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Doing Business In The UK
There are a variety of ways of structuring an operation in the UK.
UK
21 Nov 2012
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Directors Duties: A Refresher
When the Companies Act 2006 came into force, company directors were deluged with advice
UK
1 Jun 2012
3
Commercial Contracts
Three recent cases highlighted how important it is for the parties to carefully consider what they would like to achieve under the certain provisions of an agreement
UK
31 May 2012
4
Commercial Agents’ Termination Compensation – Effect Of Future To Assign The Agency
Under the Commercial Agents (Council Directive) Regulations 1993 (the ‘Regulations’), a commercial agent (as defined in the Regulations) is entitled to compensation (or, if so agreed in the agency contract, an indemnity) when the agency ends, save is specified circumstances.
UK
13 Sep 2011
5
Rights Of First Refusal
Such rights are not uncommonly provided for in various types of commercial contract, to address new products becoming available, changes in supply arrangements or the procurement process once the contract expires.
UK
13 Sep 2011
6
Contractual Advantage From Own Breach Not Allowed
In Extra MSA Services Cobham Ltd v Accor UK Economy Hotels Ltd [2011] EWHC 775 (CL) the claimant (a developer) made an application for a declaration of the High Court that the right to terminate an agreement for lease to construct a hotel (the defendant/tenant being a hotel chain) was not conditional on the proper performance by the claimant of its obligations under the agreement.
UK
9 Sep 2011
7
Contracts: Keeping Formalities To A Minimum
A feature of English contract law is the willingness of the court to recognise the realities of commercial life.
UK
8 Sep 2011
8
Director Liability: The Use Of Corporate Directors
A company can act as a director of an English company (known as a ‘corporate director’). Individuals, who would otherwise be directly appointed as directors, can ring fence their liabilities by acting through a corporate director.
UK
8 Sep 2011
9
Entire Agreement Clauses
Entire agreement clauses continue to generate disputes which, in turn, lead to further judicial re-statements and refinements of previous decisions.
UK
8 Sep 2011
10
On Approval of Amendments to the Regulations Governing the operations of Ukrainian Banks
Resolution No. 280 of the NBU Board dated 15.06.2010, "On approval of amendments to the regulations governing the operations of Ukrainian banks" ("Resolution 280").
Ukraine
5 Oct 2010
11
On Transactions Using Special Payment Instruments
Resolution No. 223 of the National Bank of Ukraine ("NBU") Board dated 30.04.2010, "On transactions using special payment instruments" ("Resolution 223").
Ukraine
5 Oct 2010
12
On Amendments to Certain Regulatory Acts of the NBU
Resolution No. 273 of the NBU Board dated 09.06.2010, "On amendments to certain regulatory acts of the National Bank of Ukraine" ("Resolution 273")
Ukraine
28 Sep 2010
13
On the NBU Granting Stabilization Loans to Ukrainian Banks
Resolution No. 327 of the NBU Board dated 13.07.2010, "On approval of the regulations enabling the NBU to grant stabilization loans to Ukrainian banks" ("Resolution 327").
Ukraine
21 Sep 2010
14
Distinctive Features Of Legal Regulations Regarding Cross-Border Financing For Ukrainian Borrowers
The tough currency policy pursued by the National Bank of Ukraine (‘NBU’) is conditioned by the need to maintain and regulate the national currency rate and control and limit the inflow and outflow of foreign currency in the country.
Ukraine
17 Sep 2010
15
Draft Amendment To Stop Russian IPOs Abroad
You can’t pick up the newspapers these days without reading about the difficulty that Russian companies are facing in raising capital. Commercial loans are hard to get and extremely expensive; some lenders charge 20% or more. Similarly, raising capital both within Russia and internationally has become much more difficult and expensive.
Russian Federation
15 Oct 2009
16
Protecting Companies In Challenging Markets
In the current financial climate directors' must be particularly aware of their responsibilities to their company and its employees and the circumstances in which their actions may be open to challenge.
UK
2 Oct 2009
17
Registering Technology Import Contracts In China: The How And The Why
Technology import contracts are contracts that involve the import of technology (“Technology Import Contract” or “Contract”) and include standard intellectual property rights licence contracts, technical service contracts, technical consultancy agreements and cooperative contracts for development, production and/or research.
China
28 Aug 2009
18
Legal Market News Banking And Financial Sector - July, 2009
Resolution of the State Commission for Securities and the Stock Market No. 285 of 17 March 2009 “On approval of the procedure for monitoring the compliance of professional operators on the stock market with the requirements of securities legislation”.
Ukraine
15 Jul 2009
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IFI Update, June 2009 - Part 1
The Privy Council has discussed the basis on which a term will be implied into a contract or other instrument. The particular case concerned the articles of association of a company, but it was made clear that the same approach should apply to the interpretation of contracts and statutory enactments.
UK
14 Jul 2009
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IFI Update, June 2009 - Part 2
The Privy Council has discussed the basis on which a term will be implied into a contract or other instrument. The particular case concerned the articles of association of a company, but it was made clear that the same approach should apply to the interpretation of contracts and statutory enactments.
UK
14 Jul 2009
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