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By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
On 4th May 2018, the China Banking & Insurance Regulatory Commission ("CBIRC") issued its ‘Notice of the Launch of Special Remedial Investigation Into Certain Life Insurance Products' ("Notice") ...
By Clyde & Co LLP
Practitioners in the legacy claims market are sensitive to case law and legislation of relevance to them.
By Peter Kasanda, Amalia Lui, Michaela Marandu
In this briefing, we provide highlights of the Tanzania Shipping Agencies Regulations of 2018 as issued by the Tanzania Shipping.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam and Thailand attract the majority of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) spent within The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
By Alain Sfeir, Rizwan Osman, Abdulrahman Al-Ohaly, Shahd Makhafah
The Saudi Council of Ministers has recently approved certain amendments to the Private Health Institutes Law (the Amendments).
By Robert Meakin, Kendall Evans
All too often, construction works are commenced without the parties having finalised the terms of their engagement.
By Jo-Anne Demers, Jérémie Torres-Ceyte
This decision is sure to remain noteworthy in Quebec civil law as it sets out the law on unforeseeability and the scope of good faith ...
By Chris Holme
The #MeToo movement, coupled with a 220% increase in whistleblowing complaints reported to the FCA about "non-financial" behaviour,
By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
Credit guarantee and credit insurance (collectively "Credit Insurance") is an increasingly important tool in China for debt and funding purposes.
By Mark Howard, Terry Saeedi, Paul Hodges, Matthew Ambler
Increases are an important component of a member's pension, but can be costly to fund. In the latest in a line of cases, the Supreme Court ...
By Chris Holme, Sophie Jackson
The below sets out a summary of the requirements which will require action in 2020 for financial years starting in 2019.
By Nassif BouMalhab, Michael Grose, Georges Affaki, Alec Emmerson, Robert Stephen
After much anticipation, the UAE's new Arbitration Law was finally unveiled this year, modernising a law that has been in place since 1992.
By Peter Kasanda, Michaela Marandu, Tenda Msinjili
In this month's legal briefing, we focus on the Microfinance Act 2018 and recent public notices issued by the Bank of Tanzania on Supervision of Microfinance Service Providers.
By Edward Kirk
Commentators have long speculated whether climate change disclosures may result in claims under D&O policies, but such claims have been slow to materialize.
By Jai Sharma
We have received reports that the "YANTIAN EXPRESS ", a 2002 built container vessel flying the German flag, has a significant cargo fire.
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