Connected cars: Navigating the competition law implications

A defining element of the digital economy is that services are provided for free to consumers. The quid pro quo is that the service supplier (for example, Google) can monetize the data generated by the consumer, often in ways in which the consumer is not fully aware. Based on this business model, future car manufacturers … More Connected cars: Navigating the competition law implications

EY appoints Steven Verschuur as partner to lead on EU State aid, competition and trade law

EY is pleased to have appointed former Magic Circle lawyer Steven Verschuur as partner to lead on EU State aid, competition and trade law, further bolstering our global law practice. He will be based in Brussels. Steven joins from Clifford Chance, where he served as Head of Competition in the Amsterdam practice from September 2012, dividing his … More EY appoints Steven Verschuur as partner to lead on EU State aid, competition and trade law

A global 360 on restrictive covenants: EY’s Labor & Employment Law Newsletter – July 2015

In today’s highly competitive business world, firms understand the importance of placing restrictions on employees to protect confidential information. Yet, many are not aware of the divergence in legal provisions across the globe. In this edition of the Labor & Employment Law Newsletter, our 360° world tour sets out to help companies better understand their … More A global 360 on restrictive covenants: EY’s Labor & Employment Law Newsletter – July 2015