The regulation represents yet another attempt by a state to work around the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Quill Corp v. North Dakota.
The Court of First Instance’s decision has important implications for directors of listed companies when failing to act in the best interests of the company.
The EU Court of Justice's decision to refer the Intel case back to the General Court highlights the role of an economics based approach in determining whether exclusivity rebates breach competition law.
This article examines the Department for Digital, Cultural, Media & Sport's proposed Cyber Security Directive.
The Financial Report offers financial news from the Americas, Asia Pacific and Europe.
In recent years personal injury solicitors have been inundated with file requests and pre-action claims, alleging the negligent under-settlement of cases. This article examines the trend.
This article assesses the recent decision in C-248/16 Austria Asphalt v Bundeskartellanwalt.
The government published the Data Protection Bill on 14 September 2017, which will implement and supplement the General Data Protection Regulation in the UK.
This briefing highlights the key areas.
Often used in response to major hurricanes, the SPR remains a strategic asset to protect against disruption in US crude oil supplies, as this briefing explains.
Within the US – and California particularly – a large number of reputable, experienced contractors are banding together to pitch and win construction contracts on trophy properties.
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