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Shoosmiths comments on access to TSB fund.
The UK Takeover Panel has decided to bring all offers for UK-registered AIM companies within the jurisdiction of the code.
How businesses can cope with disasters.
From 30 September 2013, the takeover code will apply to more companies than it does at present.
Ince & Co has published the April 2013 edition of its International Trade and Commodities Legal Update.
A High Court decision has opened the door for tenants that have operated break clauses to claim back rent paid for a period post the break date.
Mourant Ozannes has added to its Channel Island property team.
Ashurst and Slaughter and May have advised on online retail group Ocado’s delivery deal with supermarket chain Wm Morrison Supermarkets.
Several law firms have worked together to develop best practice approach to drafting General Security Agreements.
Since before the operational commencement of the PPSA 2009 (Cth) in January 2012, and certainly since then, law firms have been settling their position on the many issues it raises.
Appleby has released the latest edition of Offshore-i report, which provides data and insight on M&A activity in offshore financial centres.
Taylor Wessing has advised on a deal that will secure the long-term future of the former Olympic press and broadcast centre.
A recent memorandum provides a useful summary of how money judgments can be enforced between the DIFC Courts and the English Commercial Court.
The April 2013 issue of King & Wood Mallesons’ China Bulletin is available now.
Minister for Africa Mark Simmonds MP is set to deliver the keynote address at a high-level business briefing being hosted by Addleshaw Goddard in association with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI). The evening event will take place on 16 May 2013.
Dacheng has amassed considerable experience in international trade matters, having established long-term co-operative relationships with specialist international trade firms in more than 10 jurisdictions.
Taxation is one of Dacheng’s traditional fields of expertise and one that the law firm is particularly adept at handling in today’s ever-changing and complex commercial environment.
Dacheng has become the first-choice legal services provider for the majority of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in China.
Antitrust is a newly emerging legal practice area in China and Dacheng stands at the cutting edge of this field.
Dacheng has been providing professional legal services to all interested parties in the field of international trade for a long time.