The UK’s EU Referendum on membership has taken place and the British electorate has voted that the UK should leave the EU. We have specialist teams in virtually every sector and geography that may be affected by a Brexit. Our Public Policy team in Europe, and particularly in Brussels, alongside our colleagues in Washington DC, has decades of experience in advocating to advance your business objectives.
Weekly posts designed to give you a quick, big picture perspective of what is about to happen in Washington this week.
Sharing news, insights and analysis on issues affecting publicly traded companies, as well as their board members, shareholders, financial advisers and brokers. Our Capital Markets team will share views on recent deals and market trends, comment on changes (or proposed changes) in securities law and regulation, and highlight important developments in key areas, such as corporate governance and ongoing reporting obligations.
Aiming to interest and educate, to stimulate discussion, to provoke and sometimes just to amuse HR and other practitioners around the world. Through contributions from our own labor andemployment lawyers, along with occasional guest writers, it provides a unique global insight into practical and legal HR issues relevant to employers everywhere.
Following significant developments in intellectual property and IT law of interest to businesses engaged in the global economy. Our blog is a source for news and insights into international legal issues involving intellectual property and technology, such as trademark and brand protection, patent prosecution and protection; trade secrets, data protection and privacy; and advertising and media issues.
La Revue is run from our Paris office and covers corporate, international dispute resolution, arbitration, employment, tax, restructuring and other matters in and around France.
Aiming to interest and educate, to stimulate discussion, and to provoke the thoughts of contacts and other readers around the UK. Through contributions from our lawyers, along with occasional guest writers, it provides a unique global insight into practical and legal issues relevant to those who take an interest in and who will be affected by the initiatives that arise as part of the UK government's Northern Powerhouse proposals.
Bringing together the expertise and knowledge of our Central European offices, our aim is to inform, educate and (occasionally) entertain on issues relating to hot topics, legal challenges, interesting news and market-moving matters in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.
Fostering discussion on news about and opinions issued by the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit with an emphasis on cases pertaining to business interests. It also includes an En Banc Watch and features guest bloggers on occasion, as well as interviews with Sixth Circuit judges.
Sports Shorts is a blog covering issues in the varied world of sport and the law in an easily digestible format. Posts are written by members of our sport-loving sports team, with the occasional guest contribution, and are intended to provoke debate and comment or simply provide a little light relief to our readers.
This is a resource offered by our International Trade Practice to provide information and analyses on current events in international trade and tools to help strengthen compliance and gain understanding and clarification on important regulations and policy issues in the US, Europe, as well as other countries.
Our UK Financial Services team shares its thoughts on recent developments, current activity and future trends that may be of interest to a range of financial market participants and their counsel.
Advising about, and commenting on, changes to the planning regime, including that for development consent orders.