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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
29/07/2016
Romanian FSA withdraws Carpatica Asig SA’s licence and commences...
On 27 July 2016, the Board of the Romanian Financial Supervisory Authority (“FSA”) analysed the status of the Romanian insurance undertaking Carpatica Asig SA, considering several audit and assessment reports.
Dirk Loycke
05/07/2016
CMS launches e-guide on the Battle of Forms
09 Jun
Annual Consumer Products Conference 2016
29/07/2016
Ukraine: National Bank continues to liberalise capital controls
On 28 July 2016, the National Bank of Ukraine (the “NBU”) issued Regulation No. 361 (“Regulation No. 361”) amending certain existing NBU’s Regulations. Regulation No. 361 is part of the on-going liberalisation of capital controls by the NBU ultimately aimed.
28/06/2016
Shareholder Activism: A European Perspective
07 Jun
Taxation of controlled foreign companies in Russia
29/07/2016
In May 2016, Members of the European Parliament voted in favour o...
29/07/2016
UKCS - 29th Licensing Round Launched
The UK’s Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has launched the 29th Offshore Licensing Round (29th Round), with 1,261 blocks on offer to support OGA’s objective of maximising economic recovery (MER) from the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS).
20/06/2016
CMS Annual Review 2015-2016
Delivering legal expertise to transform your busin...
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.
10/06/2016
CMS remains on growth path: 8.4 % increase in reve...
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.