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By Nigel Farr, Tim West, Nish Dissanayake, Stephen Newby
The post below summarises the latest Brexit developments related to asset management.
By Antonio Pastor
The decision recently delivered in the case Central Santa Lucia L.C. v. Meliá Hotels International S.A., brought before the First Instance Court of Palma de Mallorca, is one of the first rendered by a European court.
By Gareth Thomas, Dominic Geiser, Jojo Fan, Priya Aswani
The UK Supreme Court has recently upheld a claim for breach of the so-called Quincecare duty of care, which requires a financial institution to refrain from executing a customer's payment
By Matthew White, Fiona Sawyer
It's impossible to have missed that, despite the intentions of the Fixed Term Parliament Act 2011, the UK is about to experience its third General Election in less than five years.
By Fatim Jumabhoy, Narendra Adiyasa, Tess Lumsdaine, Rebecca Lim
in Singapore, the upcoming changes to compensation limit increases in the Work Injury Compensation Act
By Geoffrey Maddock, Barnaby Hinnigan, Alison Matthews, Grant Murtagh
In February 2019, EIOPA published a series of recommendations (the "Recommendations") for the insurance sector relating to the UK's withdrawal from the EU (see our earlier blog post here).
By Jonathan Ripley-Evans
International Arbitration Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of South Africa, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
By Brenda Horrigan, Antony Crockett, Mitchell Dearness
The Joint Standing Committee on Treaties ("JSCOT") of the Australian Parliament has just released Report No. 186 examining three treaties: the Free Trade Agreement between Australia and Hong Kong
By Hayley Brady
The Court of Appeal has unanimously held that the court has jurisdiction to order an interim payment on account of costs pursuant to CPR 44.2 where a Part 36 offer has been accepted within the relevant offer period.
By Rod Fletcher, Susannah Cogman, Daniel Hudson, Brian Spiro, Kate Meakin, Graham More
Welcome to the Autumn 2019 edition of our corporate crime update – our round up of developments in relation to corruption, money laundering, fraud, sanctions and related matters.
By Herbert Smith Freehills
While the risks of a no-deal Brexit on the 31 October 2019 have greatly diminished, a no-deal Brexit is still firmly on the table for that date or, perhaps more likely, a future date.
By Charlotte Dyer, Fiona Sawyer
Compulsory purchase is sometimes necessary for development to proceed but it can be confusing for those who are unfamiliar with the process.
By William Hallatt, Hannah Cassidy, Natalie Curtis, Mark Robinson, Sheena Loi, Michael Tan, Valerie Tao
The terms and conditions will be imposed by way of licensing conditions
By Susannah Cogman, Kate Meakin, Kathryn Boyd
In our Corporate Crime & Investigations podcast we look to bring you timely and incisive commentary on key developments in the CC&I space.
By Herbert Smith Freehills
Revisiting over 150 years of case law, the High Court has resolved a question on which both the courts and textbooks had given conflicting answers: is a director's liability...
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