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Taylor Wessing has been crowned Best Marketing and Communications Team 2013 at The Lawyer Management Awards.
Due to the recodification of private law in the Czech Republic, changes regarding the treatment of possession, easements and the transfer of real estate will come into effect.
A respondent must be involved in the wrongdoing complained of by the applicant before the court will make an order requiring him to disclose information in his possession.
The Draft Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 cover on-premise, off-premise and distance trader to consumer contracts subject to certain exceptions.
The European Commission has published a first draft of its controversial Connected Continent proposals intended to consolidate the European telecoms market.
New laws to be brought into force next year will curtail the ability of some IT suppliers to terminate their agreement with counterparty where the customer becomes insolvent.
RBS was the facility agent for certain lenders in a complex real-estate financing involving multiple tiers of senior and junior debt.
Private equity houses, it seems, are hungry for deals in the food and drink sector. And their appetite is growing.
The level of involvement required by businesses in GPPs is likely to increase in the future.
The Information Commissioner’s Office has suggested a 10-step approach when considering how to respond to a subject access request.
The Hungarian Liquidation Act contains special rules on bankruptcy and insolvency procedures for major economic companies carrying out strategically important activities.
Uncertainty has long surrounded the obligations of an LPA receiver when dealing with a borrower’s VAT position.
The issue was whether certain commercial-mortgage-backed notes were disenfranchised from voting, pursuant to the interpretation of two trust deeds.
This article looks at the dynamics within the private equity industry that are encouraging minority investments and some of the pitfalls and advantages they involve.
Taylor Wessing private equity partner, Tom Cartwright, meets with Luke Jones, investment director at MML Capital, to discuss his take on the private equity landscape as he sees it.
As from 1 September 2013, companies are now able to enter into employee shareholder agreements with employees.
The application was made by Southern Pacific Personal Loans Ltd (SPPLL), a member of the Lehman Brothers group of companies that had gone into voluntary liquidation.
A claim in relation to a ‘section 75 debt’ was not to be reduced by a subsequent payment of £2m to the scheme despite the calculation being made prior to that payment.
There was insufficient supporting evidence for the proposed administrator’s assertion that the administration of the Company would achieve one of the statutory purposes of administration.
The Consumer Rights Bill (CRB) is in three parts. For the most part, this article looks at key issues in parts I and II.