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The Brexit White Paper: What it means for Financial Services
The first few days of the White Paper's political reception in Westminster have been less than encouraging.
The legislative journey to Brexit
The jigsaw of legislation, diplomacy and treaties which need to come together to enable the UK's exit from the EU is complex and it often feels like we are still barely beyond sorting out the edge pieces and certainly that we are working without a finished image.
European law makers strike a deal on key changes to the EU Audiovisual Media Services Directive
The European Parliament, European Council and the European Commission have reached preliminary political agreement on the main elements of the proposed changes to the Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMS Directive)
Brexit's Immigration Impact on Creative Industries
The Migration Advisory Committee released its interim update on EEA-workers in the UK labour market. The creative industries sector is concerned as to what post-Brexit immigration will look like.
Trading in the European Meat Market
The EU is one of the largest markets for meat consumption in the world. In terms of its trade rules, it balances protection of local farmers and meat suppliers on the one hand with securing affordable supply of meat products on the other, by imposing tariffs on imports entering the Single Market whilst also entering into some tariff-free arrangements with non-EU states.
Dr. Sascha Dethof published 'European Commission: fines Google record € 4,34 billion for abusing market power (Android)'
Dr. Sascha Dethof published 'Europäische Kommission: Rekordbußgeld von € 4.34 Milliarden gegen Google wegen Missbrauch der marktbeherrschenden Stellung (Android)'
Nicholas Thompsell and John Worthy published 'The Brexit White Paper: What it means for Financial Services'
Sarah Ellson published 'What risk retirement? Clarke v General Optical Council  EWCA Civ 1463'
Richard Ledain Santiago, Ingrid Dubourdieu and Michael Chissick are mentioned in 'Fieldfisher continues Luxembourg office expansion by hiring new corporate partner'
Laurent Ruessmann and Jochen Beck published 'International firms caught between US Iran sanctions and EU blocking statute'
Peter Williams published 'Peter Williams reacts to multi-billion dollar judgement against Johnson & Johnson in talc claims'