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  • Lessons from four years of antitrust enforcement in China weblink

    Briefings | 14 September 2012

    China’s Anti-Monopoly Law celebrated its fourth anniversary in August 2012. Given the importance of the Chinese economy and the increase in antitrust enforcement in that country, the AML should rank high on in-house counsels’ radar screens.

  • The FATCA Protocol: to adhere or not to adhere? weblink

    Briefings | 6 September 2012

    On 15 August 2012, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) released a new Protocol relating to the effect on ISDA derivatives of taxes levied by the US under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act.

  • US further expands sanctions against Iran weblink

    Briefings | 6 September 2012

    On 10 August 2012, President Barack Obama signed into law the Iran Threat Reduction and Syria Human Rights Act of 2012.

  • Pan-European preliminary injunctions in patent infringement proceedings weblink

    Briefings | 24 August 2012

    The Court of Justice of the European Union, Europe’s highest court in charge of interpreting harmonised laws among the 27 member states, has set the scene for a new option in patent infringement proceedings in Europe.

  • Traps for the unwary in disputes involving China weblink

    Briefings | 22 August 2012

    ‘First, do no harm’ is a fundamental precept of the medical profession. Although not often cited by lawyers, this principle should also guide us when we assist clients in legal disputes and internal investigations involving companies doing business in the People’s Republic of China.

  • Eased sanctions widen doorway to Myanmar oil and gas sector weblink

    Briefings | 14 August 2012

    On 11 July 2012, the US formally eased certain sanctions relating to “new investment” in the Union of Myanmar and on the exportation of financial services to Myanmar.

  • CIETAC issues announcement suspending Shanghai and Shenzhen sub-commissions weblink

    Briefings | 10 August 2012

    In March 2012, the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission released amended arbitration rules that became effective on 1 May 2012.

  • Europe moves a step closer to a unified patent system weblink

    Briefings | 23 July 2012

    Political agreement was reached at the June 2012 European Council meeting on what had been termed as the last remaining issue on Europe’s new patent system — the location of the Central Division for the Unified Patent Court.

  • The new Saudi arbitration law weblink

    Briefings | 9 July 2012

    On 16 April 2012, a new Saudi arbitration law was issued by Royal Decree No. M/34 and subsequently approved by the Bureau of Experts at the Council of Ministers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

  • Setting aside wars: the arbitrator strikes back weblink

    Briefings | 30 June 2012

    In 2006, Grand Pacific Holdings Ltd commenced an ICC arbitration against Pacific China Holdings Ltd (In Liquidation) in an attempt to enforce a loan agreement worth US$40 million.

  • Anti-corruption due diligence in cross-border M&A weblink

    Briefings | 4 June 2012

    Global enforcement of anti-corruption laws is at an all-time high and unlikely to recede any time soon.

  • Federal Reserve approves first Chinese acquisition of a US bank weblink

    Briefings | 22 May 2012

    Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited and its two controlling shareholders, China Investment Corporation and Central Huijin Investment Limited, are the first Chinese organizations approved by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System to acquire a US bank.

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