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European Competition Law Newsletter – April 2015

On 19 March 2015, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) handed down a significant judgment on the application of EU competition law to information exchange between competitors. ...more

European Competition Law Newsletter – March 2015

A recent European Commission (EC) fining decision against UK-based broker ICAP confirms that companies which merely facilitate a cartel will be tarred with the same brush as those which actually engage in the cartel. The...more

New Joint Protocol of the Italian Competition Authority and the Italian Tax Police

The Italian Competition Authority and the Italian Tax Police (Guardia di Finanza) signed a new Joint Protocol, which provides increased mutual exchange of information and closer cooperation in the context of investigations...more

EU patent box regimes - The way ahead

EU WITHDRAWS INVESTIGATION - Many countries in Europe, including the UK, The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Spain, France and Hungary have special tax regimes for profits derived from specific types of intellectual...more

European Commission extends State aid probe into Belgian tax scheme

The European Commission (“Commission”) has opened a fifth formal State aid investigation into national tax rulings. This investigation concerns the Belgian “excess profit” provision, which allows multinational groups to...more

Seventh Circuit to Motorola: No Rehearing En Banc

On December 1, 2014, we wrote about the Seventh Circuit’s decision in Motorola Mobility LLC v. AU Optronics Corp., which affirmed dismissal of the vast majority of Motorola’s claims regarding LCD panels....more

Customs and Border Protection Issues Update of Enforcement Activities Related to Trade Orders

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued its first "AD/CVD Update" in December 2014. The AD/CVD Update provides information regarding CBP's activities to collect antidumping (AD) and countervailing duties (CVD) from...more

Cross-Border Investigations Update - October 2014

In This Issue: Cross–Border Enforcement Trends: - Market Abuse - Economic Sanctions - Cross-Border Tax Enforcement - Anti-Corruption - Antitrust - A New Enforcement Environment in...more

Focus on Private Equity - July 2014

In This Issue: - Latin American Private Equity on the Rise - Tax Considerations When Acquiring Non-U.S. Portfolio Companies—Mitigating Subpart F Inclusions - Private Equity Funds at Higher Risk of...more

Department of Commerce Announces Preliminary Decision to Impose Tariff on Solar Panels Imported From China

Some U.S. solar equipment manufacturers have lauded the Department of Commerce’s recent decision to impose high tariffs on solar panels imported from China as the end of China’s unfair market advantage; however, from the...more

Tax authorities updated their interpretation of certain transfer pricing issues

On 1 July 2014, the Ministry of Revenues and Levies of Ukraine has issued Order #368 "On amendment of Generalized tax consultation on transfer pricing related issues, adopted by the order #699" (hereinafter - the Order) which...more

European Commission probes into national tax rulings on transfer pricing

The European Commission (“EC”) has long sought to eliminate so-called harmful tax competition, which it sees as undermining the integrity of the internal market, fair competition and the fiscal sustainability of the Member...more

Fasten your seat belts: European Commission to use state aid powers to scrutinize aggressive tax planning

An important message to all tax planners: The European Commission’s Directorate General for Competition has declared war on "fiscal optimization." It intends to use the antitrust stick to overcome the lack of tax...more

China to Boost Cross-Border E-Commerce

On Aug. 29, 2013, the Ministry of Commerce (the "MOFCOM"), in collaboration with eight other ministries and departments, released an "Opinion on Implementing Relevant Policies for Supporting Trans-boundary E-commerce Retail...more

Doing Business in Japan

I am pleased to present to you DLA Piper’s “Doing Business in Japan” Guide. Japan is the world’s third largest economy and remains cutting-edge in business. In 2012, 68 Global 500 Companies were headquartered in...more

Operational Regulatory Risks Facing Private Equity Firms

If you work in the private equity world, you probably know that you are already exposed to a variety of regulatory risks and obligations that can have a significant impact on your firm’s operations and financial rate of...more

Getting the Deal Through - Mergers & Acquisitions - 2013: Ukraine

1 Types of transaction: How may businesses combine? Mergers - In accordance with Ukrainian law, mergers may be performed in two ways: as a consolidation and as a joining. Both types of merger entail...more

Distribution in China – Legal Issues

McDermott Will & Emery is pleased to offer “Distribution in China – Legal Issues*,” a one-stop resource covering distribution in China, including: The business models and legal structures most commonly used for...more

Supreme Court of Canada Establishes Important Principles in Transfer Pricing

The Supreme Court of Canada recently released its judgment in The Queen v Glaxo Smith Kline Inc.,1 (Glaxo), which is the Court's first pronouncement on Canada's transfer pricing rules. Transfer pricing involves the allocation...more

Doing Business in Canada: International Trade

Canada’s international trade law regulates the import and export of goods, the manner in which these goods are procured or sold, and the protection of foreign investments in Canada and Canadian investments abroad. Most of the...more

Commerce Department Upholds Tariffs on Chinese Photovoltaic Cells

The U.S. Department of Commerce (Commerce) is upholding tariffs it proposed earlier this year on imports of Chinese crystalline silicon photovoltaic (PV) cells and panels. The decision is the agency’s final determination in...more

Supply Chain Efficiency: Valuation and Transfer Pricing Considerations

Deriving maximum cost efficiency from the supply chain is a critical operational issue for multinational enterprises (MNEs) in certain regions. As taxation is typically one of a group’s largest costs, supply chain...more

Commerce Department Proposes Tariffs on Chinese Solar Panels

Yesterday, the U.S. Commerce Department proposed tariffs of at least 31% on solar panels imported from China. The preliminary ruling found that Chinese manufacturers have been illegally "dumping" solar panels on the U.S....more

International News -- Focus On Employment and Employee Benefits, Issue 3, 2011

In This Issue: Focus On Employment and Employee Benefits: Recent Developments in Collective Salary Negotiation in China; Anti-Social Media? Managing Social Media Issues in the UK Workplace; Trimming Employee-Related...more

International News: Focus On Alcohol Beverages - July 14, 2011

In This Issue: FEATURES: Increased Antitrust Scrutiny of Non-Reportable or Closed Transactions; Minimising Exposure: Understanding the Risk of Bribery in China; and Are Our Tax Systems Fit for Purpose? FOCUS ON...more

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