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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
25/07/2016
Import Substitution in Russia - Pharmaceuticals
Regulations The pharmaceuticals market is one of the main targets of the new import substitution policy in Russia. This is vectored by the 2013-2020 programme of the Russian Federation for the development of the pharmaceutical and medical technology industries.
Dirk Loycke
05/07/2016
CMS launches e-guide on the Battle of Forms
09 Jun
Annual Consumer Products Conference 2016
25/07/2016
New concept of water resources management in Poland
The Polish government is currently struggling to reform the national regulations on the management of water resources, called the Water Law. The Polish authorities are under pressure, as Poland recently lost a case in the European Court of Justice in which.
28/06/2016
Shareholder Activism: A European Perspective
07 Jun
Taxation of controlled foreign companies in Russia
25/07/2016
IP Developments in China - April 2016 – June 2016
Bringing you regular news of key developments in the area of Intellectual Property in China. Patents Technical Investigator used for first time in patent case, 16 June 2016 The Supreme People’s Court (the “SPC”) has for the first time used a technical investigator.
20/06/2016
CMS Annual Review 2015-2016
Delivering legal expertise to transform your busin...
22/07/2016
Yesterday the European Commission published a short Communication...
25/07/2016
Romanian Competition Council Adopts Guidelines on Anti-Competitiv...
The Romanian Competition Council (the “RCC”) recently published new guidelines on detecting and preventing anti-competitive practices in public procurement procedures (the “Guidelines”). The issuance of the Guidelines is further evidence of the RCC’s focus.
10/06/2016
CMS remains on growth path: 8.4 % increase in reve...
25/07/2016
Online seller admits infringing competition law
On 21 July 2016, the UK Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) settled a case against an online retailer of posters and frames in connection with a new probe into online sales, after the retailer admitted to using ‘automated repricing software’ to avoid.