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Mayer Brown | USA | 13 Jun 2016

CFPB Increases Civil Penalty Maximums

Tomorrow the CFPB will issue an interim final rule that will increase the maximum amount of civil penalties that the CFPB and certain other enforcers


Mayer Brown | USA | 4 Dec 2014

Mitigating and managing the impact of inflation in IFM engagements

As companies move to outsource their FM services globally, they are encountering more and more often the question of how to accommodate for inflation


Mayer Brown | Germany | 20 May 2014

Significant changes of the law on occupational pensions in Germany

Today, on May 20, 2014, the Directive 201450 of the European Parliament and of the Council on minimum requirements for enhancing worker mobility


Mayer Brown | Guernsey, Hong Kong | 16 Mar 2012

Higher multipliers for personal injury cases in Hong Kong?

The Privy Council handed down a landmark decision on the calculation of future losses on 7 March 2012.


Mayer Brown | United Kingdom | 15 Mar 2012

QinetiQ: court gives guidance on whether adopting the CPI to calculate pension increases is acceptable

The High Court has considered a case about a scheme whose rules expressly allow the trustees to change the index which they use to work out increases to pensions in payment and the revaluation of deferred pensions.


Mayer Brown | European Union | 16 Nov 2011

Reshaping of the Energy Taxation Directive the European Parliament joins the battle

The European Commission (the “EC”) proposal (the “Proposal”) for a Council Directive amending Directive 200396EC and restructuring the Community framework for the taxation of energy products and electricity (the “Energy Taxation Directive”) is facing hard times due to lack of consensus amongst the Member States.


Mayer Brown | United Kingdom, European Union | 21 Sep 2011

Modernising EU public procurement policy: how’s it all going?

EU procurement is going Green.


Mayer Brown | United Kingdom | 31 Aug 2011

New tax rules applying to pension schemes

The tighter new tax rules reducing the “annual allowance” for pension saving to £50,000 a year, which the Government announced last year, became law when the Finance Act 2011 received Royal Assent on 19 July.


Mayer Brown | Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia | 8 Aug 2011

Southeast Asian nuclear development for 2011

There is a paradigm shift in nuclear development: developing Southeast Asian countries such as Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines are at the forefront of harnessing nuclear power into a safe, efficient and sustainable energy source.


Mayer Brown | Vietnam | 22 Jun 2011

Circular guiding the regime of reporting on prices of essential goods

On 29 April 2011, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) issued Circular No. 552011TT-BTC (Circular 55) guiding the regime of reporting on market prices of domestic goods and services and prices of imported goods.

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