Today, President-elect appointed a new European Commission. The list was adopted by the Council. It now must be approved by the European Parliament.
Commission publishes roadmap on the evaluation of the EU competition rules on horizontal agreements between companies
Commission has published roadmap on the evaluation of the two Block Exemption Regulations (BERs) for horizontal co-operation agreements. It intends to gather evidence on how the BERs function in order to decide whether it should let them elapse, prolong their duration or revise them in order to take proper account ...
David Sassoli was elected as the new President of the European Parliament on 3 July 2019 with 345 out of 667 valid votes in the second round. Sassoli will now lead Parliament until January 2020.
The Law Society of Scotland and the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) are working together to make sure there is a united approach to anti-money laundering (AML) supervision across Scotland, England and Wales.
The Consumer, Mental Health and Disability and Privacy Law sub-committees and the Criminal Law Committee of the Law Society of Scotland responded to the UK Government’s Online Harms White Paper which sets out the government’s plans for “a world-leading package of measures to keep UK users safe online”.