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SFO Announces Charges In Barclays Qatar Capital Raising Case
The Serious Fraud Office ("SFO") announced today that Barclays and four former senior executives have been charged with conspiracy to commit fraud and the provision of unlawful financial assistance.
UK
28 Jun 2017
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SFO v ENRC Judgment Could Signal The Demise Of Business Cooperation With The SFO
Yesterday saw the publication of Mrs Justice Andrews' judgment in the claim brought by the Director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) against Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Ltd.
UK
17 May 2017
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Franchising In Brazil - New Formality Requirements For Franchise Agreements With Arbitration Clauses
Adhesion contracts are contracts that are characterized by a lack of equality between the parties where one party typically dictates the contractual terms to the other party.
Brazil
17 Mar 2017
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Rolls-Royce - Cooperation Not Confession Unlocks DPA
The Serious Fraud Office has entered into a significant Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) with Rolls-Royce PLC. Approved in principle by Sir Brian Leveson QC on 16 January 2017.
UK
22 Feb 2017
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Government Launches Consultation On Implementing The New Package Travel Directive
The New PTD was formally adopted by the EU on 25 November 2015. It represents the biggest change in the regulation of package holidays...
UK
10 Nov 2016
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FIDIC DAB Enforcement - Pay Now, Argue Later Re-Affirmed
A team from Fieldfisher LLP, led by disputes partner Colin Gibson, recently secured an enforcement of a DAB Decision in arbitration by way of a Final Partial Award after the contractor refused to pay.
Worldwide
6 Jul 2016
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Online Traders Must Comply With New EU Online Dispute Resolution Requirements
As part of the European Union's drive to encourage the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in consumer disputes, the European Commission has developed a new online dispute resolution (ODR) platform...
European Union
6 Jun 2016
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Online Traders Must Comply With New EU ODR Requirements
The launch of the platform means that online traders must now comply with certain requirements contained in the EU Regulation on Consumer ODR ("ODR Regulation").
UK
27 Apr 2016
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Court Reforms And Arbitration: Courting Disaster
Three recent cases reveal the difficulties practitioners face in understanding how the law will be applied by the courts.
UK
20 Oct 2014
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Enforcement Of Overseas Judgments In England: Commercial Court Provides New Guidance
There are many countries with whom England has no reciprocal arrangements for the recognition and enforcement of their judgments in England.
UK
7 Aug 2014
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Getting It Wrong - Yet Another Arbitration Clause Fails The Test
Time and again the English court has been asked to interpret and enforce an arbitration clause in an agreement only to decide that clause is not valid.
UK
7 Aug 2014
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Increased Minority Shareholder Protection And The Quasi Partnership
Every minority shareholder in a company has the right to complain if its rights have been unfairly prejudiced.
UK
7 Aug 2014
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Deferred Prosecution Agreements: A Brave New World For Commercial Organisations
Deferred Prosecution Agreements became available for use on 24 February 2014.
UK
14 Mar 2014
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Success Fees – An Unsuccessful Negotiation
Another engagement letter has resulted in a dispute in the High Court.
UK
17 Feb 2014
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Abort Fees In Engagement Letters – A Case Study
Following recent litigation in the High Court concerning the payment of an abort fee in a nomad and broker's engagement letter for an IPO, we thought it might be useful to review the key facts of the case and raise points to consider when drafting abort fees in engagement letters in general.
UK
23 Oct 2013
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Health And Safety Fines Bulletin 2 October 2013
The fines and costs which may flow from a safety related incident can be significant, not to mention the reputational stigma which the company will suffer.
UK
11 Oct 2013
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England Embraces Contingency Fees
Litigation funding rules in England and Wales changed radically 6 months ago enabling lawyers to share to a greater extent than ever before the costs risk of litigation with their clients.
UK
10 Oct 2013
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Negotiating Or Mediating Your Agreement – Don't Stop Until It Is Legally Binding
A recent English case at the Court of Appeal illustrates the need to spend the necessary time documenting precisely what has been agreed or, where that is just not possible, ensuring that those involved understand the need for further work to be undertaken to conclude an agreement.
UK
30 Sep 2013
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Arbitration in China – Recent CIETAC Developments
The China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, headquartered in Beijing, is the largest arbitration commission in China and internationally the most widely known.
UK
24 Sep 2013
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