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François Tenailleau
19/09/2016
CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre advises French Educati...
18 Oct 16
Webinar: European covered bond market: covered all...
27/09/2016
EU reform of copyright law: heading in the right direction?
Two roads diverged in a wood, perhaps the Commission favoured the one most travelled. The European Commission, within the framework of its ‘Digital Single Market’ strategy, has recently launched a few proposals hoping to adapt the existing copyright regime.
Christophe Lefaillet
12/09/2016
CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre advises NGE on merger...
17 Oct 16
Africa Islamic Finance Forum
20/09/2016
When the Dust Settles: Cross-border restructuring and insolvency...
As the dust begins to settle after the EU referendum and the potential ramifications of Brexit continue to be digested, we examine the potential impact of Brexit on the UK cross-border restructuring and insolvency regime and its consequences for the UK’s reputation.
06/09/2016
CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre advises AXA on the sal...
05 Oct 16
Webinar: Brexit Management Intellectual Property
An EU and UK perspective
19/09/2016
CJEU clarifies criteria for recovering lawyers’ fees in IP disput...
In its decision of 28 July 2016, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) clarified that at least a significant and appropriate part of the reasonable costs incurred by the successful party must be reimbursed by the unsuccessful party in IP litigation.
01-09-2016
CMS opens office in Hong Kong
15 Jun 16
STEP Israel Annual Conference
14/09/2016
What future for environment taxes?
On 6th September 2016 the European Environment Agency, an agency of the European Union tasked to provide “sound, independent information on the environment” published a report on Environmental taxation and EU environmental policies.
01/09/2016
CMS - Where to find us
09 Jun 16
France Cross border tax issues for Andorran tax r...
14/09/2016
To hyperlink or not? Posting a hyperlink can infringe copyrights
On 8 September, the Court of Justice (“CJEU”) in the GS Media BV v. Sanoma Media a. o. case (C-160-15), within the framework of a preliminary ruling requested by the Supreme Court of the Netherlands, held that GS Media, by posting hyperlinks that give access.