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Nicholas Scott discusses bilateral investment treaties and their role in protecting the interests of mining companies from detrimental actions taken by host countries.
On 6 April 2014, the common law right for a landlord to seize a tenant’s goods and to sell them in order to recover outstanding rent arrears will be abolished.
Memery Crystal was named Dispute Resolution Team of the Year at the 2014 Legal Business Awards for its litigation success on behalf of Gulf Keystone Petroleum.
The Takeover Panel has released a practice statement clarifying the application of Rule 21.2 to directors’ irrevocable undertakings.
The Commercial Court has given a stern warning to those who fund litigation for profit and the lawyers who advise them.
Memery Crystal has acted for Gaming Realms on its acquisition of Quick Think Media for a total consideration of approximately £2.2m.
Commercial common sense has prevailed after a long trial of Excalibur’s opportunistic claims against Gulf Keystone, with the Commercial Court dismissing all claims against Gulf Keystone.
Memery Crystal has improved on its rankings in the latest UK Legal 500, which was released on 26 September 2013.
Tim Crosley reviews the recent failure of the ’Project Blue’ SDLT mitigation scheme and its implications for both taxpayers and their advisers.
Memery Crystal LLP is at the forefront of taking action to tackle false, malicious and often defamatory statements made online about listed companies and their directors.