Several leading law firms have worked together to develop a best practice industry approach to drafting security documents.
In the negotiation of complex agreements, clauses providing for agreed damages on termination can be a sticking point.
These PPSA model clauses by 5 law firms set out suggested clauses and definitions for certain core provisions of a GSA.
Breaches of franchise agreements are not tolerated and can be enforced by swift and decisive injunctive legal action.
A recent review of the Franchising Code is considering (among other things) the enforcement of the Franchising Code.
China's Ministry of Commerce on April 16, 2013 announced the clearance of the acquisition by Glencore International plc of Xstrata plc subject to certain remedies.
The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion has issued the Consolidated Foreign Direct Investment Policy.
Management and Administration of the Indian Companies Act, 1956" regulates Arbitration, Compromises, Arrangements and Reconstructions as covered under Section 390-396A of the said Act.
The Draft Bill on Trade covers ten main issues in all aspects of trading which are currently under separate regulations,.
In this article, the author aims to briefly analyze the main strategies available for mitigating some of the legal risks faced when doing business in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The Companies Office is re-thinking its proposed service level standards to register prospectuses and related documents.
The new Companies Office prospectus registration procedures could possibly be inconsistent with the Securities Act 1978.
Alternate directors may become even more popular when these New Zealand resident director requirements become operative.
The article summarizes recommendations and key proposals in the Law Commission' s report of a review of NZ trust law.
New Zealand has traditionally had a good track record of keeping things confidential.
The need for a shareholder to show that he was acting in good faith was the issue that was considered in the decision.
On 5 December 2012, the Vietnamese Ministry of Finance (MOF) issued Circular No. 212/2012/TT-BTC.