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Tag Archives: Lisa Navarro

New Anti-Corruption Law in France: Mandatory Compliance Program for Large Companies

Posted in Compliance Programs, Corporate
On 8 November 2016, the French Parliament approved new anti-corruption legislation.  Championed by the Minister of Finance Michel Sapin, the law that is commonly known as Sapin II will fundamentally change the compliance landscape for French companies.  In particular, it will place a positive obligation on large companies, and their subsidiaries, to implement anti-corruption compliance… Continue Reading

Online Gambling in the UK – CMA Investigates Consumer Protection Concerns

Posted in Gaming
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has recently launched an investigation into the treatment of customers by online gambling companies. This is in response to concerns raised by the Gambling Commission that certain aspects of behaviour by online gambling companies, including misleading promotions, unfair terms, and the blocking of payouts might be breaching consumer… Continue Reading

Brexit: Implications for the Gaming Industry

Posted in Brexit, Gaming, M&A
This note addresses the impact of Brexit on the gaming industry. It is one of a series of GTM Alerts designed to assist businesses in identifying the legal issues to consider and address in response to the UK’s referendum vote of 23 June 2016 to withdraw from the European Union. In particular, it considers the… Continue Reading

The UK Votes to Leave the European Union

Posted in Antitrust Trade & Regulation, Brexit, Competition Law
The UK voted yesterday to leave the European Union. The timetable for the UK’s exit, the terms of exit, and the UK’s post-exit relationship with the European Union (EU), are still to be determined, which will take time. Until these issues are clarified, firms with a UK presence, or UK customers, will have to address… Continue Reading

Modern slavery reporting obligations – a far reaching initiative

Posted in Antitrust Trade & Regulation, Employment law
In October 2015, reporting requirements under the UK’s Modern Slavery Act will come into force. These obligations apply to all companies that carry on some business in the UK and that have a worldwide turnover in excess of £36m. There is no minimum threshold for the volume of turnover or activity that needs to be… Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig Maher Represents Rentokil Initial in Sale of Initial Facilities

Posted in Deals
International law firm Greenberg Traurig Maher LLP (GTM) advised Rentokil Initial plc (FTSE: RTO) in the sale of its Initial Facilities (“IFS”) business to Interserve Plc for a total cash consideration of £250m. The team included: Fiona Adams (Shld-LON-CP), Paul Maher (Shld-LON-MA), Kate Eades (Shld-LON-CP), Cate Sharp (Shld-LON-ENV), Naomi Feinstein (Shld-LON-LE), Justin Hamer (Shld-LON-TX), Stephen… Continue Reading