On 5 May 2021, the European Commission (the Commission) proposed a regulation to tackle foreign subsidies causing distortions in the European Union’s internal market (the Proposal).

The Commission is concerned
Continue Reading The European Commission’s Proposal for Regulating Foreign Subsidies Control

There is a global trend to move capital to more sustainable economic activities. To ensure that capital is moved to the desired activities, several questions arise:

  • What is sustainable?
  • How


Continue Reading The EU Non-Financial Reporting Directive and the Proposal for Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive

Welcome to the May 2021 issue of GT’s Competition Currents, a monthly newsletter for Greenberg Traurig clients and colleagues highlighting significant developments in global antitrust and competition law.

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Continue Reading GT Antitrust Newsletter | Competition Currents | May 2021

In 2014, the European Commission adopted rules for audit reform in the EU. A statutory audit certifies the financial statements of companies or public entities. Public-interest entities (PIEs)
Continue Reading Brexit: EU-Based PIEs with UK Parents No Longer Exempted from Having Their Own Audit Committees

On March 26, 2021, the United States Trade Representative (USTR) Katherine Tai announced that the United States is considering implementing up to 25% retaliatory tariffs on certain products of Austria,
Continue Reading USTR Proposes Retaliatory Tariffs on Digital Services Taxes: Austria, India, Italy, Spain, Turkey, and the United Kingdom