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The Rise of M&A Arbitration Kluwer Arbitration Blog

With cross-border M&A growing from $31 billion in 1985 to over $1.2 trillion in 2019, there is no doubt that there is a global appetite for such deals. While parties involved in M&A ...


CNIL Publishes FAQ Clarifying Cookie Use

The French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) published an FAQ on March 18, 2021 to further explain its earlier guidelines and “recommendation” on cookies and other tracking...


Anchovy News, March 2021

This is the March edition of Anchovy News. Here you will find articles concerning ICANN, the domain name industry and the recuperation of domain names across the globe. In this...


First steps towards taking into account the organizational impacts of health care technologies

On 31 December 2020, the French National Authority for Health (Haute Autorité de Santé - “HAS”), in charge of health technology assessment of health care products...


New UK guidance on controlled technology transfers

On 22 March 2021, the UK Government published new official guidance on exporting military or dual-use technology.


Global Payments Newsletter, March 2021

Key developments of interest over the last month include: United Kingdom: HM Treasury publishes Kalifa Review of UK FinTech, setting out a strategy for the growth and widespread adoption ...


UK-based .EU domain name registrants get reprieve
Registered Content

EURid, the Registry responsible for the .EU Top Level Domain (TLD), suspended over 81,000 .EU domain names held by UK-based registrants at the beginning of 2021, pursuant to the end of the...


UK pushes back timetable for post-Brexit border checks

On 11 March 2021, the UK government announced that it is extending the existing post-Brexit import customs declarations deferment from 1 July 2021 until 1 January 2022, meaning full customs ...


Brexit and derivatives transactions – some practical perspectives

EU and UK derivatives counterparties are now having to grapple with different sets of rules in the EU and the UK when trading derivatives with each other, following the end of the Brexit...

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