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    17/05/2024
    Europe

    European Sanctions: Mandatory Contract Clauses, New Criminal Penalties

    BackgroundFollowing Russia’s occupation of Crimea in 2014 and invasion of Ukraine in 2022, global allies including the UK, US and EU, Canada and Australia, acted in concert to impose stringent sanctions and export control restrictions designed to stem the flow of investment into the Russian war machine. These included wide restrictions on the goods and their components found on the battlefield in Ukraine, and is reflected in the G7 agreed list of Common High Priority Items.The two years since have seen the growth of a shadow “evasion” economy, used by supporters of the Russian...
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    17/05/2024
    England

    High Street Rental Auctions: the Government’s response

    Summary The Government has published its response following its consultation on the design of its High Street Rental Auction policy. This policy is designed to help local authorities combat the detrimental effects of long-term vacancies on the high street. This Law-Now highlights some key aspects of the Government’s response. The Government will over the coming months work with stakeholders to design and develop secondary legislation to give effect to the proposals. The Government anticipates that this legislation will come into force in mid-2024. Prior to then, the Government will release...
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    17/05/2024
    United Kingdom

    Built on sand: problems of risk allocation and collaboration in port development contracts

    Introduction The British Ports Association estimated in 2022 that there were £1.7bn of port projects in the pipeline, and investment in port infrastructure topped £1bn in 2021. There is pressure to deliver port upgrades to serve floating offshore wind projects (for which the UK is responsible for a fifth of the global pipeline), in addition to meeting the sector’s decarbonisation and environmental commitments, delivering modern infrastructure to facilitate international trade and growing regional economies. With that backdrop in mind, we consider some of the key contractual...
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    16/05/2024
    United Kingdom

    A Roadmap to the Overseas Funds Regime

    HM Treasury and the FCA jointly published a Roadmap on 1 May 2024 for implementing the Overseas Funds Regime (the “OFR”).  This follows on from the FCA’s December 2023 Consultation Paper on Implementing the OFR (see our previous article on this here). Who does this impact?Operators of EEA UCITS funds (excluding money market funds (“MMFs”)) that either are within the Temporary Marketing Permissions Regime (“TMPR”), or who wish to market to UK retail investorsUK Distributors of non-UK UCITS funds (excluding MMFs) with a UK retail...
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    16/05/2024
    United Kingdom

    ESMA releases Final Report on Guidelines for fund names using ESG or sus­taina­bi­li­ty-re­la­ted terms

    On 14 May 2024, ESMA released its Final Report setting out its finalised guidelines (the “Final Report Guidelines”) on the use of ESG and sustainability-related terms in investment fund names. Following the incorporation of feedback received from stakeholders and market participants to the proposals in the Consultation Paper released on 18 November 2022 (the “Consultation Paper Proposal”), several changes have been made to the Guidelines – which we summarise below.ESMA considers that fund names, as the first information seen by investors, can materially impact investors’...
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    16/05/2024
    Ukraine

    Ukraine changes rules for the military draft

    The Ukrainian parliament has adopted a number of laws changing the procedure, criteria and liability for non-compliance with the rules of the military draft in Ukraine. This new legislation includes the following: Law #3127-IX on Introducing Changes in the Law of Ukraine “On Military Obligation and Military Service” (Law 3127);Law #3621-IX on Introducing Changes in several Laws of Ukraine regarding Ensuring Rights of the Servicemen and Policemen for Social Protection (Law 3621);Law #3633-IX on Introducing Changes in several Legislative acts of Ukraine regarding Particular Issues...
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