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By Graeme Preston, Alexis Papasolomontos
We have listed below, our top 10 predictions for 2017 for the M&A markets in Japan and Southeast Asia. Recent trends suggest an overall positive outlook for deal making activity across the region...
By Graeme Preston, Alexis Papasolomontos
Welcome to the latest edition of our Japan Corporate Quarterly Update – our round up of recent corporate updates from our global network.
By Graeme Preston, Alexis Papasolomontos
Welcome to the latest edition of our Japan Corporate Quarterly Update – our round up of recent corporate updates from our global network.
By Graeme Preston, Alexis Papasolomontos
日本季刊版コーポレート・アップデート(当事務所のグ。ローバル・ネットワークが提供するコーポレート関連の最近動向総まとめ)の最
By Graeme Preston, Alexis Papasolomontos, Elisa Hayashi, Filip Gavanski
The European Commission recently published the much anticipated preliminary report in its e-commerce sector inquiry.
By Peter Godwin, David Gilmore, Emma Kratochvilova, Mike McClure, Conal McFadyen
During the recent Brexit debate in the UK, one of the politicians leading the 'OUT' campaign, Michael Gove, famously said that the British public "have had enough of experts."
By Peter Godwin, Emma Kratochvilova, David Gilmore, Mike McClure, Noe Minamikata
The Report details the Development Bureau's findings, which generally support the proposed terms of the SOPL.
By Peter Godwin, Emma Kratochvilova, David Gilmore, Mike McClure, Jean Hamilton-Smith
The English High Court decision in Saga Cruises BDF Ltd & Anor v Fincantieri SpA emphasises that unless there is concurrent delay affecting a contractor's completion date, the contractor will not be entitled to an extension of time.
By Peter Godwin, David Gilmore, Emma Kratochvilova, Mike McClure, Michael Mendelblat
There is no universally accepted template for a Letter of Intent and very often parties will adopt their own bespoke form.
By Peter Godwin, David Gilmore, Emma Kratochvilova, Mike McClure
In the recent case of ZVI Construction v The University of Notre Dame (USA) the English High Court, Technology & Construction Court ("TCC"), held that a party cannot simply rely on the terms...
By Peter Godwin, David Gilmore, Christopher Hunt, Emma Kratochvilova, Elaine Wong, Bree Farrugia, Conal McFadyen
ここ数カ月において、世界各地で仲裁に積極的な判断が下されており、自社の紛争解決メカニズムに仲裁を取り入れることを検討中の日本
By Peter Godwin, David Gilmore, Christopher Hunt, Emma Kratochvilova, Elaine Wong, Bree Farrugia, Conal McFadyen
This newsletter summarises some examples from the UK, Hong Kong and Singapore.
By Peter Godwin, David Gilmore, Christopher Hunt, Emma Kratochvilova, Elaine Wong, Bree Farrugia, Ben Jolley, Vikram Shah
For clients currently engaged, or looking to do business, in India, there are complex legal and regulatory frameworks, dispute resolution and management considerations.
By Peter Godwin, David Gilmore, Christopher Hunt, Emma Kratochvilova, Elaine Wong, Bree Farrugia, Eriko Kadota
Cross-border litigation has seen a boost with the ratification of the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements by Singapore in June this year, following the establishment of the Singapore International Commercial Court in 2015.
By Peter Godwin, Christopher Hunt, Elaine Wong, David Gilmore, Emma Kratochvilova, Bree Farrugia, James Robson
Two of the biggest challenges for parties involved in dispute resolution – whether arbitration or litigation – are the length of time involved and the cost of the process.