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With the further Brexit delay beyond the scheduled departure date of 31 October 2019, the general election in the UK on 12 December has raised yet more questions about the nature of the UK's departure from the EU.
In a bold move that aims to bring together the world of business and digital policy making, President Emmanuel Macron of France has proposed Thierry Breton, CEO of the French multinational information technology company ...
'Technological sovereignty' is set to be an over-arching theme, as Commissioner nominees with responsibility for the digital economy prepare to be grilled by Members of the European Parliament over the next week.
Competitive Edge: Competition & EU law news - June 2019
In the aftermath of the G7 summit in Biarritz, where the issue of digital taxation of multi-national tech companies was high on the agenda, French Economy Minister, Bruno Le Maire, announced the ambition to reach an ...
In a webinar, broadcasted on 16th July 2019, we discussed the broadened scope of the EECC, new forms of access regulation, spectrum regulation and consequences for 5G and touched on the more harmonised end-user rights. ...
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.
Bird & Bird's Regulatory & Public Affairs seminar in Brussels on 3 December also featured a panel debate with various industry voices on the implementation of the recently adopted European Electronic Communications ...
Tracking the 'slow' progress of implementing new audiovisual rules
Following our previous article (COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020: Legal circuit breaker), a number of regulations were introduced on 20 April 2020 which sets out the relevant details and processes for a party ...