Following a May election with the highest ever turnout (over 50 per cent), the new EU Commission is being formed. The Freshfields EU regulatory and public affairs team in Brussels offer insights on the new Commission’s priorities, including money laundering, digitalisation and sustainability.
Essential Antitrust #11: Deal disputes: preparing for a more litigious environment
Tax matters: UK Spring Budget 2021
Essential Antitrust #10: Competition law: a bridge or a barrier to sustainability?
UK Financial services enforcement round up and looking ahead
View from the Valley #5: deconstructing SPACs – how they vary and how they perform
Freshfields whistleblowing survey: impact of the #MeToo movement
Managing risk in Asia #2: data, cybersecurity and people
Data and cyber breaches: Part 2 – the new go-to mass claims for claimant lawyers?
Data and cyber breaches: Part 1 – the new go-to mass claims for claimant lawyers?
Managing risk in Asia #1: geopolitical tensions and disputes
Essential Antitrust #9: Antitrust in 2021: is your business prepared for a tougher enforcement environment?
Mass claims in Germany – Lessons learned and latest developments
Sanctions and international trade #4: where next for Russia sanctions?
UAE employee monitoring and compliance #1: remote working
Sanctions and international trade #3: US policy trends and outlook under a Biden administration
Essential Antitrust #8: nascent competition – crystal ball gazing or a principled approach to regulatory oversight?
Tech transactions in the spotlight
The governance capsule collection #6: the secrets of board evaluations
The governance capsule collection #5: human capital management
The governance capsule collection #4: intercompany communications
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