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Eurozone crisis – exit from the euro, the "growth pact", eurobonds and other EU financial crisis measures: a legal Q&A *

European Union - May 30 2012
Over the past few weeks, there has been increasing talk of the possibility of Greece leaving the euro.

Co-authors: Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Lode Van den Hende, Kevin Pullen, Stephen Gale, Alexander Currie.


Proposals for reform of UK competition regime published *

United Kingdom - March 15 2012
The Government has today published its proposals for reform of the UK competition regime, following a detailed consultation exercise carried out last year in which comments were invited on a number of options for each of the different strands of competition law.

Co-authors: James Quinney, Craig Pouncey, Stephen Wisking, Kristien Geeurickx.


Investment funds update - Eurozone crisis: economic challenges and legal risks *

European Union - January 6 2012
Herbert Smith recently hosted a seminar on the Eurozone crisis.

Co-authors: John Farr, Rory Cochrane, Adam Johnson, John Balsdon, matthew job.


Commission publishes proposal for an optional common European sales law *

European Union, United Kingdom - October 13 2011
The Commission has published its proposal for an optional Common European Sales Law which it says is aimed at facilitating cross-border transactions in the EU.

Co-authors: Mark Geday, Kristien Geeurickx.


Government consults on proposals for reform of UK competition regime *

United Kingdom - March 24 2011
Following the Government's announcement in October 2010 of its plans to strengthen the competition regime by bringing together the Competition Commission and the competition functions of the OFT, a detailed consultation paper setting out a series of options for reform has now been published by BIS.

Co-authors: James Quinney, Craig Pouncey, Kristien Geeurickx.


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