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Clyde & Co
This quarter, we cover secondments into the UK, and have updates from Australia, Hong Kong, India, Qatar and the UAE on a variety of issues.
Clyde & Co
Vessel hijackings for fuel theft are on the rise – particularly in Southeast Asia.
Clyde & Co
The claim is the second action brought by the Claimants against the Defendants arising from a series of time charterparties entered into between 2004 and 2007, when market rates were substantially higher than they are today.
Reed Smith
Our prior posts looked at the Amarin Pharma, Inc. v. United States Food and Drug Administration lawsuit, which raises issues regarding the First Amendment and how it applies to speech by drug and device manufacturers regarding "off-label" uses.
Reed Smith
The oil industry group Leadership for Energy Automated Processing (LEAP) has published its Northwest Europe Barge General Terms and Conditions (GTCs).
Reed Smith
Sunday marked the fourth anniversary since Deutsche Bank successfully brought to market Deco 2011-CSPK ("Chiswick Park").
Reed Smith
Residential landlords of properties in Wales need to be aware of the extra regulatory burden that applies to them and particularly because breach could be a criminal offence.
Marks & Clerk
The usual course in the UK is for patent infringement and validity proceedings to be heard together. Often one is a counterclaim to the other.
Dentons
On 26 March 2015, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) published a consultation paper titled "The balance of payments between television platforms and public service broadcasters – options for deregulation".
Field Fisher Waterhouse
The Cabinet Office launches an initiative that will provide grants to increase the sustainability of around 250 organisations working in the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Recently the GSMA published a document promoting a user-centric privacy framework for the mobile eco-system in response to the convergence of the mobile and web industries.
Wedlake Bell
As the sun shines and the holiday season is upon us, employers are likely to face a number of tricky questions from workers regarding their holiday rights.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Advances in technology, Big Data and the Internet of Things are converging in the car and vehicle manufacturing industry to produce "connected and autonomous vehicles".
BDO LLP
HMRC's Employee benefit trust settlement opportunity (EBTSO) expires on 31 March 2015.
Dentons
Two years ago, the International Chamber of Commerce launched the URBPO – the Uniform Rules for Bank Payment Obligations.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
On June 17, 2015, the Financial Conduct Authority issued a call for input, asking two specific questions on digital and mobile solutions for financial services...
Clyde & Co
A worker was seriously injured whilst using a tool which had been hired from the claimant. The claimant was insured under a public and products liability policy issued by the defendant insurer.
Field Fisher Waterhouse
The FA Regulations on working with Intermediaries (the "FA IRs") came into force on 1 April 2015. This was as a result of FIFA's recently introduced FIFA Intermediaries Regulations (the "FIFA IRs").
Deloitte
In September 2015 the EU Commission is expected to bring forward a legislative proposal in on ‘high-quality' securitisation as part of the Capital Markets Union.
Dentons
The MiFID 2 package takes effect (with a few exceptions) from 3 January 2017. We still await key technical measures.
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Withers LLP
The case of Vaughan-Jones v Vaughan-Jones illustrates two ways to get a deed of variation badly wrong.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
From January 2016, UK companies incorporated under the Companies Acts will be required to obtain and hold a register of all persons who exercise "significant control" over the company.
Smith & Williamson
The announcement says that HMRC has withdrawn a previous concession
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
It has been confirmed that the correct and only test for testamentary capacity is that as outlined in the case of Banks v Goodfellow.
Fenwick Elliott LLP
Since being endorsed by the Office of Government Commerce in 2013, NEC3 has fast become the standard form of choice for construction and maintenance works in the public sector, as well as being used occasionally in the private sector for major engineering projects.
Reed Smith
As the Financial Times notes, "falls in European interest rates into negative territory could profoundly affect the workings of the financial system …".
Withers LLP
Davies v Davies pitched one brother, James (57), against his mother and four siblings in a proprietary estoppel claim to a farm, which the family had farmed 'for generations'.
Reed Smith
The Court of Appeal recently considered the interpretation of conflicting fitness for purpose and reasonable skill and care provisions in a contract for a large engineering and construction project.
Dentons
Strengthening the compliance function within firms is a key focus of MiFID 2. In an article for World Securities Law Report, Christina Pope and Emma Radmore look at the changes firms will see.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
It is an established principle of English contract law that the signature of the parties to an agreement is not a prerequisite to the existence of contractual relations.
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