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By Lada Shelkovnikova, Robert Williams
Owning a hotel or resort may be a dream. Once you have fallen in love with a project, which is often a prerequisite, there is much to consider such as location, segment, size, service concept,
By Michael Rueda
The company did apparently raise more than $4 million from investors.
By Clyde Tinnen
Today, Jan. 3, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Celgene announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement ...
By Michael Rueda
After 2018 brought an end to some major long-standing legal disputes in sports, such as a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that opened the door for sports betting,the new year is set to see more developments
By Sharon Whitehouse
On 25 November 2018, both the draft Withdrawal Agreement and the non-binding Political Declaration on future EU-UK relations were endorsed by EU27 leaders at an EU summit in Brussels.
By Polly Chu
All land in Hong Kong (with the exception of St. John's Cathedral, the only freehold property in Hong Kong) is leasehold property.
By Clyde Tinnen
What's ahead for the crypto space in 2019? More clarity, but also more guidance and stiffer fraud penalties, regulators and legal experts predict.
By Ben Simpson
Why do I need separate advice given my company will be engaging advisers for the IPO?
By Michael Rueda, Tim Piscatelli
On Thursday December 6th, the U.S. Soccer Foundation (the "Foundation") sued the U.S. Soccer Federation (the "Federation") in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
By Brett Frankle
As highlighted by many commentators during the Good Divorce Campaign, last week, ‘a good divorce' is a bit of an oxymoron.
By Gillian Johnson
Barnardo's, like many other charity employers funding final salary pension scheme deficits, was seeking to reduce its funding costs to its final salary pension scheme by altering the measure by which future pension...
By Jennifer Dickson
When a child's life is turned upside down by an acrimonious divorce, school is often their one constant, and this is something which can often be overlooked.
By Katharine Landells
Research shows that when a couple splits up the emotions most commonly experienced include confusion, shock, guilt, frustration, grief, loss, resentment, anger, rejection, shame and relief.
By Amanda Bell
Despite best intentions, managing contact arrangements for children can quite easily become the unintended depository of unresolved conflict between you and your former partner.
By Suzanne Todd
I am delighted that the Resolution Awareness campaign this year focuses on how separating or divorcing parents can limit the impact of conflict on their children.
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