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A raft of new powers in the Competition Appeal Tribunal now offer innovative potential routes to compensation and redress for competition law breaches to consumers and businesses.
The UPC is coming. It will have exclusive jurisdiction over all new and existing European Patents with Unitary Effect.
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07 Oct 2015
We outline the top points for banks, building societies, investment firms and other market participants to note under the three new regimes which will apply from March 2016.
In advance of the anti-competitive conduct rules coming into full force in Hong Kong on 14 December 2015, the Competition Commission has issued for public consultation a draft leniency policy.
The summary of the new rules on whistleblowing issued by the PRA and FCA.
01 Oct 2015
Simmons & Simmons partner Philip Bartlett talks to fellow colleague Anna Shelley about changes to employment law in England and Wales in August 2015.
15 Sep 2015
Simmons & Simmons partner Thomas Adam talks to colleague Nicholas Fox about the repercussions of the European Court of Justice guidance in Huawei v ZTE.
08 Sep 2015
Simmons & Simmons partners David Neuville and Joseph Lee talk about the proposed introduction of weighted voted rights to listed companies in Hong Kong.
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