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Picturing faster payments: Cheque imaging
The Government recently unveiled draft legislation to modernise the payments system by introducing cheque imaging in the UK.
The ECJ’s first, ‘bullish’ foray into payments regulation
The ECJ recently held that a supplier could not charge extra to customers who paid by online banking or paper transfer orders. This note examines the T-Mobile Austria case and its likely UK impact.
Defining the Margins: Draft EU Standards on Margin Requirements for Non-Cleared OTC Derivatives are Published
Consultation paper setting out draft regulatory technical standards on risk mitigation techniques for OTC derivative contracts not cleared by a central counterparty.
Dr. Philipp Plog, Dr. Felix Wittern, Dr. Cord Willhöft & Dr. Christian Bahr are mentioned in article 'Who Legal: Germany 2015'
Tim Johnson, Vicky Reinhardt & Melissa Fish are mentioned in article 'Fieldfisher advises AB Svensk Filmindustri on its strategic alliance with Studiocana'
Claudio Mereu & Koen Van Maldegem published 'ECHA publishes REACH and BPR data-sharing dispute decisions'
Claudio Mereu & Koen Van Maldegem published 'Fieldfisher expresses a strong opinion on Article 58 (2) of REACH'
Claudio Mereu & Koen Van Maldegem published 'ECHA is consulting internally on guidance on Article 95 list of the BPR'
Claudio Mereu & Koen Van Maldegem published 'Fieldfisher wins three EU contracts for the drafting of BPR guidance'