For the last 15 years, we have advised companies doing business in the United States and the European Union about the importance of the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor—the framework designed to ensure that U.S. companies are providing “adequate” privacy protection under the EU’s Data Protection Directive.
Data privacy in the European Union is a hot topic at the moment.
The prospectus exempt rights offering regime will be significantly revised to address concerns that it is too expensive and time consuming.
After sweeping to power in the May General Election, and given the Labour Party’s giant lurch to the left of the political spectrum, the present Conservative government has generally sought to take up the centre ground of British politics.
Our China lawyers love liquidated damages provisions (a/k/a contract damage provisions).
Some of the best advice I ever received was from a professor who told my law school class to “knock off the legal mumbo-jumbo” and just speak plainly, so people can understand you.
On October 9, 2015 the Ryedale District Council (RDC) voted in favor of a five year moratorium on fracking.
The declaration in June of this year by Puerto Rico’s Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla that the island’s $72 billion in debt was “not payable” was not only a warning to its creditors but also aimed at leaders in Washington who could determine whether Puerto Rico’s finances can be stabilized.
In the face of low commodity prices and concerns about China’s economic health, Kenya and Nigeria are turning to their own citizens — both home and abroad — as an alternative source of financing.
There has been published on the legislation.gov.uk website the Transparency Regulations 2015 (the Regulations) together with an explanatory memorandum.