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DLA Piper has released the 28 January 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
This client alert provides an overview of some of the key developments in the natural gas sector in Tanzania.
As is widely known, the Indonesian export ban on ore came into effect on 12 January 2014.
Aereo utilises warehouses full of tiny antennas to capture over-the-air television and then retransmits it over the internet to its subscribers’ digital devices.
A recent opinion may have implications for shareholders who receive payments in connection with a leveraged buyout when the underlying company then files for bankruptcy.
The results are in — 2013 was another tough year for the Australian M&A market overall. However, we saw increased M&A activity in the second half of the year.
DLA Piper has released the latest issue of The Financial Report, which includes discussion and analysis, Securities and Exchange Commission developments and more.
The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board has concluded that the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of telephone call records is illegal and should be ended.
In light of Delaware case law developments over the past year, exclusive forum provisions are being increasingly adopted by public companies.
On 21 January, the FTC announced 12 proposed settlements with companies accused of falsely claiming that they complied with the US-EU Safe Harbor Framework.
Concerns about information security — including cybersecurity and physical security — are increasingly permeating corporate life.
President Barack Obama has announced important reforms in the ways the US government will gather, store, use and retain signals-related information.
The old saw about the best-laid plans of mice and men also goes for international tax planning and transactions with significant tax consequences.
This year promises to be another in which corporate purchasing departments work hard to keep costs down while vendors try to increase their margins.
Domestic double taxation relief applicable to capital gains derived by EU resident entities on disposal of shares in Spanish entities
The Supreme Court has stated that, under EU regulations, the denial of the deduction for non-resident entities is contrary to the principle of free movement of capitals.
VAT planning lives on: restructuring of contracts to avoid VAT held not to be abusive in DPAS Ltd v HMRC
In DPAS Ltd v HMRC, the FTT held that DPAS’s supply of payment services to patients directly could not be a taxable supply of debt collection services.
DLA Piper has released the 20 January 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
DIFC court determines it has inherent jurisdiction to stay proceedings in favour of DIAC arbitration
The DIFC court has confirmed that it has the inherent jurisdiction to grant a stay of proceedings in favour of a DIAC arbitration.
The DIFC court has declined to stay proceedings in favour of an LCIA arbitration in London, despite finding that the arbitration clause was valid.
The DIFC Authority has amended the DIFC Arbitration Law to ensure that it fully complies with the UAE’s treaty obligations under the New York Convention.