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Commission launches investigation into Fitbit acquisition by Google

The investigation will focus on whether Google’s acquisition will hinder competition in the online advertising services marketplace

Apple gains victory in the General Court

The American tech behemoth gained a major victory over the Commission, as the General Court did not see the company gaining unfair advantages in the Irish tax rulings.

The evolving global role of the general counsel in Latin America and beyond

The report by CMS produced a number of findings, such as highlighting the increase of importance regarding ethics and compliance within legal teams.

Barnier sees major hurdles ahead with Brexit, remains hopeful they can be overcome

Though the chief negotiator sees major hurdles ahead, largely by the unwillingness of his counterparts, he remains hopeful that the differences can be overcome.

Post-Brexit Enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters: are there any winners?

The UK Law Societies’ Joint Brussels Office analyses how cross-border commercial agreements will be enforced in a post-Brexit Europe between British and continental entities.

Franco-German response hailed across Europe, critics worry about the extent and scope

The recovery package, hailed by many, could be seen as a landmark decision for the future of the European Union

Perspective on implications of COVID-19 on the legal sector

The short term impact of COVID-19 on people, businesses and markets applies across sectors and market segments, and requires a range of immediate actions, while positioning for the strongest possible future.

Legal Technology: allnex counts on Knowliah

The chemical company needed to replace their document management system and have not looked back since

Successive fixed-term work contracts contravene EU law even when entered into voluntarily

“The fact that a worker consented to the establishment of successive fixed-term employment relationships does not deprive him or her from the protection granted by the Framework Agreement on fixed-term work”

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