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The European Commission has adopted a decision against Unilever's
practice of "freezer exclusivity" in Ireland. The decision relates
to Unilever's policy...
New legislation on data protection comes into force
on Wednesday 1st March 2000. The Data Protection Act 1998, whilst
not aimed solely at employers,...
The Defendant valuer valued the property in 1990 at £1.5 million.
The Plaintiff lender granted a non-status loan of 70% (£1.05
million). The borrower...
In South Australia Asset Management Corporation - v - York Montague
Limited (1996) ("SAAMCO"), the House of Lords considered three
appeals together on...
The Plaintiff cedant participated in a treaty which
was a reinsurance of the marine excess of loss account of a number
of Lloyd's syndicates.
Main contacts: Richard Taylor, David Marks, Sue Hankey and
Richard Eccles (Brussels)
Woodpulp decision reviewed
The Court of First Instance (CFI) has...
reports Simon Meredith
Following the enactment of the second Finance Act
of 1997, it would seem that UK preference share financing in its
Ban on tobacco advertising?
Opposition among European governments to an EU-wide
ban on tobacco advertising seems to be fading following
The Commission has sent an official statement of objections to the
International Group of P&I Clubs, claiming that some of their
The Commission has allowed a State aid injection of ECU 15.7bn
(£23bn) in return for the restructuring of the State-owned French
insurance group GAN.
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