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Statements of intention under the UK Takeover Code – say what you mean and do what you say *

United Kingdom - November 28 2014
Following the Kraft/Cadbury takeover in 2010, UK Takeover Code (Code) was amended to hold parties to any statements of intention they made for 12…

Co-authors: Ryan Conroy.


Options for efficient resolution of cross-border supplier and customer disputes *

Global - November 14 2014
Arbitration has been the preferred method of resolving international business disputes for many years, and its popularity appears to be growing. A…

Co-authors: Naomi Lisney, Nicholas Peacock, Philip Pfeffer.


Consumers are doing it for themselves - the Consumer Protection (Amendment) Regulations 2014 *

United Kingdom - October 15 2014
A new civil right of action for consumers became available on 1 October 2014, against traders and businesses which have employed certain misleading…

Co-authors: Alex Kay, Joel Smith, Rachel Montagnon.


Consumer goods: update *

Africa, European Union, United Kingdom - March 18 2013
As part of its Alcohol Strategy, published in March 2012, the UK Government has recently consulted on proposed policies, including a minimum until…

Co-authors: André Pretorius, Howard Watson, Susan Black, Andrew Lidbetter.


In the wake of Kraft's takeover of Cadbury *

United Kingdom - October 11 2012
12 months on from Kraft's takeover of Cadbury and the introduction of the significant changes to the UK's Takeover Code, we consider the impact in practice in the UK.

Co-authors: Stephen Wilkinson, Mark Bardell.


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