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In Fons Hf v Corporal Ltd & Anor, the Court of Appeal held, in the context of a specific agreement, that ‘debentures’ included loan agreements.
Since July 2013, LIBOR contributing banks have been subject to a code of conduct.
Dentons’ Adam Pierce explains the extent to which implied terms may limit a lender’s discretions, with particular focus on some recent cases.
Since the beginning of 2014, several critical pieces of EU legislation have reached milestones. Dentons summarises the major developments.
This article takes a closer look at the implications of paying an FFI and, in doing so, suggests that a more robust response to the regulator is often warranted.
A series of tax disputes involving Russian automotive market distributors is currently before the commercial courts.
The government has published the application criteria for the 14th Onshore Petroleum Exploration Development Licence (PEDL) Round.
The Ontario Ministry of Labour is facing a negligence suit by the lone survivor of the Christmas Eve 2009 scaffold collapse.
Re:Sound’s Tariff 8 is already the subject of an application for judicial review and has been the impetus for a public debate about the appropriateness of licence fees.
A Montreal-based artist is suing the producer and broadcaster of 30 Vies — on the basis that footage of a graffiti tag in the opening credits constitutes copyright infringement.
A new Ontario Bill will make employers liable for the WSIB costs of injured agency employees working for them.
The producers, distributors and broadcasters of Southland are being sued by the family of a deceased individual whose autopsy photo is used in the opening credits.
On 28 July 2014, the government launched two consultations in parallel on the implementation of the Offshore Safety Directive.
On 29 May 2014, the Tax Court decided another transferee liability case in favour of the taxpayers. See Swords Trust v Commissioner.
Now that the 2014–15 Ontario budget has been passed, Ontario employers should think about how the new Ontario Retirement Pension Plan could affect them.
Giving E&O ‘clearance’ advice is usually a mix of substantive legal analysis, practical risk assessment and instinct.
Kyiv Tax Newsletter — limitation of interference in activities of business entities; taxation of income from capital; and more
Dentons has released the latest issue of its Kyiv Tax Newsletter.
The draft ‘Law on Amendments to the Tax Code of Ukraine and Some Other Legislative Acts of Ukraine’ was registered by the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on 22 July 2014.
On 16 July 2014, the US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control unveiled new Ukraine-related sanctions.
The latest Risk Tip from Dentons involves pickpocket awareness, drawing from James Coburn flick Harry in Your Pocket.