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Mayer Brown
The European Commission is reviewing the application of EU competition law to distribution, purchasing and other so-called 'vertical' agreements between par
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
Parties benefit from a broad freedom in nominating arbitrators. In the context of an arbitration seated in France, the French law principle of égalité (equality) ...
Mayer Brown
An article by James Whitaker about directors' duties during the pandemic and the rise in punitive claims.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
"The simple truth is that there's a limit to what the government can, perhaps even should, do to arrest the shock our economy is suffering," Howard said.
Taylor Vinters
None of us knows what the future holds. Should you lose mental capacity and become unable to make decisions, permanently or temporarily...
Taylor Vinters
The starting point in sorting out any divorce settlement is for each party to give a full and frank disclosure of all of their assets.
Taylor Vinters
The high profile departure from Instagram of founders Systrom and Krieger (following a dispute with Facebook about the app's future direction) was a stark reminder of the conflicts that ...
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
Almost no part of the business world has escaped the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The lockdowns that sought to control the spread of the virus had the side effect of sucking demand out...
Executive's remuneration consists of fixed and variable elements. The fixed element component of Executive compensation consists of the base salary and pension of the executives.
MJ Hudson
If the COVID-19 pandemic has shown us anything, it is the importance of the community in which we live and work
Giambrone & Partners
The immense pressure that businesses are under with the double impact of the potential no-deal Brexit and the effects of the coronavirus pandemic is often most keenly felt when a husband and wife work within their own business.
Giambrone & Partners
Divorce is nearly always a distressing process and if a business is involved fairly dividing the assets can become complex.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
For over a century, U.K. company law has enabled a company to propose, to its creditors or shareholders, a compromise or arrangement of their rights which, if approved by the requisite majority...
Withers LLP
Earlier this year, the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited ("SEHK") issued a Consultation Paper to propose the admission of listing applicants with corporate shareholders
Gilson Gray
Reviewing business structure need not take long and does not have to be expensive. Often all it takes is a few straightforward changes to be put in place.
Leigh Day
Law firm Leigh Day has announced that it is investigating potential legal action on behalf of families in England and Scotland against the UK's largest care home ...
Clyde & Co
The Companies, facing liabilities of more than $30 million, were placed into voluntary liquidation in the BVI by Mr Sevilleja later that year.
Mayer Brown
So you have a freezing order against a start-up company, now what? Can that start-up use the assets which are the subject of your order, or any of its other assets, ...
Mayer Brown
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, directors of companies across all industry sectors, ranging from small family enterprises to large multinationals, have been working flat out to keep businesses afloat.
Walker Morris
On 1 July 2020, the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) issued a Press Release stating that it had partnered with the Investor Forum to publish
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