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Hot on the heels of its recent decision in Huzar v Jet2, the English Court of Appeal has handed down another passenger-friendly judgment.
Karla Sheerin-Griffin focuses on two of the remedies that are available to a person who has been wronged to obtain information from a person who is not a party to the litigation.
The Court of Appeal of England and Wales has recently handed down its judgment in the ongoing litigation between Ronald Huzar and Jet2.
The new list contains all the Indonesian business sectors that are subject to foreign ownership restrictions or closed to foreign investment altogether.
Pensions snapSHot — June 2014: Pensions Act 2014; limited liability partnerships and auto-enrolment; and more download
This edition of snapSHot provides you with a need-to-know digest of a range of legal and regulatory developments affecting the pensions world during May 2014.
The government of Indonesia has informed the Netherlands that its bi-lateral investment treaty with Indonesia will be terminated from July 2015.
One of the most valuable assets of the Hellenic Republic is the Piraeus seaport, the largest port in Greece and one of the largest in the Mediterranean Sea.
ICE Benchmark Administration took over the administration of LIBOR from the British Bankers Association (BBA) on 1 February 2014.
Every month, Stephenson Harwood will bring you news of developments in tax and private client law that will be of interest to high-net-worth individuals and their advisers.
Athens Exchange (ATHEX) is the only official market for shares, derivatives, products and bonds trading in Greece, both for private and institutional investors.
In order to be a UK alternative investment fund manager, you need to be carrying on the regulated activity of ‘managing an AIF’.
Barbara Allen, head of employee incentives, and Kiersten Lucas, senior employment associate, both from Stephenson Harwood, comment on clawback.
Companies that have uncovered potential liability for economic crimes now have the opportunity to avoid criminal prosecution by seeking a deferred prosecution agreement in the UK.
Stephenson Harwood hosted a seminar titled ‘Legal risk management: managing for success’ on 25 February 2014. Here is a summary of the panel discussion that took place.
In this article, Stephenson Harwood revisits the changes introduced by PF2 and looks at what progress has been made over the past year.
If a ship is arrested in Greece, the Greek legal framework provides for two types of seizure of the assets of the debtor.
In the past, vessels owned by foreign shipping companies and registered under non-Greek flags but managed through companies established in Greece used to enjoy tax immunity.
With the tremendous increase of tourism in Greece over the last few years, issues have arisen regarding hotel owners’ liability to clients.
In this update, Stephenson Harwood highlights a number of issues that a developer should be aware of when a substation is required.
There is no doubt that the last decade will come into history as a period when London became a legal battleground for big business disputes emerging from Russia.