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This report draws on the views of more than 150 deal participants - including c-suite executives, lawyers and corporate financiers - on their recent experiences of doing deals, including the areas that cause difficulty and disagreement, to establish what constitutes accepted market practice.
Law Firm: Grant Thornton | Published: 21 October 2016 | Practice Area: Sale and Supply of Goods and Services
The US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control and the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security have issued new amendments to the Cuban Assets Control Regulations and Export Administration Regulations.
Law Firm: Reed Smith | Published: 21 October 2016 | Practice Area: Central Government
Online fashion and beauty retailer Asos is paying over £20 million to cycle wear manufacturer Assos of Switzerland and German menswear retailer, Anson's Herrenhaus, to settle ongoing trade mark disputes between the companies.
Law Firm: Gowling WLG | Published: 20 October 2016 | Practice Area: Trademarks
Monarch secured an extension to its ATOL licence following in-depth negotiations with the CAA and a £165 million injection of capital from its major shareholder, Greybull Capital. DLA Piper looks at its prospects.
Law Firm: DLA Piper | Published: 19 October 2016 | Practice Area: Air
In the wake of recent high profile cases such as BHS and Sports Direct, there are a growing number of calls for changes to the corporate governance regime for large private companies.
Law Firm: Bond Dickinson | Published: 19 October 2016 | Practice Area: Corporate
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) recently consulted on proposed changes to the SRA Accounts Rules. This document, which contains Grant Thornton's response to the consultation, looks at the positive outcomes stemming from the consultation and the key concerns which require further review.
Law Firm: Grant Thornton | Published: 17 October 2016 | Practice Area: Consumer Protection
Last month, Specsavers secured acceptance for the sign SHOULD'VE as a registered trade mark in the UK following an unexpected decision by the UK Intellectual Property Office.
Law Firm: Shoosmiths | Published: 05 October 2016 | Practice Area: Intellectual Property
This DLA Piper bulletin rounds up all the latest news in fashion, retail and design. The focus for this edition is the European Union trademark reform, which is the most significant reform since the introduction of the Community trademark system in 1996.
Law Firm: DLA Piper | Published: 21 September 2016 | Practice Area: Agency, Distribution and Franchising
In recent years, firms have embraced the use of onshore shared service centres to cut costs and boost efficiency. This report aims to help firm leaders to develop a business case for ‘onshoring’, reviewing the range of setups currently being used by firms and evaluating the potential cost savings...view abstract
Law Firm: ALM | Published: 16 September 2016 | Practice Area: Outsourcing
Sports Direct has announced it will offer directly employed casual staff a guaranteed 12 hours of work per week, instead of zero hours contracts, in response to the intense scrutiny of its employment practices by the press and shareholders.
Law Firm: Shoosmiths | Published: 14 September 2016 | Practice Area: Employment
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