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2016 Mid-Year Global Cartel Enforcement Report

Cartel enforcement activity promises to remain busy In the coming months and into 2017 Cartel enforcement remains a priority for competition authorities around the world. Global cartel fines totaled more than $6...more

Which U.S. Businesses Must Comply with EU Data Protection Laws?

What the recent Amazon decision tells us - On 28 July 2016, the European Court of Justice rendered a decision in a dispute between an Austrian Consumer Protection organization known as VKI (Verein für...more

Sentences in H1 2016

Transfer of former contractors´ employees to new subcontractor under the applicable collective bargaining agreement. Exemption of liability of new subcontractor on the salary debts of the previous contractor (Judgement of the...more

Increasing litigation in Spain regarding abusive clauses in mortgage loans

There is a growing tendency in recent years for borrowers in Spain to file claims alleging that certain provisions included in their mortgage loans are abusive or unfair. In addition, there is a very strong trend in Spanish...more

Spain’s Improved Insolvency Regime Gains Momentum

Recent piece-meal amendments to the Spanish Insolvency Act 2003 seem to have cumulated into a restructuring solution that is starting to be considered predictable, quick and fair, especially when compared to the pre-amendment...more

European Restructuring Landscape Improves with Multiple Reforms

In light of the UK’s cram down and director-friendly processes, in particular its scheme of arrangement model, major European economies such as France, Germany and Italy have worked hard to develop regimes that give greater...more

May 2016: International Arbitration Update

García’s Green Light to Dual Nationals in Investor-State Arbitration. The decision in Serafín García Armas v. República Bolivariana de Venezuela, PCA Case No. 2013-3, Decision on Jurisdiction (Dec. 14, 2014) touches on a very...more

France Considers New Anti-Corruption Authority

France has introduced a draft bill which proposes to establish a new anti-corruption authority, which will have the power to impose administrative sanctions and conduct US-style monitoring of companies’ anti-bribery...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 5.3.16

Craig Steven Wright—the Australian who claims to be famed Bitcoin mastermind Satoshi Nakamoto—is not exactly being welcomed with open (and unquestioning) arms – NYTimes... Stocks came booming back yesterday after a tough...more

Tokyo Dispute Resolution and Crisis Management Newsletter - April 2016

Energy Charter Treaty Arbitration - Claims Against Spain and Italy as a Result of Alterations to their Renewable Energy Legislation - In recent years, there have been a raft of Energy Charter Treaty (“ECT”)...more

Sub-Participation Agreement: Recharacterisation Risk Before Spanish Court

Financial players in the distressed market in Spain are commonly using the LMA sub-participation agreement. However, “sub-participation” is not a concept that has been traditionally recognised under Spanish law. This has...more

Planning for Depositions in Spain

Coordinating depositions in Spain is not terribly different from planning them in the U.S. Though a party to The Hague Evidence Convention, Spain permits voluntary depositions regardless of the nationality of the witness. ...more

European Acquisition Finance Debt Report 2016

Welcome to DLA Piper’s European Acquisition Finance Debt Report 2016. This report, now in its seventh year, presents detailed results of our survey of 300 participants active in the European acquisition finance debt market....more

DIBBIOPACK Looks Back On Four Years of Collaborative Work Researching Bioplastics Packaging

On February 24, 2016, the four year DIBBIOPACK project ended with a final conference at the CaixaForum Congress Centre in Zaragoza and the AITIIP Technological Centre's (AITIIP) facilities. The project was created by AITIIP,...more

The Future of Chinese Enforcement: From Corruption to AML?

On February 17, 2016, the Spanish headquarters of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (“ICBC”) were raided by Europol officers and Spanish law enforcement authorities, on orders of a Spanish judge investigating the...more

Explore the Global Expansion of Ediscovery

Ediscovery is in the midst of global change. Even for countries with legal frameworks that don’t require parties to disclose electronic documents, global ediscovery is emerging as a critical component of business and...more

Top Ten International Anti-Corruption Developments for January 2016

In order to provide an overview for busy in-house counsel and compliance professionals, we summarize below some of the most important international anti-corruption developments in the past month, with links to primary...more

Article 29 Working Party updates its Opinion on applicable law

The Article 29 Working Party (WP29) has updated its Opinion on applicable law and has introduced a new ‘inextricable link’ test representing a new element to the existing ‘in the context of the activities of an establishment’...more

What Does COP-21 Mean for Business?

6 Answers From Around the Globe - The historic COP-21 Paris Agreement on climate change is the first major development in the climate area at the international level since adoption of the Kyoto Protocol in...more

Annulment of the European Commission´s decision regarding the former "Spanish tax lease structure" - EU General Court Decision:...

Background - On December 17, 2015 the EU General Court of Justice (EUGC) pronounced on appeals of joined matters T-515/13 Kingdom of Spain vs Commission and T-719/13 Lico Leasing, S.A., E.F.C. and Pequeños y Medianos...more

White & Case ECB News – Issue 2, 2015: 60 seconds around the globe – ECB News Issue 2, 2015

China - Changes to Employee contribution rates for work related injury insurance and maternity insurance - As of 1 October 2015, employer contribution rates for injury-at-work insurance and maternity insurance have...more

A New Dawn for Data Privacy in the Old World

After the European Court of Justice gutted the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor agreement in its landmark decision in Schrems v. Facebook, a number of EU data protection authorities (DPAs) issued clarifying statements. Here is a look at...more

Spain issues deadline for implementing alternative Safe-Harbor mechanisms

Spain’s Data Protection Authority, the Agencia Española de Proteccion de Datós (‘AEPD’), has issued a deadline of 29 January 2016, for the implementation of alternative mechanisms to Safe Harbor....more

M&A Attractiveness Index, EMEA – Spain

According to the M&A Attractiveness Index, developed by the M&A Research Centre at Cass Business School, Spain is now ranked 16th out of a total of 147 countries in terms of its attractiveness for M&A purposes (i.e., its...more

The Meritas Guide To Employment Law On A Business Sale In Europe, Middle East And Africa - April 2015: Spain

1. DO EMPLOYEES AUTOMATICALLY TRANSFER TO THE BUYER WHEN A BUSINESS IS SOLD? According to Spanish Law, in the event of a transfer of undertaking the new employer shall subrogate in the transferor´s rights and...more

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