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"Challenger" companies from emerging markets must invest for global success: report

Fast-growing companies from 'emerging' markets will have to work harder for their success in the future, as economic growth in their home countries slows and multinational competitors become smarter in their approach, according to a new report. 15 Sep 2014

Out-Law Guides

  • How to structure collaborative projects

    Organisations are increasingly looking to work in collaboration or partnership with third parties. This may be to achieve operational aims, such as a step change in service delivery, or to reduce costs or achieve efficiencies.

  • Using competitive tenders

    Many private sector organisations are using competitive tenders to procure goods and services or award significant contracts. Competitive tenders can be used to maintain a competitive edge and drive a better commercial deal.

  • Sanctions against Russia and Ukraine from 31 July 2014

    This guide outlines the sanctions imposed by the European Union from 31 July 2014 and the corresponding US sanctions. The sanctions are designed to discourage Russia from, in the words of the EU Regulation , "destabilising the situation in Ukraine".

  • Third party contracts and bank ring-fencing

    This is one of a  series of guides  on issues connected to ring-fencing and banking reform faced by banks. Other guides cover issues such as tax, real estate, employment, pensions, litigation and competition considerations.

  • Payment Surcharges Regulations

    This guide was last updated in March 2013.

  • Product liability for negligence

    This guide was last updated in August 2011.

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Online retailers urged to commit to fair charges for rural parcel deliveries

Online retailers and suppliers have been urged to adopt new guidelines intended to ensure that businesses and customers based in rural areas are not forced to pay "disproportionate and unfairly high" parcel delivery costs. 21 Aug 2014

Change in consumer law gives universities student accommodation leeway

Universities will no longer have to allow students to cancel accommodation places at short notice without penalty. A change to consumer protection laws makes it clear that certain regulations do not apply to residential lettings.  18 Aug 2014

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