IP - Brexit Qs and As
I. What are the immediate effects of the Brexit referendum on my intellectual property rights? The UK is at the moment still a member of the EU and has not yet officially filed to leave it. This means that all EU regulations are still effective.
CMS launches e-guide on energy storage
Energy storage offers a range of opportunities for standalone developers, generators, network operators and consumers (ranging from large energy users through to domestic consumers) and other electricity sector participants and is an increasing focus due to.
Transparency law update – 10 May 2016
The Luxembourg transparency law was recently amended: its scope has been widened, new requirements have been added and existing rules have been revised. The following changes merit particular attention: Securities issuers will now fall under the scope.
Mitigated sentences in the LuxLeaks trial: suspended prison sentences after a guilty verdict
On 29 June 2016, the 12th chamber of the Criminal Court of Luxembourg found two former employees of PricewaterhouseCoopers (“PwC”), Antoine Deltour and Raphaël Halet, guilty of breaching secrecy laws by stealing 30,000 confidential tax files relating to some.
EU Anti Tax Avoidance Directive: Impact on Investment Funds
EU Member States recently reached an agreement on the EU Anti Tax Avoidance Directive 2016/0011 (the “Directive”). The Directive is aimed at tax planning practices currently widely used by multinational companies and builds on the OECD's Base Erosion and Profit.
Lawyer at the Luxembourg Bar
With over 5 years of experience, Nathalie has built a strong track record in advising both national and international clients on several employment and social security related matters, such as...
EU Commission releases draft Privacy Code of Conduct for mHealth apps
The European Commission has drafted a code of conduct on privacy for mobile health (mHealth) apps (the “Code”). The Code has been submitted to the Article 29 Data Protection Working Group for approval.