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Guidance (and a touch of solace) for compliance and legal personnel on potential supervisory liability
Supervisory liability does not attach unless a compliance or legal employee truly functions in a supervisory capacity.
This update examines the most important changes introduced by this law to Part Three of the Civil Code, Section VI — Private International Law.
The digest covers a wide range of topics arising in court cases involving foreign parties.
This article summarises some of the key considerations for a Russian company in planning a eurobond issue.
The major theme running through the articles in this edition is the progressive development of international arbitral law and practice.
On 28 September 2012, the French government released its much-awaited draft budget for 2013, which, unsurprisingly, contains significant tax increases, targeting wealthy individuals and large businesses.