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Six years after the height of the financial crisis, managing regulatory risk remains the main preoccupation of banks — and it’s set to stay that way for some time.
Digital technology and big data might help the industry reboot its relationship with patients and loosen its dependence on old-fashioned blockbuster drug development.
Africa may ultimately prove to have benefited from the global financial crisis.
Airbus, like the rest of the aviation industry, competes in a global market. It is inherently international in its outlook and in its operations.
The last 10 years have seen a revolution in the way in which the UK handles municipal waste, with volumes of waste sent to landfill dropping by 70 per cent.
Much needs to be rebuilt and renewed in Myanmar, including its legal system.
The globalisation of labour, capital and know-how has brought about new challenges for domestic and conventional tax laws.
A new regulation establishing a European account preservation order will be applied by participating member state courts from 18 January 2017.
The Volcker Rule took effect on 21 July 2014, but the Federal Reserve thoughtfully extended the initial compliance deadline by one year — to 21 July 2015.
A recent act has made various changes to the legal framework of occupational pensions for employees and self-employed company leaders.
The German bank restructuring and resolution regime is approaching its ‘home stretch’.
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.
Article 23 jurisdiction agreement upheld despite alleged invalidity of host contract under governing law
The validity and effect of a jurisdiction clause covered by Article 23 is to be assessed solely by reference to the requirements of Article 23 of the Lugano, not any national law.
The parties’ relationship was one of principal and agent, and therefore the agent is required by law to produce documents relating to the affairs of the principal.
Coroin Ltd (sub nom Patrick Gerard Mckillen) v Misland (Cyprus) Investments Ltd & 7 ors highlights the subtlety in the operation of pre-emption provisions.
The Court of Appeal has upheld the judgment in Antonio Gramsci Shipping Corp & Ors v Aivars Lembergs.
With the social elections to be held on 13 November 2013, Allen & Overy takes the opportunity to examine the special protection against dismissal for certain categories of employees.