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The DNA sequencing giant Illumina is locked in a battle with the European Commission (EC) over its $7.1 billion acquisition of Grail.
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
On 22 September 2021, the EU's General Court handed down its judgment dismissing a challenge brought by Altice EuropeNV (Altice) against a "gun-jumping" fine imposed on it by the European Commission (the Commission).
There has been a battle raging for the most attractive FMCG companies in recent months, frequently leaving private equity at the back of the queue.
TMF Group BV
Despite the obvious appeal, companies entering the UK market can face complicated and disparate laws, tax brackets, other bits of red tape – and the implications of Brexit.
Wrigleys Solicitors
How can students' unions make their voice heard?
As the UK continues to remove the many restrictions on industry and people, some businesses are emerging from hibernation after a very difficult period...
Albert Goodman
In a low interest rate market, it can be difficult for savers to get excited about the prospect of managing cash savings. However, cash is a vitally important asset for both short term liquidity
We're still seeing record levels of deal activity but with growing stress across the supply chain. With Government support measures disappearing and ...
The increasing magnitude and frequency of disruptive forces is affecting organisations globally from five perspectives – economic, environmental, technological, societal and regulatory.
Mayer Brown
The Pandora Papers confirmed how attractive the UK, especially London and the South East, is for foreign property investors.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
In Blu-Sky Solutions Ltd v Be Caring Ltd [2021] EWHC 2619 (Comm) the High Court in England held that a supplier's standard terms and conditions are incorporated into a contract by reference if the contract provides that, ...
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Where a legacy under a will is left to a party that does not appear to exist, or at least cannot be identified, this can intensify what is an already traumatic experience for the deceased's loved ones.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
The Technology and Construction Court (TCC) in Quadro Services Ltd v Creagh Concrete Products Ltd [2021] EWHC 2637 (TCC) held that a claim referred to adjudication with three separate payment applications was still considered ...
Arnold & Porter
Arnold & Porter advised project and cost manager Mark G. Anderson Consultants Inc. on its acquisition of London-based property and construction consultants Robinson Low Francis LLP.
TMF Group BV
In the immortal words of Ferris Bueller, life moves pretty fast. So, too, does the mergers and acquistions (M&A) process – especially once it is publicly announced.
Berg Kaprow Lewis
Although we are all familiar with the adjective ‘self-employed', it is a logically nonsensical term: you cannot as a matter of law enter into a contract of service with yourself so as to become your own employee.
Gatehouse Chambers
This year we have been lucky enough to design and fit out our new office from scratch to coincide with a business name change (itself an act which factored our position on diversity and inclusion,...
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers
We recently examined, in Parts One, Two, Three and Four of our Practical Guide to Immigration Appeals and in First-tier Tribunal Onward Immigration Appeals – A Practical Guide...
Gowling WLG
David Lowe and Emma Carr double head a session on what to do when contracts go wrong – from the drafting of the contract, to the first signs that things might be about to turn sour.
Withers LLP
As the 2021 Charities Bill makes its passage through the House of Lords, this article examines the proposed changes regarding permanent endowment, how these might affect charity legacies, ...
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