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Legal Update: Directors’ Duties – Eclairs Group Limited & another (Appellants) v. JKX Oil & Gas Plc (Respondent)

Posted in Corporate
In the recent case of Eclairs Group Limited & another v. JKX Oil & Gas Plc [2015] UKSC 71, the Supreme Court considered the duty of directors to exercise powers “only for the purposes for which they are conferred” (s171 of the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006)). Facts Eclairs and Glengary were shareholders in JKX… Continue Reading

Changes to the EU’s REACH Regime May Increase the Administrative Burden on Prospective Registrants

Posted in Environment
On 6 January 2016, the European Commission published the Implementing Regulation 2016/9 on the joint submission of data and data-sharing (the Regulation). Concerns have been raised that the Regulation is likely to increase the administrative burden that prospective Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) regime registrants are subject to. The Regulation is intended to… Continue Reading

UK Businesses’ Understanding of Competition Law

Posted in Competition Law
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has recently published the findings of research it commissioned to examine UK businesses’ understanding of competition law.  The aim of the research was to gauge businesses’ awareness of competition law, their understanding of anti-competitive behaviours and the resulting penalties, businesses’ preferred sources of information about compliance, and the awareness… Continue Reading

Welcoming Joel Wheeler to Greenberg Traurig’s London Office

Posted in New Hire
Internationally acclaimed corporate lawyer Joel Wheeler has joined the London office of international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, as a shareholder in the firm’s Corporate & Securities Practice. Joel had most recently served as a partner in Crowell & Moring since 2009, based in its London office. His practice focuses on a wide range of… Continue Reading