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DWF conducted a public survey and participated in a panel discussion on the issue at the recent Conservative Party Conference.
The European Commission's decision to fine Google €2.42 billion for breach of EU competition law is significant for Google – but also exposes failings in the Commission's processes.
This article considers the question of what constitutes "goods" for the purposes of the Commercial Agents (Council) Directive 1993 (the "Regulations"). This is important because agents who promote a principal's goods benefit from the protections of the Regulations (including the right to post-termination payments) and those who promote services are not.
The European Commission has granted State aid approval for an award of €53m (£45m) public funding to install a network of electric vehicle charging points in Romania. The decision will be of interest to Governments looking to introduce measures to support the transformation of the automotive sector and also to Local Authorities taking action to address the climate emergency in their specific territories.
Jonathan Branton, Head of EU/Competition at DWF, comments on the issues regarding State Aid and Competition following Boris Johnson's speech this morning on EU negotiations:
On 1 January 2020, the global cap on allowable sulphur oxides (SOx) content in bunker fuel reduced from 3.50% m/m (by mass) to 0.50% m/m pursuant to Regulation 14.1.3 of Annex VI of the International Maritime Organization's (IMO's) International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships ("IMO 2020").
LexisNexis Middle East’s Head of Publishing, Hussain Hadi, took time out at the Qatar Business Law Forum to chat with Kirk Durrant, Managing Partner at DWF’s Qatar office. They discussed DWF’s recent establishment and growth in Qatar, how the practice of law is changing and the role of AI.
The 'United Kingdom Shared Prosperity Fund' ("UKSPF") is expected to be the major UK Government regeneration fund of the 2020s, replacing EU funds after Brexit. These FAQs provide information on the key points of the UKSPF and shall be updated by DWF as the fund develops.
DWF's Data Protection team set out your 10 Data New Year's Resolutions to help you deal with the ever-evolving world of data protection in 2020!
DWF (Middle East) LLP in conjunction with Alvarez & Marsal and Thomson Reuters hosted the second session of their Restructuring and Insolvency Breakfast Series on Monday 4 November 2019 which focused on Developing Claims and Seeking Recoveries in Distressed Situations.
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