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Kai Neuhaus, LL.M.
E-Commerce Sector Inquiry
Preliminary report published
25 Nov 16
CMS TMC Conference 2016
Intervention, Innovation and Disruption in an Inte...
Oktoberfest celebration - not in Munich, but in our new office in...
No compensation owed to owner/occupiers prior to grant of wayleav...
Disputes arising from the grant of necessary wayleaves are not often the subject of reported cases, but the Court of Session in Edinburgh recently issued a decision confirming that owners or occupiers of land are not entitled to compensation for the period.
Simon Johnston
CMS Real Estate Finance Guide
20 Oct 16
Webinar Series: Lifesciences 2016
Modern slavery transparency requirements: Ignore at your peril
The Modern Slavery Act has now been in force for a year with the introduction of section 54 relating to transparency in supply chains nearing its anniversary too. Modern slavery remains high on the government’s agenda with the Prime Minister emphasising the.
Partner interview
Ted Rhodes, Partner, CMS Rio de Janeiro, Energy
18 Oct 16
Webinar: European covered bond market: covered all...
Read more about International trade with non-EU countries – the U...
Rail Industry Leaders fuel the way forward for Scotland’s railway...
On Friday 23 September, the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) published a report setting out its vision for the future of Scotland’s railways called “Investing in the Future: Choices for Scotland’s Railways 2019 and beyond”.
Energy disputes heat up as oil and commodities pri...
16 Oct 16
ACC 2016 Annual Meeting
Association of Corporate Counsel
Standard employment contracts may only require declarations in “t...
Starting from 1 October 2016 stricter statutory provisions apply to standard business terms. Employers must revise their standard employment contracts or face possible disadvantages during court disputes.
Partner interview
David Butts, Partner, CMS Sofia, Lifesciences
Is the EU reform of the copyright law heading in the right direct...