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Debtors and assets: to sell or not to sell download subscription

NCTM 1-May-2015

Can a debtor subject to a concordato preventivo pre-filing regime be authorised to sell some of its assets?

Where will the enforcement vote go? download subscription

The Sheriffs Office 1-May-2015

Moves to stop the enforcement of debts by way of taking control of goods could be on the way, and other factors enforcement professionals should consider.

Supporting renewable energy in Serbia download subscription

Karanovic & Nikolic 30-Apr-2015

Serbia implemented a support scheme for renewable energy in its legal system for the first time in 2009.

Europe to launch e-commerce sector competiton inquiry weblink subscription

Walker Morris 29-Apr-2015

Looking at barriers to the development of effective cross-border e-commerce in the EU.

Offshore oil and gas safety – a regulatory overhaul weblink subscription

Ince & Co 29-Apr-2015

Affected parties must think about who will be the ’operator’ for the purposes of the new European regulations.

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How Hungarian law treats bosses differently download subscription

Schoenherr 1-May-2015

The law is less protective and more flexible towards company executives than it is to general employees.

Promises, promises… the election and employment download subscription

Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co 1-May-2015

Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co has ploughed through 10 manifestos to see what the parties are offering employers and employees regarding employment. This alert outlines the key issues.

Promises, promises... the election and pensions download subscription

Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co 1-May-2015

Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co has ploughed through 10 manifestos to see what the parties are offering for employers, savers and pensioners, and outlines the key issues in this briefing.

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How Hungarian law treats bosses differently download subscription

Schoenherr 1-May-2015

The law is less protective and more flexible towards company executives than it is to general employees.

Cross-border insolvency: who can apply for the opening of a secondary procedure? download subscription

NCTM 1-May-2015

The ECJ has held a secondary insolvency proceeding in the member state where the debtor has its registered office may be opened at the request of creditors entitled under the law of that state. 

Twitter’s $8bn value crash shows there’s little room for issuer error download subscription

Stewarts Law 1-May-2015

NASDAQ is responsible for running Twitter’s investor relations site, where earnings information was published early.

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Breach of the Australian Franchising Code to result in fines download subscription

DLA Piper 22-Jul-2014

As foreshadowed by the coalition government earlier this year, penalties for breach of the Franchising Code of Conduct are to be introduced.

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Nominating adjudicators – what not to put in the application form, take two download subscription

Gateley 1-May-2015

If a name is included on the form and the individual does not have a genuine conflict of interest the decision could be unenforceable.

Bridge is dealt a winning hand: permission to revisit the ‘sport or game’ question download

Gateley 1-May-2015

Tracksuits on, as judge grants review of status that could see bridge organisation reclaim VAT on entry fees. 

Landlord reimbursements: need to do or nice to have? download subscription

Gateley 30-Apr-2015

Landlords: do you carry out works on the basis that your tenants have to reimburse you for the costs? If you do, you may well come a cropper.

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Regulatory and compliance Briefings

Enforce consumer debt actions with High Court officers download

The Sheriffs Office 1-May-2015

Relieve the burden on bailiffs; the first in a series of changes The Sheriffs Office would like to see in the regulatory review. 

Whistleblowing – private dispute or public interest? download subscription

Goodman Derrick 1-May-2015

Following the introduction of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013, the rules on whistleblowing require disclosures made on or after 25 June 2013 to be in the public interest.

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Real Estate Briefings

Where will the enforcement vote go? download subscription

The Sheriffs Office 1-May-2015

Moves to stop the enforcement of debts by way of taking control of goods could be on the way, and other factors enforcement professionals should consider.

Landlord reimbursements: need to do or nice to have? download subscription

Gateley 30-Apr-2015

Landlords: do you carry out works on the basis that your tenants have to reimburse you for the costs? If you do, you may well come a cropper.

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    Italian M&A activity has hit a rough patch, forcing law firms to look for alternative sources of revenue