Circular economy: new EU and UK measures
Emma Bichet, Fergal Duggan and Jack Eastwood
This article summarises the key proposals in the EU’s Circular Economy Package I, looks at similar initiatives in the UK and provides some practical advice for businesses seeking to understand the potential effects of these initiatives.
First, do no harm: EU proposes new rules on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence
Max Lees, Juan Nascimbene, Emma Bichet and Fergal Duggan
In this blog, Cooley’s international products and public international law specialists review the European Commission’s proposal for a Directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence and its practical implications for product manufacturers, and their directors.
For What It’s Earth: A quick introduction to ESG for those working in products
In this blog, we get to grips with what ESG is and why it matters for our clients.
Technology and Sustainability in the spotlight: European Commission adopts 2022 Work Programme
Fergal Duggan and Tracey Bischofberger
The European Commission has adopted its 2022 Work Programme. As expected, technology and sustainability are both high on the agenda with the Commission setting out a bold vision for a digitally-empowered, green Europe. We take a look at some of the most critical proposals for those working in the products sphere below. So, what’s coming down the pipeline?
EU and AI – Navigating the European Approach
Get access to Cooley’s webinar on the European Commission’s White Paper on Artificial Intelligence
WEBCAST: EU and AI – Navigating the European Approach
Cooley’s international products law team are pleased to announce the fourth event in its webinar series. This webinar will look at the European Union’s approach to Artificial Intelligence including the impact of the European Commission’s White Paper on Artificial Intelligence. The team will be joined by members of Cooley’s Technology […]
COVID-19 – Cooley’s multi-disciplinary response team and resources
Our dedicated multi-disciplinary team are on hand to get you through the COVID-19 crisis
Cash for the Crash
UK Government offers cash grants to help companies prepare for the UK “crashing out” of the EU without a deal.
Danger! Danger! Low Voltage
In January 2019, the European Commission launched a public consultation to evaluate whether the Low Voltage Directive is fit for purpose.
EU resolution calls for connected vehicles to open up the innovation throttle
Fergal Duggan and Olivia Flasch
In a non-binding resolution adopted in January 2019, MEPs called for faster innovation in the automated transport sector.