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Herbert Smith Freehills
Today, the European Commission issued a press release setting out a recommendation to the European Council to begin negotiations on the future relationship with the UK
Ropes & Gray LLP
One of the many unanswered questions associated with the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union on 31 January 2020 is the future use of sanctions
Herbert Smith Freehills
The European Commission has started a debate with the Member States on the shape of the Union's future trade relationship with the UK and has made its views public in a series of slides.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Brexit now seems inevitable on 31 January 2020 but that is only the beginning of the process of defining a new relationship between the UK and the EU.
UK
DLA Piper
In a world of increasingly long, international and interdependent supply chains, the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
In response to the evolving challenges facing the shipping industry in 2019, BIMCO has released new standard sanctions clauses for time and voyage charter parties.
Clyde & Co
This is the first post in a series which considers the future of the United Kingdom's sanctions policy following its withdrawal from the European Union.
BCL Solicitors LLP
As with many of Britain's post-Brexit policies, the details of the government's plans for a Magnitsky sanctions regime remain unclear.
DLA Piper
The outbreak of the Wuhan novel coronavirus COVID-19 has caused, and continues to cause, great uncertainty for organisations operating in the region as well as businesses around the world that rely on China for trade.
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
The UK government announces priorities for Free Trade Agreement negotiations and opens consultation on UK tariff schedule for countries with which it does not have an FTA.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
Brexit has happened. The United Kingdom is no longer part of the European Union or the European Economic Area. But in the short term, nothing really changes.
Herbert Smith Freehills
In a recent decision, the Chief Master found that an order requiring a defendant to make any application for strike out by a certain time did not contain an implied sanction
STA Law Firm
The United Kingdom (UK) has long been a key player in the global import and export business, since the era of colonization.
DAC Beachcroft LLP
In the light of changes in the market conditions and legal framework in China, the insurance industry has an opportunity to engage ...
Worldwide
DLA Piper
While we all were celebrating the New Year's, January 1, 2020 quietly ushered in a new trade agreement for the United States. The "Trade Agreement between the United States of America and Japan"
Hogan Lovells
Maintaining a robust sanctions compliance program requires vigilance and responsiveness to updated standards set by regulators.
Hogan Lovells
This development is important as the EU could well decide to reinstate sanctions against Iran if the deal cannot be salvaged.
Dentons
When the Iran nuclear deal came into effect in January 2016, ushering in the sanctions relief, a much discussed element was the "snapback" mechanism.
Ocorian
Ahead of the UK-Africa Investment Summit on 20 January and as the UK seeks to boost economic links with Africa after Brexit, Directors John Félicité and Raju Jaddoo take a timely
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
On 14 January 2020, the UK, France and Germany (the "E3") triggered the dispute resolution mechanism under...
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