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Consent not to be "unreasonably withheld"
The Court of Appeal has had cause to consider in
the context of a commercial contract the meaning of a clause...
The Commission has issued a new Notice on agreements of minor
importance (the "de minimis" rules). As a result, many agreements
between smaller companies...
Procedural improvements - quicker, easier, again
For some years the Patents court has been
streamlining and speeding up its procedure under the twin...
In the Spring issue of Cameron Markby Hewitt's "Property Update" we
looked at the important case of R v Warwickshire County Council ex
p Powergen Plc...
Two agreements have been signed between the EU and Israel on
procurement by telecommunications operators and on government
procurement. The telecoms...
The Commission has tabled a draft competition agreement between the
EU and the US which should prevent the duplication of competition
The Commission has published a draft Notice explaining how it
applies the concept of relevant product and geographic markets for
the purposes of EC competition...
EU customs deal with Turkey
Strains have emerged in the customs agreement
between Turkey and the EU. Turkey thinks that the Union has not
The Commission has decided that Germany's plans to extend
investment allowance and special depreciation schemes to West
Berlin amounts to unlawful State...
Main contacts: Richard Taylor, David Marks, Sue Hankey and
Richard Eccles (Brussels)
Woodpulp decision reviewed
The Court of First Instance (CFI) has...
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