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Jurisdiction is an extremely important issue.
Travers Smith has lost a discrimination case brought against it by a former trainee who claimed she was not given a permanent job because of her pregnancy.
The April 2013 issue of King & Wood Mallesons’ China Bulletin is available now.
Dacheng has a profound appreciation of the importance of labour law issues to its clients and attaches high importance to the quality of its services in this area.
Criminal defence has traditionally been an area of strength for Dacheng.
Dacheng is one of China’s premier law firms in the field of dispute resolution and compulsory enforcement.
Admiralty and maritime law is one of the most ancient of all bodies of law, with legal practice in this area deeply intertwined with marine transportation, international trade, international clearing, insurance and other related fields.
The Court of Appeal (CoA) has thrown out an appeal by two Saudi princes who wanted a case against them be heard behind closed doors.
Blackstone Chambers’ James Eadie QC has defeated a judicial review bid by lobbying group UK Uncut over HM Revenue & Customs’ multi-million pound “sweetheart” deal with Goldman Sachs.
Walker Morris announces two partner promotions as well as eight director promotions.
Dispute resolution lawyers throughout our international network represent global businesses on litigation, arbitration, mediation and regulatory matters.
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan is to launch in Hong Kong after hiring arbitration lawyer John Rhie from Kim & Chang.
Taylor Wessing has added a fresh batch of data-protection-focused content to its Global Data Hub site.
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The government is set to introduce changes to judicial review time periods in relation to planning and procurement decisions.
For international companies with business in China, the legal dispute is one of their greatest fears. Even if you win an arbitration or court judgment, you may find you cannot enforce it.
The Hong Kong court has handed down a landmark ruling on the mis-selling of financial products in Hong Kong, rejecting a customer’s allegations of breach of duty against the bank.
Al Tamimi was instructed by a client to initiate legal proceedings to ratify and enforce an arbitral award issued in the client’s favour ordering the other party to pay the amount of AED52m.
A recent controversial decision by Qatar’s Court of Cassation has ruled on the necessity for arbitral awards to be rendered in the name of HH the Emir of Qatar.
Al Tamimi has successfully represented a multi-national tobacco brand owner before the Dubai courts in one of the most controversial cases in recent years.
The Jackson reforms, as recently enacted by the Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, have fundamentally changed the litigation funding landscape.