law justify charges being brought against it.
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
A UK financial institution agreed to settle U.S. Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC") charges that it violated United States sanctions imposed on a number of countries.
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Goldman Sachs £34,344,700 for failing to submit accurate data relating to more than 200 million transactions over almost ten years.
Clyde & Co
The commodities industry faces a difficult year ahead with an ever changing political landscape, a US - China trade war and the introduction of innovative technology: this will present new challenges,
Clyde & Co
The fine was reduced by 50 percent from GBP10,000 due to disclosure by Raphaels Bank to, and its cooperation with, OFSI.
Mayer Brown
Prior to April 2017, violations of financial sanctions in the UK were a matter of criminal law only.
Kemp IT Law
Welcome to the first of two vlogs summarising some of the key points addressed in the EU's proposed new directive on copyright in the digital single market.
J A Kemp
On 28 May 2018 the European Commission published a proposal for a change in the law which would permit third parties to manufacture a medicinal product protected by a Supplementary Protection Certificate
Gowling WLG
The UK's export licensing authority has published a new Open General Export Licence for the export of dual use goods to the EU which will come into force on 29 March 2019 in event of a no deal Brexit.
Gowling WLG
The EU Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (the "EPA"), comes into force today, 1 February 2019.
Withers LLP
In February 2019, the European Parliament approved two landmark trade and investment agreements between the European Union (the "EU") and Singapore.
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Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The timing of strategic steps may significantly impact the balance of power between parties and can make or break a case.
STA Law Firm
When participating in international trade as an exporter, a Certificate of Origin (CO) is often required by the importing country. A CO certifies and declares the countries involved in the production
Gowling WLG
We have previously reported on what Brexit, and in particular what the departure of the UK from the European Atomic Energy Community ("Euratom") may mean for the British nuclear sector.
Clyde & Co
Since our last edition of In-Short, geopolitics have continued to generate uncertainty in the commodities markets: important differences ...
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
Standard Chartered has been ordered to pay a total of $1.1 billion by US and UK authorities to settle allegations of poor money laundering controls and sanctions breaching.
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
Goldman Sachs has said that it does not believe that either the facts of the case or the law justify charges being brought against it.
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
A UK financial institution agreed to settle U.S. Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC") charges that it violated United States sanctions imposed on a number of countries.
Mayer Brown
Last week's series of Brexit votes in Parliament could mark a profound shift in the trajectory of the UK's exit from the EU
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Goldman Sachs £34,344,700 for failing to submit accurate data relating to more than 200 million transactions over almost ten years.
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