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Europe decides: the impact of Brexit
In this podcast consultants Eugene McQuaid and Natalie Pettinger-Kearney discuss how UK MEPs could have a lasting impact on European politics – even after Brexit.
Europe decides: the new EU Commission's agenda
Europe decides: the impact of Brexit
Europe decides: what the election means for business
Tax matters: what is the impact of the proposed restrictions to the UK sovereign immunity tax exemption?
Does the proposed UK corporate re-domiciliation regime measure up?
Essential Foreign Investment #4: Expanding areas of global regulation
Navigating risks: tax disputes and privilege
Essential Antitrust #20: Innovation-driven deals: plan for success (part 2)
Essential Antitrust #19: Innovation-driven deals: plan for success (part 1)
Essential Antitrust #18: US review of merger guidelines: what could it mean for M&A?
Tax matters: What are the key business tax measures in the German ‘traffic light’ coalition agreement?
Investing in tech: regulation to disrupt tech deal-making?
Spotlight on Africa - The Evolution of our Africa Practice
Essential Foreign Investment #3: Developments in the US and China
What does BT 21, the EU’s ‘business taxation for the 21st century’ package, mean for US business?
Essential Antitrust #16: Global merger control: the EU and UK take centre stage
Tax matters: German election – what do the coalition developments mean for global and domestic tax policy?
Essential Antitrust #15: Focus on fintech deals: navigating a tougher regulatory environment
The rise of the individual in financial markets – developments and impact for firms
Essential Foreign Investment #2: The road to tougher FDI screening?
Tax matters: what UK tax disclosure plan means for business
FS market conduct #4: a look at insider dealing and trading on inside information
Essential Antitrust #12: Merger control: are we witnessing a paradigm shift?
Essential Foreign Investment #1: CFIUS, China and Europe’s new screening regime
Arbitration top trends: are investment treaties the answer to big tech’s problems?
Essential Antitrust #11: Deal disputes: preparing for a more litigious environment
View from the Valley #5: Deconstructing SPAC's: how they vary, and how they perform
Essential Antitrust #9: Antitrust in 2021: is your business prepared for a tougher enforcement environment?
Essential Antitrust #8: nascent competition – crystal ball gazing or a principled approach to regulatory oversight?
Tech transactions in the spotlight
Navigating the US: Part two - Dealing with the Valley
Navigating the US: Part one - Dealing with the Valley: A post-election rundown
Essential Antitrust Asia #2: South Korea update with Kim & Chang
Essential Antitrust #7: new EU framework on screening of foreign direct investments fully applicable
What every startup should know about corporate governance
View from the Valley #2: diversity, IPOs and director compensation
Essential Antitrust #6: COVID-19 and M&A – merger control during the pandemic
View from the Valley #1: the impact of COVID
Essential Antitrust #5: the politics of global M&A – navigating foreign investment controls
The challenges and opportunities of payments deals
Essential Antitrust #3: US spotlight on vertical mergers
Top 40 US public M&A deals survey
The impact of EU regulation on US tech
Foreign investment review: the state of play
Fuji-Xerox: don't copy this
Class actions go global
Definitely maybe. Investigating M&A deal certainty
Foreign investment review: shifting sands
GDPR for US companies
US tax reform
Wait, what?' moments in cross-border M&A
New regimes, new rules?