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By Ben Parkin
The recent case of Anthony McGann v Michael Bisping [2017] EWHC 2951 received more column inches than most contractual disputes.
By Laura Cooke
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been conducting a review of the operation of the FSCS, seeking views as to how to reduce the number and value of claims falling to the FSC ...
By Gareth Horne, Daniel Robinson
The New South Wales Court of Appeal has recently handed down a unanimous decision endorsing the approach taken in Stealth Enterprises on the issue of non-disclosure.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Guardian Asset Management ("GAM") advanced a commercial loan to the Deslauriers in October 2007 for development.
By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
On 7 May 2018, the China Banking & Insurance Regulatory Commission (C-BIRC) issued its Guidance in Respect of the Development of Personal Income Tax-Deferred Pension (Insurance) Products (the Guidance).
By Benjamin Smith
In an effort to enhance its compliance with Federal Law No.4 of 2002 regarding Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting Financing of Terrorism, the Dubai Creative Clusters Authority...
By Christopher Smith
Directors and officers have a wide range of statutory and common law duties and obligations. They include the following:
By Mark Howard
The FCA remains "extremely concerned" about firms exploiting consumers' lack of knowledge when transferring from defined benefit schemes.
By Janette McLennan, Gemma Coulson
The number of securities class actions filed in Australia and in the United States of America remains steady, but it is still rare for these class actions to proceed to hearings ...
By Roderic McLauchlan, Tahsin Najam
Canada's federal Cannabis Act is expected to come into force late in the summer of 2018, effectively decriminalising recreational use of marijuana.
By Henning Schaloske
After the United States and Australia, Germany is one of the most litigious countries in the world when it comes to D&O liability.
By Laura Cooke, Francesca Morley
As cross-border enforcement investigations become more prevalent, the decision by the United States Court of Appeal for the Second Circuit in US v Allen ...
By Mark Howard
As a response to the high profile BHS case, the Government intends to give more powers to the Pensions Regulator which could increase the burden on directors and officers of sponsoring employers.
By Mark Sutton, Karen Boto
Recent headlines have been dominated by grave allegations of sexual misconduct across all areas of business, media and political life. For businesses facing allegations related ...
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