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Anne-Laure Villedieu
23/05/2017
Changes in standard contractual clauses and adequa...
21 Jun 17
Lifesciences Webinars: Spring Series 2017
Digital health/Cybersecurity
22/05/2017
The modernisation of French law on bond issues
French law on bond issues has finally been modernised, with a simplification of its legal framework (1. ), the "cleaning up" of the provisions of the French Commercial Code relating to the masse (2. ) and the enshrinement in the French Monetary and Financial.
Walter Salamand
22/05/2017
CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre Lyon joins forces with...
20 Jun 17
Exchange of information & International Tax | STEP...
19/05/2017
Commission fines Facebook €110 million for providing false inform...
On 18 May 2018, the European Commission impose a €110 million fine on Facebook for providing misleading information during the Commission’s investigation of Facebook’s acquisition of WhatsApp in 2014.
19/05/2017
The modernisation of French law on bond issues
06 Jun 17
Understanding and Minimising Virtual Risk in Europ...
18/05/2017
Technology at the Workplace – A European Overview of Employment L...
We can no longer imagine our professional life without modern information and communication technology. As a rule, employers provide their employees with technical aids, such as smartphones or notebooks.
19/05/2017
CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre Lyon advises the found...
17/05/2017
Drastic changes in renewable energy laws trigger damages award
In an award dated 4 May 2017 (publicly available in Spanish only) issued in Eiser Infrastructure Limited and Energia Solar Luxembourg S. à. r. l v The Kingdom of Spain (ICSID Case No. ARB/13/36), an arbitral tribunal found that Spain’s legislative changes in the.
17/05/2017
Tax Connect Flash | VAT | First clarifications on...
17/05/2017
Problems applying tax treaties in Africa
The judgement of the Bordeaux Administrative Court of Appeal on 13 December 2016 highlights the harm resulting when tax is withheld at the source in contravention of the provisions of tax treaties. And yet, this is standard practice in Africa.