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Ted Rhodes
February 2017
Latin America Quarterly Energy Update
09 Mar 17
The New Law on Antitrust Damages Actions – What Do...
22/02/2017
Hungary: New legislation on radio equipment
Hungary: New legislation on radio equipment The Hungarian Media and Infocommunications Authority recently issued Decree No. 2/2017 (I. 17) on radio equipment (the “New Regulation”) which was needed to comply with EU harmonisation requirements under Directive.
Jaime Almenar
09/02/2017
CMS wins a number of Client Choice Awards 2017 acr...
21/02/2017
The asset finance market in the Middle East has seen increasing u...
03 Mar 17
Energy: Geopolitical and Security Risks
22/02/2017
FCA consults on illiquid assets held by open-ended funds
The FCA is consulting on the future of illiquid assets and open-ended investment funds (Discussion Paper 17/1).   This follows the well-publicised suspension of redemptions by open-ended property funds in the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum.
07/02/2017
Shariah compliant Asset Finance brochure
01 Mar 17
CMS Commercial webinar: Abusive Buying Power
22/02/2017
Two large fines following worker fatalities
Two companies have received large fines within days of each other after the death of two workers in separate incidents. These sentences form the latest in a growing trend of high fines catalysed by the Health and safety offences, corporate manslaughter and.
31/01/2017
CMS advises capiton on the acquisition of a majori...
21/02/2017
Our corporate and employment teams have joined forces to help you...
22/02/2017
Avoiding the "death spiral": High Court finds for MasterCard in i...
MasterCard has prevailed in ten High Court actions (heard together) brought against it by UK high street retailers, in the latest instalment of the multilateral interchange fee (“MIF”) litigation. In a judgment of 30 January 2017, the High Court found that.
25/01/2017
Emerging Europe M&A Report 2016/17
22/02/2017
TCC guidance on representative defect claims
A recent TCC decision has provided guidance on the bringing of representative defect claims based on sample evidence and expert statistical analysis. This appears to be the first time the TCC has considered the use of statistical evidence to support such claims.