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  • The EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive - How Companies Need to Prepare

    The EU’s latest initiative to enhance ESG disclosures will expand the requirements of earlier initiatives and bring considerably more companies within its scope. On 5 January 2023, the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) entered into force in the EU. The CSRD is the EU’s latest initiative to improve the quality and comparability of corporate ESG disclosures. The CSRD uses the term “sustainability” to refer to environmental, social (including human rights), and governance factors. The CSRD will considerably increase both the number of companies that are within the scope of the EU’s ESG reporting regime and the detail and extent of the ESG disclosures that must be published. Please see full Alert below for more information.

  • European Competition Review 2022

    In our super-connected age, we are inundated with information. It can be difficult to select what is really relevant to one’s business. The purpose of this Review is to provide legal counsel and their teams easy reference guidance on essential EU competition law developments covering key areas of law and policy, to help keep you up to date on the latest requirements. Please see full Insight below for more information.

  • Digital Markets Act enters into force: a roadmap for “gatekeeper” digital platforms

    Following publication in the EU Official Journal, the Digital Markets Act (DMA, Regulation (EU) 2022/1925) officially entered into force on 1 November 2022. The DMA introduces new rules for the digital economy. In particular, it will require online platforms acting as “gatekeepers” in digital markets to comply with wide-ranging obligations. Please see Publication below for more information.

  • Tackling foreign subsidies: new EU rules enter into force

    The EU Foreign Subsidies Regulation (FSR) empowers the European Commission (EC) to review and control subsidies granted by non-EU countries to companies active in the EU. The new rules, which start to apply from 12 July 2023, will have a significant impact on and create new obligations for parties that are participating in transactions and public tenders in the EU and have received foreign financial contributions. Please see Publication below for more information.

  • COVID-19 Key EU Developments, Policy & Regulatory Update No. 94

    This regular update (no. 94 | 19 December 2022 ) covers key regulatory EU developments related to the evolving COVID-19 situation (Antitrust & State Aid; Trade/Export Controls; Medicines, Medical Devices and Personal Protective Equipment; and Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Protection). Please see Publication below for more information.

  • European Regulatory Timeline 2023

    Following the turn of the new year, our UK Regulatory specialists have examined the key regulatory developments in 2023 impacting a range of UK and European firms within the financial services sector. The key dates have been distilled by the Proskauer team in an easy to read timeline with our commentary. Please see full Article below for more information.

  • 6 Sustainability Takeaways in EU Antitrust & Regulatory - December 2022

    Latham lawyers highlight key takeaways and developments in the sustainability space from the second half of the year. Please see full Publication below for more information.

  • Gender diversity on corporate boards (UPDATED)

    What to expect from the new EU Women on Boards Directive, including the practical changes for your management structure and the impact on the national legislation of each Member State. Please see Publication below for more information.

  • The MiCA Proposal at a glance

    The key takeaway of a ground-breaking law to regulate the crypto-assets space. Please see Publication below for more information.

  • EU cracks down on the criminal enforcement of sanctions violations

    With a ninth sanctions package against Russia in the making, the EU’s sustained response to the war in Ukraine has demonstrated that sanctions will remain at the forefront of EU policymaking. The array of sanctions adopted in 2022 is unprecedented (see our dedicated collection on Russia sanctions here), and many businesses with an international footprint are now having to navigate an ever more complex regulatory landscape. Please see Publication below for more information.

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