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Fieldfisher to merge with leading Spanish law firm JAUSAS adding offices in Barcelona and Madrid
Fieldfisher JAUSAS advises a wide variety of national and international companies with key practices including corporate, competition, life sciences, litigation and arbitration, tax, employment, and IP.
First Observatory on the case law of financial derivatives at renewable energy companies in Spain
Fieldfisher JAUSAS produce case law statistics on complex financial products every year, from this they can detect if there is a specific problem related to derivatives contracted by renewable energy companies. Read more...
Spanish Franchisor Registry
Fieldfisher JAUSAS Partner, Jordi Ruiz de Villa discusses the Spanish Franchisor Registry. A prospective Franchisor who intends to grant a Franchise in Spain must register with Spanish Franchisor Registry within three months from the date when it starts carrying out the franchising activity.
Employer succession in the sale of productive units: the state of the question following the latest judicial rulings
During recent years it has been possible to save numerous jobs through the sale of productive units within the context of insolvency proceedings. This is because sales of this type make it possible to keep business units economically viable by leaving behind insolvency liabilities, combined with subrogation of employment contracts as necessary in order to ensure this continuity.
The implementation of safety devices in the authorizations of medical products
The Spanish Agency of Medicines and Medical Devices (AEMPS) published last week a briefing note with recommendations for the implementation of safety devices in medicinal products for human use in connection with the entry into force of the Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/161, of 2 October 2015, which establishes that the safety device system shall be applicable from 9 February 2019.
Hannah Rowbotham, Oliver Abel Smith and Andrew Evans published 'Security over Art: General Developments & Highlights'
Samuel Pallotto and Mathilde Cazé are mentioned in 'Fieldfisher conseille CM-CIC Market Solutions et Natixis dans le cadre de l'augmentation de capital de GL Events'
Andrew Hood published 'The United States formally announces its intent to negotiate a Free Trade Agreement with the UK'
Rebecca Pakenham-Walsh published 'What does a no Brexit deal mean for intellectual property rights?'
Gordon Drakes published 'US Supreme Court alters tax landscape for foreign retailers doing business in the USA'
Dr. Thorsten Voss, Dr. Rüdiger Litten, Dr. Sven Labudda, Oliver Süme and Stephan Zimprich published 'Kammergericht Berlin: Bitcoin keine Rechnungseinheiten nach KWG und kein E-Geld nach ZAG'
Richard Gibbard and Jayne Backett published 'Property funds: FCA's latest proposals for improving liquidity management'
Carina May (Dalton) published 'Filling the gaps: Regulators step-up preparations for a no-deal Brexit'
Dr. Thorsten Voss is mentioned in 'Scale18 powered by DCMN "The conference for growth marketing innovators"'
Leighton Cassidy and Heidi Hurdle published 'UK retailer Argos loses its battle against US company in Court of Appeal'
Dr. Susanne Rückert, Dr. Rüdiger Litten, Dr. Sven Labudda, Dr. Thorsten Voss, Dr. Axel Hoppe, Fabienne Stamm and Magnus Hamsch published 'Corporate Capital Markets (CCM) Newsletter Germany - October 2018'