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Extension of the sanctions relief provided for in the Joint Plan of Action between the P5+1 and the Islamic Republic of Iran
On 18 July 2014, the P5+1 (the US, the UK, Germany, France, Russia and China) agreed with Iran to extend their commitments under the Joint Plan of Action.
The mid-year trends in global antitrust enforcement paint a daunting picture for businesses currently caught in the crosshairs of a cartel investigation.
The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of a sovereign state restructuring on credit default swaps.
The English commercial court has denied an application to set aside an anti-suit injunction restraining a defendant from pursuing litigation against a claimant in an Israeli court.
Prioritisation and globalisation drive higher fine totals from fewer investigations.
While dealmaking remained generally quiet in most markets in Q3, there are signs that capital flows are shifting from emerging to more mature markets.
The South African government has announced plans to limit the right of foreign investors to commence international arbitration against the government.
The Abu Dhabi Commercial Conciliation and Arbitration Centre circulated a draft version of its new arbitration rules in September 2013.
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.
The Democratic Republic of Congo is the 150th state to accede to the Convention on Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards, more commonly called the New York Convention.
The Federal- and Emirate-level legislative framework is now complete to permit the launch of Abu Dhabi’s new financial free zone, the Abu Dhabi Global Market.
With fresh economic concerns denting confidence and an eruption of political protest in the Middle East and Latin America, it is hardly surprising that deal markets remain quiet.
How much is too much? A call for global principles to guide to the punishment of international cartels download
Few issues engender as much debate in antitrust circles as the concern of overlapping punishment of cartel offenders in international cartel cases.
The notion of the state sharing production of oil and gas with companies as part of a commercial enterprise was first developed in Bolivia in the 1950s.
The revised Equator Principles (EP-III) will take effect from 4 June 2013.
A recent memorandum provides a useful summary of how money judgments can be enforced between the DIFC Courts and the English Commercial Court.