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Kennedys Law LLP
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) has gone "all in" to establish itself as a leading venue for international arbitrations, riding the current wave of popularity for resolving international commercial disputes through arbitration.
British Virgin Islands
Walkers
The Judge rejected Kirkland's submissions.
O'Neal Webster
Freezing orders are one of the most important weapons in a court's arsenal to prevent parties from disposing of or dissipating assets to ensure they will be available to satisfy a potential future money judgment.
Carey Olsen
In recent years, the Courts of the British Virgin Islands have seen an increase in the number of applications for interim receiverships.
Cayman Islands
Collas Crill
The Board of the Privy Council (Board) recently handed down its decision in Shanda Games[1], a case involving the determination of "fair value" of shares pursuant to s.2i38...
Conyers
In HML PM Ltd v. Canary Riverside Estate Management Ltd and another EWHC, [2019] 3496 (QB) the High Court dismissed an application for an interim injunction to restrain defendants from using allegedly
Guernsey
Ogier
Chris Hards, senior associate in Ogier's Guernsey Private Wealth team, recently shared his insights into asset holding structures and nuptial agreements in cross-border divorce
Hong Kong
DLA Piper
On 10 February 2020, the Hong Kong Labour Department issued a press release clarifying the position on whether the coronavirus amounts...
Herbert Smith Freehills
As part of the Legislative Council's Information Technology Strategy Plan, The Court Proceedings (Electronic Technology) Bill (Bill), which was gazetted on 27 December 2019
Isle of Man
DQ Advocates
December 2019 saw the Isle of Man FSA publish its new "Enforcement Decision Making Process" (DMP). The DMP is a staged process followed by the FSA when exercising its statutory powers of enforcement.
Jersey
Ogier
Ogier's Global Head of Dispute Resolution and Contentious Trusts Rachael Reynolds was named Offshore Litigator of the Year at last night's Citywealth International Finance Centre awards.
Mauritius
Appleby
Appleby acted for the successful Respondent in the landmark decision of Mauritian Eagle Leasing Company Ltd v Boojhawon B. (2019 SCJ 347) delivered by Judge O.B. Madhub
United Arab Emirates
STA Law Firm
Over the recent few years, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has seen sweeping changes within the society and its economy.
STA Law Firm
Victims feel progressively baffled and estranged by our current frameworks for justice.
STA Law Firm
The Ministry of Law and Justice of India has passed a notification on 17 January 2020 in the official Gazette of India declaring United Arab Emirates...
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
The Indian Government has on 17 January 2020 issued a gazette notification that foreign civil judgments passed by courts in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) can now be executed in Indian courts
STA Law Firm
Indian Ministry of Law and Justice (Department of Legal Affairs) vide Extraordinary Gazette on 17 January 2020 has declared the United Arab Emirates to be a reciprocating territory.
DLA Piper
On 17 January 2020, the Indian Ministry of Law and Justice published a notification in the official gazette, which means that judgments rendered by both the onshore and offshore Courts of the UAE
Hassan Elhais
Damages in personal injury claims are directly proportional to the negligence of the defendant. However, can you claim damages if it was your fault and not the other party?
STA Law Firm
Liquidated damages while not present in every contract, there will arise occasions where liquidated damages are mentioned within contracts and provide necessary assurance and security
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