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The Great Brexit Debate - Will they, won’t they, and what happens next…?

The UK is now counting down to the 23 June 2016 referendum on whether to stay in or leave the European Union. Brexit would have significant implications for the current UK legal and regulatory framework as EU regulation...more

Brexit: issues to consider for the banking and finance industry

Nobody yet knows the true likelihood of a so-called "Brexit" following Britain's "Leave" or "Remain" referendum on membership of the European Union (EU). The results of the 2015 general election suggest that relying on the...more

Bail-In, or Just Bailing?

You know, there’s never a dull moment when one reports on the regulatory states’ endless and so often fruitless and wrong-headed tinkering with the global economy. So now… let’s talk bail-in. The bail-in regime, which was...more

"Brexit Bites": Implications for Financial Services Firms

Much of the regulation of financial services in the UK is governed by EU law. This includes the regulation of banks, broker-dealers, insurers and reinsurers, insurance intermediaries, fund managers, mortgage providers and...more

ISDA Publishes Updated EMIR Classification Letter

On April 13, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. (“ISDA”) published an updated classification letter that enables counterparties to notify each other of their status for clearing and other regulatory...more

EFTA Court to Rule on The Interpretation of Restriction of Competition by Object

In Depth - On 19 February 2016, the Supreme Court of Norway asked the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Court to provide an advisory opinion on the legal test required to qualify an agreement as restricting...more

"Brexit Bites": Employment Law Implications

Although much of the UK’s current employment law framework derives from the EU, it seems unlikely that the UK’s exit from the EU would result in significant legal changes, at least in the short term. There are several reasons...more

Blog: The 4th Anti-Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing Directive

The 4th Anti-Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing Directive (4AMLD) came into force on 25 June 2015; and the Member States of the European Union are (currently) obliged to transpose it into their national laws by 26 June...more

UK Payment Systems Regulator Issues Guidance Setting Credit and Debit Interchange Caps

On March 24th, the United Kingdom’s Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) issued final guidance establishing interchange fee caps on credit and debit card transactions where the point of sale is located in the United Kingdom. The...more

‘Brexit’ Implications for Listings of Securities on the London Stock Exchange

If Britain decides to leave the European Union as a result of a “Brexit” vote on 23 June 2016, the effect on the UK and EU financial services sectors could be significant; in particular, there could be effects on the London...more

EU Bail-In Rules: How Do They Impact Canadian Borrowers?

As of January 1, 2016, financial institutions from the European Economic Area (EEA) — which includes member states of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway — are subject to new requirements under Article 55 of...more

Brexit: Options for and Impact of the Possible Alternatives to EU Membership

The UK is holding a referendum on 23 June 2016 to decide whether or not to remain a member of the European Union. There seems to be a disconnect between some aspects of public discourse on the vote and the actual effect of an...more

Brexit: What are the implications for tax law?

The precise impact of a Brexit on UK tax law is not possible to determine without knowing the terms of the exit negotiated by the UK with the EU and future government decisions. There are various ways the relationship between...more

Immigration Implications of ‘Brexit’

A “leave” vote on 23 June 2016 could have significant impact on employee and individual mobility, immigration, and UK citizenship status. Considering the charged political atmosphere around immigration issues and EU free...more

Financial Services Sector Implications of ‘Brexit’

Should Britain decide to leave both the EU and EEA as a result of a “Brexit” vote on 23 June 2016, the impact on UK and EU financial services firms could be significant. The City of London is Europe’s key financial...more

Brexit: what are the implications for employment law?

The possibility of a UK exit from the EU – colloquially known as a Brexit – is high on the political, business and media agenda. On 23 June the UK will hold an in/out referendum to determine whether we should remain a member...more

Alert: Data Privacy Q&A: EU-US Privacy Shield

At the start of February, the European Commission announced it had finally struck a deal with the US Department of Commerce on Safe Harbor's replacement. Below, we address some of the key questions organisations are asking...more

European Commission Releases Details of EU-U.S. Privacy Shield

The European Commission released its long-awaited draft adequacy decision for the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, a major step towards the formal approval of the program that is to replace the invalidated Safe Harbors program. The...more

Blog: Navigating Cross-Border Data Transfers Following The Safe Harbor Ruling

It is easy in today’s tech-oriented society to view the world through the lens of the internet as simply one big marketplace, abound with opportunities for entrepreneurs and emerging companies – and it certainly is. However...more

Brexit: Implications for Your Business if the U.K. Leaves the European Union

The United Kingdom government will hold a referendum on June 23, 2016, determining whether the U.K. should remain in the European Union — of which it has been a member since 1973. Opinion polls suggest that the result of the...more

EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive Published: Implications For United Kingdom Corporate Taxpayers

On 28 January 2016 the EC published a proposal for a so-called Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive. If implemented it would apply to all taxpayers who are subject to corporate tax in an EU Member State, including corporate taxpayers...more

Prudential Regulation Authority Publishes Approach to Identifying Other Systematically Important Institutions

The Prudential Regulation Authority published policy statement outlining approach to identifying other systematically important institutions (i.e. institutions that are not classed as globally systematically important...more

US Loan Market Adapts to European Bail-In Directive

LSTA publishes model provisions for use in US law-governed credit agreements to assist in adopting new EU bail-in rules. European Economic Area (EEA) financial institutions are now subject to a new set of regulatory...more

Money Is Time: A Note on Valuation and Sentencing in Criminal Trade Secrets Cases

Criminal trade secrets prosecutions tend to make national headlines, and for good reason. With fact patterns that often involve international intrigue, high technology, and millions of dollars in play, these cases can read...more

New Year, New Progress: The Defend Trade Secrets Act Reports Out From the Senate Judiciary Committee

As previously reported on TSW, the road to federal right of action for trade secrets misappropriation has been a long one. In the absence of a federal trade secrets law, the Economic Espionage Act (“EEA”) and various state...more

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