EU law requires certain large companies to disclose non-financial information on the way they operate and manage social and environmental challenges. The current disclosure regime was introduced in 2014 by

Continue Reading EU to Make Changes to Its Sustainability Reporting Rules and Impose New Obligations on Non-European Companies

On Budget Day, 20 September 2022 (Prinsjesdag), the Dutch Ministry of Finance presented its 2023 tax plan (the Proposal). For the proposed bills discussed in this GT Alert

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case that originated in Finland concerned liability for a defective product and the concept of “producer” under EU trademark law. A coffee machine caught fire. The machine contained trademarks

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In May 2022 the European Commission (EC) adopted the Vertical Block Exemption Regulation (VBER) and the new accompanying Vertical Guidelines (Guidelines). See GT Alerts, The New VBER and Vertical Guidelines
Continue Reading The New VBER and Guidelines: Issues with European Commission Approach to Agents Acting for Multiple Principals

On June 30, 2022, the European Parliament (EP) and the Council announced that they had reached a provisional political agreement on the EU Foreign Subsidies Regulation (FSR).

The European Commission
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