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New ATOL Bill Paves The Way For Reform
On 22 June 2017, the Air Travel Organisers' Licensing Bill (the "ATOL Bill") was introduced to the House of Commons and given its first reading.
UK
19 Jul 2017
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A Bank's Guide To Freezing Orders
In this article we take a detailed look at freezing orders. Of most concern to lenders will be the obligations that fall on them – as bankers to the respondent which is the subject of the freezing order...
UK
28 Mar 2017
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Key Dates To Look Out For In 2017
With elections in three major European countries, 2017 promises to be a year of even greater political awareness, and potentially upheaval.
European Union
22 Mar 2017
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Government Publishes Its Response To The ATOL Consultation
On 28 October 2016, the Department for Transport ("DfT") launched the first Government consultation on implementation of the new Package Travel Directive ("New PTD").
UK
1 Mar 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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Court Rules To Protect Bankrupts' Pensions
In an eagerly awaited decision, the Court of Appeal ruled earlier today that creditors cannot access a bankrupt's pension benefits which have not come in payment.
UK
17 Oct 2016
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The Wealth Finance Brief July 2016
We begin with a summary of the current law on the continuing effect of a guarantee or a third party security where concessions, waivers or other indulgencies are granted under the underlying facility.
UK
2 Aug 2016
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Restoring Shares To The Bankrupt's Estate
In a recent case the High Court had to deal with how the diminution in value of shares should be assessed on the restoration of the shares to the bankrupt's estate.
UK
1 Aug 2016
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Has The Time Arrived To Consider Taking Security Against Potential Defaulters?
With the cyclical fluctuation in oil and gas commodity prices, the UKCS has had its fair share of E&P companies going insolvent.
UK
25 Jan 2016
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The New Package Travel Directive: A Regulatory Race To The Top
The existing Package Travel Directive (the "Existing Directive") has been around for a very long time.
UK
22 Dec 2015
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After MF Global: Is S 236 Insolvency Act 1986 Extra-territorial?
This article was first published in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law. - See more at: http://www.fieldfisher.com/publications/2015/12/after-mf-global-is-s-236-insolvency-act-1986-extra-territorial#sthash.RAnNHHrk.dpuf
UK
21 Dec 2015
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Derivatives Update: The 2002 ISDA Master Agreement's Jurisdiction Clause
SwissMarine and OW Supply entered into a 2002 ISDA Master Agreement. An event of default under the 2002 ISDA occurred when OW Supply filed for bankruptcy in Denmark on 7 November 2014.
UK
30 Jul 2015
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Football League Insolvency Regulation Changes: A Brief Summary
This note sets out a summary of the new insolvency regulations that the Football League (FL) has agreed to implement in time for the upcoming 2015/16 season.
UK
30 Jul 2015
14
What A Wind Up!
Does Companies House owe a duty of care to a company, where a winding up petition has been incorrectly registered against its name?
UK
27 Apr 2015
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UK Bank Resolution
The principal purpose of the Banking Act 2009 (as amended) was to introduce a special resolution regime in relation to English Banks[1] and English Building Societies.
UK
25 Feb 2015
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Bankruptcy "Tourism": Russian Banks Fail To Annul English Bankruptcy Of Russian Businessman
The London High Court decided on 9 April 2014 that Mr Kekhman, could present his own bankruptcy petition in London even though he was resident and domiciled in Russia.
UK
12 Aug 2014
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What Is The Equity Of Exoneration, And When Is It Important?
The legal concept "equity of exoneration" is essentially an indemnity coupled with a proprietary interest.
UK
10 Mar 2014
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Law Reversed On Pensions Liabilities In Insolvency
On 19 October 2011, we issued an update detailing the Court of Appeal decision that pension schemes will, in some cases, have to be paid before floating chargeholders, preferential creditors, unsecured creditors and even the administrators themselves, where companies become insolvent.
UK
23 Oct 2013
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Game On
The rule established in Goldacre v Nortel is concerned with the ability of landlords to recover rent from those tenants who are in administration.
UK
21 Oct 2013
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Pensions Update: Law Reversed On Pensions Liabilities In Insolvency
On 19 October 2011, we issued an update detailing the Court of Appeal decision that pension schemes will, in some cases, have to be paid before floating chargeholders, preferential creditors, unsecured creditors and even the administrators themselves, where companies become insolvent.
UK
27 Jul 2013
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