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09 Nov 2018
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02 Nov 2018
Simmons & Simmons has advised the Joint Bookrunners on a €500mn issue of Green Bonds by Royal Schiphol Group N.V. (Schiphol). Schiphol is the first airport in Europe to sell green-labelled debt and will use the money to invest in the sustainability of its airports.
29 Oct 2018
The Singapore team of international law firm Simmons & Simmons has advised Phillip Capital Management (S) Ltd on the successful launch of the Phillip SING Income ETF (ETF).
An overview of two technical papers which explain certain legal implications in the event of a no-deal exit from the EU.
A parent company was not entitled to recover input VAT incurred in relation to the sale of shares in a subsidiary to raise funds to pay off a creditor.
French court surprisingly withdrew a court order granting infringement seizure on the ground that the patentee request was not supported by sufficient evidence for the infringement suspicion. It is not clear whether the court intended to hamper patentees’ access to infringement seizure or if this decision was simply motivated by the specifics of the case.
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