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Foreign investors in Australian property are subject to legislative requirements at both the Commonwealth and State levels.
Baker & McKenzie has advised Akbank on project financing for the Petlim Terminal.
Dr Constanze Ulmer-Eilfort has been re-elected managing partner for Baker & McKenzie Germany and Austria...
Baker & McKenzie has advised Bang & Olufsen on the sale of its Australia and New Zealand operations to Emerald Group Investments.
The government has introduced a number of financial support measures for businesses.
A foreign legal entity may establish a representative office to represent its interests; and all other aspects of doing business in the country.
Baker & McKenzie is ranked among “Best Foreign Law Firm India Practices” by new report on the Indian legal market.
The Queensland Government has started the process to establish a new independent statutory advisory body to provide independent advice to the State and government agencies on infrastructure projects and proposals.
Baker & McKenzie’s European tax practice has once again been recognised by International Tax Review at this year’s 2015 European Tax Awards.
Astana centre will include a new court for financial and investment disputes, using English law.
Decision likely to have implications for debt financing on projects.
The risks of using non-complaint building materials and how to identify, mitigate or avoid them.
Baker & McKenzie advised Yuexiu Transport Infrastructure on its $1bn Guaranteed Medium Term Note Programme...
Arthur Rooney has joined Baker & McKenzie’s compensation and employment law practice as a partner in the Chicago office, adding nearly 15 years of experience handling employment litigation matters.
Baker & McKenzie has advised ZF Friedrichshafen AG on the acquisition of the industrial and wind gearbox division...
Businesses displaying non-French trademarks on commercial signage do not contravene Quebec's language laws
A unanimous decision of the Quebec Court of Appeal has confirmed that businesses are under no obligation to add a French-language description to their trademarks displayed exclusively in a language other than French...
While the formulation of global guidance varies, there are five key themes.
In this video Martin Irwin speaks about new approaches to infrastructure options.
Quisumbing Torres has held a 2015 client forum entitled ‘Re-drawing the ASEAN Map’, highlighting the key concerns on and reactions to the effects of the ASEAN integration to the business communities within the ASEAN region.
Julie Bishop’s recent visit to Iran – the first by an Australian foreign minister in over a decade – marks an important step in the development of relations between the two countries.