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Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
The Supreme Court of Cyprus recently ruled on the applicability of the doctrine ex turpi causa non oritur actio (‘from a dishonourable cause an action does not arise'), confirming the position...
European Union
TMF Group BV
The adoption of DAC7 by the EU has resulted in a host of new due diligence and reporting requirements for the digital platforms that are driving the online economy.
Winston & Strawn LLP
After a record year in 2020 and the first semester of 2021 that was even better, the U.S. market of special purpose acquisition companies (SPAC) has been slowing down for several months.
Bristows
Bowing to industry pressure, the European Commission announced a proposal to extend the transitional periods for the In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices Regulation 2017/746, whose Date of Application is 26 May 2022.
Jersey
Carey Olsen
In an important case for trustees, protectors and beneficiaries, the Royal Court of Jersey has ruled on the scope of a protector's power to consent to or to veto a trustee's proposed...
Luxembourg
Maples Group
While certain cross-border transactions were adversely affected by the pandemic (notably due to the disruption caused to industries such as aviation, hospitality, healthcare and retail)...
Malta
Ganado Advocates
To date the primary legislation in Malta concerning whistleblowing is the Protection of the Whistleblower Act, Chapter 527 of the Laws of Malta (the ‘‘Act'').
Netherlands
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
The Dutch Advertising Code Committee (ACC) issued an important ruling on 26 August 2021. In the ruling, the ACC sets very high standards for the substantiation of CO2 neutralization claims.
Portugal
PLMJ
The legislation on pharmacies provides that any works to refurbish or extend their premises, with or without a temporary transfer of the premises, must be approved in advance by INFARMED...
Romania
Kinstellar
Government Emergency Ordinance no. 117/2021 introduces several amendments and supplements to Law No 53/2003 – the Romanian Labour Code:
Turkey
Ahmet Yum
Our professional experience is full of disputes of those who always wanted to surpass their partners, spouses and who want to...
UK
Albert Goodman
We're passionate about supporting small businesses, so we've signed up for the Prompt Payment Code. Operated by the Small Business Commisioner, becoming a signatory of the Prompt Payment Code (PPC)...
Volterra Fietta
The obligations under many oil and gas contracts have become highly onerous as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cooley LLP
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA") has recently published its final guidance on misleading green claims. The Green Claims Code ("the Code") aims to help businesses comply...
Shoosmiths
Boomers' accommodation is booming. Investors are keen on Later Living as an area with incredible demand and limited supply. So, to ensure you are talking the right lingo...
Shoosmiths
A new report has found that men have substantially more private pension wealth than women, which may pose challenges when they divorce.
Shoosmiths
TPR now has the power under section 88A of the 2004 Act to impose a fine of up to one million pounds to anyone who fails to comply with its powers and functions.
Astraea Group
Astraea Group is pleased to announce James Ramsden QC has been nominated for pro bono QC of the year in Advocate's Bar Pro Bono Awards.
Gatehouse Chambers
Faisel Sadiq speaks to Gemma de Cordova and Shey Ojedokun for the first episode in our "Proud to Be" podcast series for Black History Month.
Ogier
As we move into Q4, 2021 continues to be one of our busiest years for our dispute resolution teams. They are involved in a broad range of large, high value and complex cases, involving numerous areas of work.
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