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Contractual subordination in the grand duchy of Luxembourg

Contractual subordination in the grand duchy of Luxembourg

By | 22 Aug 2019

First published in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law in May 2019, in this article, Richard Ledain Santiago, Benjamin Devouassoux and Theodoros Karantanos of the corporate and finance team at Fieldfisher Luxembourg, consider the validity of contractual subordination in Luxembourg, noting its gradual acceptance by the Luxembourg courts, its empirical development and impact on third parties.

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Brexit and EU-UK data sharing: Where are we after Yellowhammer?

Brexit and EU-UK data sharing: Where are we after Yellowhammer?

By | 20 Aug 2019

Following the leak of the UK government's "Operation Yellowhammer" documents, outlining how a no-deal Brexit will impact sharing personal data between the EU and the UK, Eleonor Duhs, expert in technology, outsourcing and privacy at Fieldfisher, examines the implications for UK plc.

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Charity Update - 15 August 2019

Charity Update - 15 August 2019

By and | 15 Aug 2019

Our Charity Update provides the latest tax news and developments

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Satellite and Space Projects News - August 2019

Satellite and Space Projects News - August 2019

By | 08 Aug 2019

Our recent digest of recent news in the satellite and space projects sector.

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Above and beyond: Top tips for scaling up and out of Manchester

Above and beyond: Top tips for scaling up and out of Manchester

By | 29 Jul 2019

Following a successful panel event with colleagues from Draper Esprit and PwC, Fieldfisher corporate partner Tom Ward shares some of the essential advice professional services firms offer clients targeting international expansion.

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"NDAs" – a storm in a teacup?

"NDAs" – a storm in a teacup?

By , and | 26 Jul 2019

When did we start talking about NDAs? The confidentiality provision has been around in this jurisdiction for a very long time. It is unsexy, tedious, boilerplate.

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SMRs and RABs – Acronyms that spell the future of new nuclear in the UK?

SMRs and RABs – Acronyms that spell the future of new nuclear in the UK?

By | 25 Jul 2019

The UK government recently published proposals for rebooting the country's idling nuclear industry – but is it all too little too late for what remains a divisive low-carbon energy option?

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IR35: Common Misconceptions Demystified

By and | 24 Jul 2019

In April 2020, the responsibility for compliance with ‘IR35’ (the colloquial name for the off-payroll tax rules) is shifting from consultants to end users.

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Review of format rights – a familiar outcome in the "Happy Camper" case

Review of format rights – a familiar outcome in the "Happy Camper" case

By | 24 Jul 2019

Although standard in the television industry, there is still a grey area surrounding the legal protection and enforceability of format rights. In the UK, television programme formats are not afforded a separate legal right.