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SRA provides some breathing space for law firms struggling to obtain PI cover

By Zarina Lawley The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) recently published a useful Q&A article on their website which we recommend all law firms take the time to read. It summarises some of the most common queries the SRA has received from solicitors about their rules and the potential impact of Coronavirus. The article discusses professional […]

New transparency measures in the public procurement field

1. Background Despite the constant update of the public procurement legal framework, the Romanian authorities have signalled several issues related to the public procurement contracts granted to certain companies, in circumstances which are not able to comply, in all cases, with the general principles of transparency and equal treatment. Thus, in order to ensure the […]

Montenegro: Insight into the New Companies Act

The new Montenegrin Companies Act which entered into force on 11 July 2020, is an innovative and thoroughgoing codification of Montenegrin Corporate Law. The legislator opted for a comprehensive legal instrument which, compared to the previous law, contains more detailed and exhaustive rules determining the establishment, management, restructuring, termination and functioning of business entities.

Coronavirus Digest no. 2: Patents and other intellectual property rights

Second volume of the Digest prepared by PLMJ and Inventa International on the crossover between the area of intellectual property and the challenges of COVID-19, especially regarding patents and utility models, as well as all the information on the path to obtaining a vaccine.

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Gibraltar: non-doms

Any change to the status quo regarding the taxation of non-domiciled UK residents will provide countries such as Gibraltar with an opportunity to cash in, says Joey Garcia Much has been commented on the UK’s opposition Conservative Party seeking and promising to impose a flat tax rate of £25,000 on the so-called ‘non-doms’ – people […]

Angel delight

There was a 10-minute paean to outgoing Linklaters managing partner Tony Angel at a recent awards ceremony, the latest of many that no doubt will be given in his honour between now and the end of 2007. Among the earnest comments, however, all of which are available for viewing on YouTube if you search hard […]

Bar room blitz

The English bar is in high demand in the world’s offshore centres. Three of the bar’s key figures explain why The offshore legal market has seen a massive boom in litigation, providing increasing opportunities to the English legal profession. But how does the bar fit into this arena? Stephen Moverley Smith QC, XXIV Old Buildings(pictured) […]

CC boosts Beijing with Jones Day hire

Clifford Chance has hired Jones Day partner Bruce Schulberg as a partner in its Beijing corporate finance team. Schulberg, who joined Jones Day as a lateral hire from Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe in 2003, is US qualified and has spent 15 years in Asia focusing on project finance and cross-border investments. During his time in […]

Caymans: credit crunch

The credit crunch has been severe and the Caymans provide some incredible insights into the overall position in the financial markets. An offshore jurisdiction is the ideal vantage point to take stock of a global meltdown in the credit markets, such as the crisis that happened this summer. The hiatus, or ‘credit crunch’, has been […]

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