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Webinars | 15 March 2018

Private M&A Trends

Recording: Originally broadcast 15 March 2018
Legal Briefings | 13 March 2018

The Digital World in Asia - new opportunities and challenges amidst a new antitrust enforcement horizon

With the onset of an increasingly digital world across the APAC region and the interest of regulators in the sector, we examine the antitrust enforcement horizon in Asia as well as the new opportunities and challenges brought about by the specific characteristics of the sector.
Legal Briefings | 12 March 2018

Broadcasting: A key Brexit priority

In her Brexit speech on 2 March 2018, Prime Minister Theresa May highlighted broadcasting as a key priority in the ongoing negotiations with the EU.
Legal Briefings | 12 March 2018

EU reaction to the US national security measures

The US Commerce Department issued Section 232 national security investigation reports on steel and aluminium.
Legal Briefings | 09 March 2018

Latest developments in the Indonesian energy and resources sector, March 2018

ASR obligations further regulated, PPA regulation amended and 27 regulations revoked
Legal Briefings | 09 March 2018

Data use: Protecting a critical resource

Described by some as the “new oil” for the digital economy, there is no doubt that data are now seen as critical for organisations to succeed. Data are a powerful and lucrative fuel for productivity. If not adequately protected, data are vulnerable to leaks that can cause widespread damage, and...
Legal Briefings | 09 March 2018


Today sees the entry into force of practically all provisions of Law 9/2017, of 8 November 2017, on Public Procurement, which transposes Directives 2014/23/EU and 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 26 February 2014, into Spanish law.
Events | 08 March 2018

Investing in Latin America ICC Seminar

Protecting your investments Country specific insights into latest trends and how parties can best protect their investments in the region. Organised by the ICC UK .
Legal Briefings | 07 March 2018

Extending the long arm of the law - Extra-territoriality and the GDPR

We are living in an increasingly inter-connected digital society where the services of many organisations are global in nature, and yet internet activities are still being tackled by national laws and regulations. The online world does not respect physical or geographical boundaries, often giving...
Legal Briefings | 06 March 2018

Consultation launched on new Hong Kong listing rules for emerging and innovative companies

The Hong Kong Stock Exchange has announced a one-month consultation on Listing Rule changes to implement the reforms announced in its December 2017 consultation conclusions. These reforms will enable the listing of pre-revenue biotech companies and companies with weighted voting right structures...
Legal Briefings | 06 March 2018

Brexit 'The view from Brussels' – developments in February

February has seen some important advances in the negotiation process, including the issuance by the Commission of a draft Withdrawal Agreement and the Prime Minister's speech outlining the UK proposal for the future relationship. Many of the supposed red lines of the two sides conflict making it...
Legal Briefings | 06 March 2018

Innovation, disruption and technology

Drawing on our practitioners' experience and understanding of the intellectual property and technology issues facing our clients in the fast changing world in which we all now do business, we made innovation and disruptive technology the key themes at our 2018 IP Update Conference. Here we discuss...
06 March 2018

Real estate investment funds gain regulatory clarity in Indonesia

The Indonesian Financial Services Authority ( Otoritas Jasa Keuangan – “OJK”) issued OJK Regulation No. 64/POJK.04/2017 (“Regulation 64”) on 22 December 2017 with the objective of increasing the prevalence of real estate investment funds in the form of collective investment contracts (“Real Estate...
Legal Briefings | 05 March 2018

The Temperature’s Rising on Corporate Crime in Australia: Expected Developments in 2018 and Implications for Business

Proposed Australian regulatory developments place a higher onus on Australian businesses to self-manage corporate crime risk, and to have in place robust systems to address ethics and compliance within their organisations.
Legal Briefings | 05 March 2018

Corporate Crime update, February 2018

Welcome to the February 2018 edition of our corporate crime update - our round up of developments in relation to corruption, money laundering, fraud, sanctions and related matters. Our update now covers a number of jurisdictions. Click read more for the full article of each jursidiction. Below we...