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The Ongoing Tension Between The Rescue Culture And The Protection Of Employee Rights
The EAT drew a distinction between liquidation, where the aim was to dispose of the undertaking and/or its assets, and administration, which has the primary purpose of achieving the continuation of the undertaking in the same hands (i.e. rescuing the company as a going concern).
UK
4 Mar 2011
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Banking And Financial Sector - June, 2009
Salans is a full service international law firm. Salans has its offices in Almaty, Baku, Barcelona, Beijing, Berlin, Bratislava, Bucharest, Budapest, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Kyiv, London, Madrid, Moscow, New York, Paris, Prague, Shanghai, St. Petersburg and Warsaw.
Ukraine
15 Jun 2009
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The Banking Act 2009
Andrew McKnight, Salans' leading Banking and Finance Consultant, takes an in-depth look at the implications of the Banking Act 2009
UK
8 Jun 2009
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Defaults And Workouts Under Commercial Mortgage Loans: The Borrower´s Perspective
This article is designed to identify those issues that a borrower in Central and Eastern Europe should be thinking about if its mortgage loan appears to be heading towards a default situation, and, in the event a default occurs, what the leading considerations of the borrower should be in formulating its strategy to achieve the best possible outcome.
UK
5 Jun 2009
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IFI Update London, August/Octber 2008 - Part 1
The Court of Appeal has considered a number of issues arising from an international sale of goods transaction, including the autonomy of a demand repayment guarantee.
UK
9 Oct 2008
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IFI Update London, August/October 2008 - Part 2
The Court of Appeal has considered a number of issues arising from an international sale of goods transaction, including the autonomy of a demand repayment guarantee.
UK
9 Oct 2008
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