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In April 2019, the European Parliament adopted a new Whistleblower Directive. The Directive will – when finally approved - require employers to implement whistleblower schemes.
Examining the effectiveness of your boiler plate clauses is probably the last thing on your 'let's get ready for Brexit' to do list, but spending time thinking about these aspects of your commercial arrangements could ...
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has held that a phonogram producer's exclusive right to reproduce and distribute allowed them to stop another person from taking a very short sound sample, unless the sample was ...
Welcome to the May 2019 edition of our Retail & Consumer monthly news round-up
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The European Commission has cleared Poland's €36 million investment aid to LG Chem for a new electric vehicle batteries plant in the Dolnoślaskie region under the EU State aid rules.
The Court of Justice held in a judgement of 4 September 2019 in case C-686/17 that where customs regulations require a specific indication of the country of origin to be provided for placing a product on the market, ...
On 4 March 2019, the EU Council formally endorsed the final version of the EU Regulation amending Regulation No 924/2009 on cross-border payments in the EEA (the Cross-Border Regulation).
The European Commission ("Commission") has published a preliminary list of products originating from the United States ("US") that could face additional customs duties when imported in the European Union ("EU").
As of 1 April 2021, no food intended for the final consumer or for supply to retail will be allowed to be placed on the market where its content of trans fat exceeds 2 grams per 100 grams of fat.