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Dormant pots carry a significant administration and cost burden for pension schemes.
The South African government has announced plans to limit the right of foreign investors to commence international arbitration against the government.
The Competition Commission has been conducting a market investigation into statutory audit services and has been reviewing clauses in loan agreements relating to the appointment of auditors.
A High Court decision gives some useful guidance about the extent of a facility agent’s duties and a warning of the potential risks if a facility agent acts outside the scope of those duties.
In the next decade, a fifth of existing UK generating capacity will come offline. DECC estimates electricity demand growth of 30–100 per cent by 2050.
The Abu Dhabi Commercial Conciliation and Arbitration Centre circulated a draft version of its new arbitration rules in September 2013.
Aggressive tax management by multinationals, however legal, is in the public and political spotlight like never before, presenting clear reputational risks for M&A dealmakers.
One year into the auto-enrolment regime, some of the complexities encountered so far by employers in practice will shortly be ironed out.
These obligations cover several aspects, from isolated acts that come under the umbrella of general loyalty to acts to be accounted for with regard to non-competition requirements.
Allen & Overy looks at the new Fair Deal policy and its implications for employers tendering for contracts to provide public services.
Recent developments have further increased pressure in the EU for safe harbour reform.
The Antitrust Division obtained more than $1.02bn (£630m) in criminal fines in fiscal year 2013, which officially closed yesterday.
The Central Bank of Russia has published amendments to Regulation 395-P regulating banks’ capital that revised certain of its current requirements for subordinated debt instruments.
The DWP has updated its guidance on certifying money purchase and defined-benefit schemes for auto-enrolment.
Court of Appeal remits the decision to impose a prohibition order on an individual to the Upper Tribunal
In FCA v David Hobbs, the Court of Appeal decided to remit to the Upper Tribunal the question of whether a prohibition order should be imposed on a trader.
The Supreme Court has confirmed a more pragmatic and claimant-friendly approach to the circumstances in which the courts will grant an order for alternative service.
In Derek Hodd Ltd v Climate Change Capital Ltd  EWHC 1665 (Ch) the defendant disputed the identity of both parties to a contract.
The Court of Appeal has allowed an appeal in a case concerning the extent to which a guarantee still applies if the guaranteed contract has been varied.
The High Court ruled that the true construction of the standard definition of shares in a charge document did not extend to rights under a shareholder loan agreement.
Supreme Court confirms power to grant declaratory and anti-suit injunctive relief even where no arbitration is commenced or proposed
The Supreme Court has confirmed the jurisdiction of the English courts to declare that a claim can only properly be brought in arbitration.