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The Commission has published a draft Directive which aims to
simplify the marketing of telecommunications terminal equipment
throughout the EU. Telecommunications...
Mark Nichols looks at the first few weeks of the new Labour
One of the key themes to arise out of Gordon
Brown's first Budget is the attitude...
All change at Westminster and Tower Hill
The 1st May saw not only a new Government sweeping to power but
also the merger of Cameron Markby Hewitt and...
The Commission has stated that it will soon table a Proposal to
reduce late payments in Europe.
Long payment periods have detrimental cash-flow
Internal Market Commissioner Mario Monti has been trying to revive
the interest of industry and the Member States in the European
Company Statute. The...
The London Takeover Panel has relinquished its right to regulate
offers for Irish companies in favour of the new Irish Takeover
by Christopher St John Smith
This piece of legislation has been awaited with
some interest by those financiers who wish to fund projects under
This is another point that comes before the court on a fairly
regular basis and did so recently in the case of Lambert v West
Devon Borough Council (1997)....
Contaminated Land Regime - latest news
Pamela Castle reviews progress
We have been in contact with an official from the
Contaminated Land Unit at the...
The House of Lords has finally settled a long-running controversy
over the nature of fixed charges on deposits. In Morris v.
Agrichemicals Limited the...
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