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Holding Redlich
When agreeing to Switch Bills of Lading, ensure that your rights are protected & not exposed to any unintended consequences.
Holding Redlich
New regulations for the execution and witnessing of documents via audio visual links have been passed in Victoria.
Holding Redlich
If a party to a contract is to act in good faith, then say so, and then go further and define what good faith is to mean.
Holding Redlich
Recent forum was themed Agility, Resilience, Impact – reflecting the challenges 2020 has brought to businesses.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Company directors must take an active interest in company operations and ensure best practice corporate governance.
Cooper Grace Ward
The safe harbour provisions may provide some protection, during COVID-19, from directors' insolvent trading liability.
BRI Ferrier
Advice for charities struggling in this pandemic including a discussion about temporary safe harbour provisions.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Discussion about the ongoing reform of Australian merger regulations debate ending with key propositions.
China
AnJie Law Firm
The SAMR maintained a consistently rigorous and prudent attitude towards merger control review in 2019.
Llinks Law Offices
On 1 January 2020, the Foreign Investment Law of the People's Republic of China ("FIL") came into force.
Allbright Law Office
Corporate compliance is becoming increasingly important in China, especially with the expected nationwide full implementation of the social credit system (SCS) by the end of 2020.
TMF Group
Business start-up costs are further reduced in Shanghai thanks to the proliferation of electronic licenses and seals. But while the technology brings many conveniences, it's important to note its limitations.
Hong Kong
Mayer Brown
The Asset publishes the first part of an article discussing the social element of ESG, authored by Corporate & Securities partner Mark Uhrynuk and foreign registered lawyer Alexander Burdulia (both Hong Kong).
Gall
For directors, the winding up of a company could be judgment day when their past misdeeds come back to haunt them.
Mayer Brown
For a long time, the growth of the private equity industry in Hong Kong has been hampered by its outdated Limited Partnership Ordinance (Cap. 37) (LPO), which is ill-suited to accommodate the...
India
S&R Associates
Since the advent of the Companies Act, 2013, the governmental authorities in India have often adopted a proactive approach, and proposed and implemented various measures to facilitate ease of doing business for companies operating in India.
Trilegal
Entities proposing to undertake a rights issue (Issuer) are required to adhere to certain requirements specified by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
IndusLaw
As recent as six months ago, only robbers entered banks in hazmat suits. Today, we all do. COVID-19 has created "new normals" in every aspect of life, including in economies, markets, businesses, and the funds that power them.
Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co
The Bombay High Court has recently rejected the objections to the enforcement of a foreign award on the ground of the award being in violation of the public policy of India,...
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
The global pandemic outbreak of coronavirus has become an unprecedented event that has led to unexpected restrictions on the citizens individually, as well as...
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