When activist messaging turns into a call for boycott, the action becomes illegal in many countries of the European Union, as is the case in France.
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.
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.
Coronavirus: ECB announces 750bn stimulus to rescue European economy
EU Central Bank ramps up its response to the Covid-19 pandemic currently sweeping Europe
Banning China’s Huawei?
Whether to allow Chinese vendors participate in the procurement process for implementing 5G network systems across Europe has divided European countries
Plans for new EU labour authority are controversial
Efforts by the EU to advance labour rights for workers has been met with varied responses – largely due to the effort it requires from companies and the diverse set of rules varying in Member States
EU policy and legal developments in 2019
With the European Parliament elections on the horizon, 2019 will be full of challenges to overcome for the European Union.