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Commission payments to overseas agents
This bill which is expected to become law within a
matter of weeks will make it a criminal offence for a UK company...
With the EU Council's formal adoption on 8th October 2001 of the
Regulation on the Statute for a European Company, together with a
In July, the European Commission published its
"Communication on European Contract Law" (COM(2001) 398). The
Communication is aimed at launching a debate...
On Monday 10th September the Government finally published its long
awaited consultation paper on the new TUPE regulations. The changes
On 4 July this year the European Parliament rejected the European
Union's proposed Thirteenth Directive on company law concerning
takeover bids. The...
HSC guidance on Directors' responsibilities for health and
This guidance document has recently been published
by the HSE, in a form somewhat...
Inland Revenue Statement of Practice 5/85 makes it clear that a
taxpayer may treat a partition of a company as a reconstruction so
that advantage can...
The Government published its Competition White Paper setting out
proposals to reform the UK merger and monopoly review regimes on 31
When a dispute arises between contracting parties,
it often relates to something not contained in the contract itself
but which was said by one or other...
On Wednesday 18th July 2001, the DTI held a seminar to consider the
impact on business of a proposed EU regulation on the choice of
law rules for non-contractual...
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