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CMS announces revenue of EUR 999m for 2016
28 Jun 17
Webinar: commercial contracts from a litigator’s p...
We at CMS have now been welcoming investors to Russia for 25 year...
European Commission investigates potential excessive pricing of l...
On 15 May 2017, the European Commission opened a formal investigation into the pricing of medicines. [1] The Commission is investigating whether Aspen Pharma has been imposing excessive pricing that constitutes an abuse of dominant position in violation of European.
Barney Hearnden
Shareholder Activism: A European Perspective
CMS lawyers create new point of law concerning instant dismissal
A Dutch court of appeal has recently ruled that a subdistrict court wrongly nullified an employer’s instant dismissal of an employee. The employee was dismissed on 7 October 2015 for the theft of three books.
CMS Guide to offshore wind in Northern Europe
Brexit one year on: Financial services
Since the Brexit referendum, the UK’s financial services sector has moved relatively quickly to close out the risks to its business and clients. In stark contrast there has been little, if any, progress (despite much debate) in clarifying what will happen to.
Guide to the EU public procurement rules
Pricing determination of medical devices in the Czech Republic de...
The Czech Constitutional Court (“the Court”) struck down the procedure for determining insurance reimbursement amounts for medical devices on 7 June 2017, rendering it ineffective as of 1 January 2019.
Dr. Andreas Otto
June 2017
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Today, CMS announced its financial results for 2016. Read more: h...
Brexit one year on: Telecoms
The telecommunications regulatory regime in the UK is based predominantly on EU Directives which were written with the aim of achieving an EU-wide consistent communication regime. In the UK these EU Directives are implemented into law via the Communications.
CMS advises Sunrise on the sale of Swiss Towers AG