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The body which oversees and regulates UK takeovers has proposed stricter regulation of commitments made by parties to an offer during acquisition talks, as distinguished from the parties' broad intentions. 16 Sep 2014
Medical research using identifiable patient data can be carried out in Singapore without individuals' consent in certain circumstances, the country's data protection watchdog has confirmed. 15 Sep 2014
This guide was updated in May 2014.
The use of equity incentive arrangements is well recognised within the telecoms industry.
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This guide is based on UK law. It was written and last reviewed in January 2010. For IT service providers, there are many opportunities to get ahead of the competition by engaging with 'green'...
A new study has been launched to determine whether insights into the safety of pharmaceutical products can be gleaned from public conversations on Twitter, Facebook and other social media. 09 Sep 2014
Addressing the legal risks inherent in involving third party technology service providers in delivering health care services can help health care bodies to realise the benefits of digital health initiatives, two experts have said. 09 Sep 2014
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