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Jean-Robert Bousquet
25/07/2016
CMS advises CBL in acquisition of SFS
CMS acts as counsel for CBL Corporation Limited in...
25 Aug
Webinar Series: Lifesciences 2016
28/07/2016
Scrapping of DECC and creation of BEIS - what does it mean for th...
On becoming Prime Minister earlier this month, one of Theresa May’s first moves was to dismantle the Department for Energy and Climate Change (“DECC”), merging it with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
Dirk Loycke
05/07/2016
CMS launches e-guide on the Battle of Forms
28/07/2016
On 13 July 2016, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) anno...
09 Jun
Annual Consumer Products Conference 2016
28/07/2016
US rules on Bitcoin (and what the EU thinks)
Bitcoin has become increasingly popular as a virtual currency. It is estimated that venture capital investments in the currency now total more than €1 billion. As Bitcoin begins to break into the mainstream, the European Parliament and a Florida court have.
28/06/2016
Shareholder Activism: A European Perspective
07 Jun
Taxation of controlled foreign companies in Russia
28/07/2016
Fraud: setting aside a compromise influenced by fraudulent missta...
On 27 July 2016, the Supreme Court handed down judgment in Hayward v Zurich Insurance Company plc. This clarifies the extent to which a party to a litigation settlement needs to have relied on fraudulent representations by the other party to be able to go behind.
20/06/2016
CMS Annual Review 2015-2016
Delivering legal expertise to transform your busin...
28/07/2016
What our clients say about our Intellectual Property practice: ht...
28/07/2016
Uber: A new challenge for employment status
Uber, the ride hailing app, has appeared in a London Employment Tribunal after two of its drivers challenged their employment status with the company. Whilst no stranger to litigation, this is the first time the employment status of Uber’s ‘driver-partners’.
10/06/2016
CMS remains on growth path: 8.4 % increase in reve...
28/07/2016
No antitrust infringement by the Professional Institute for Real...
On 29 June 2016, the Belgian Competition Authority closed its investigation into the Professional Institute for Real estate agents (“BIV”). It concluded that real estate agents are entirely free to determine their commission when selling properties.