In the digitalized world order, many needs and topics such as communication, socialization, and information are provided through the internet environment. Contents, data and information are transmitted over the internet and made available by transmission. The increasing use of the Internet every day and the widening of its usage areas brought along the necessity of […]
Which of the ICC, LCIA, HKIAC and SIAC rules, if any, is most adapted to resolving multi-party and multi-contract disputes? Multi-party arbitration may occur under the situations; (i) several parties to single contract “multi-party arbitration” and (ii) several parties to several contracts “multi-contract arbitration”. Due to the involvement of more than one party in the […]
The “right to be forgotten”, which has become a trending right in the internet and digital media where even legal distribution and accure content of the information about individuals constitutes a violation of human rights, is of great importance especially for the dignity of these individuals, for independent development of their personalities and full authority over his/her personal data.
1. WHAT IS THE COPYRIGHT? According to the definition made by the General Directorate of Copyright, copyright is the legal rights provided on the products that the person creates with all kinds of intellectual labour. Copyright is not a right subject to the registration. Rights on intellectual and artistic works are originated with the production […]
It is observed that the new tools are integrated into our lives apart from the classical methods used for many years as the technology is developing in money transfers and payment transactions. It is possible to easily determine the scope of the development of the sector in our country when we consider that the investment […]
Watch Claire Burrows (Regulatory) and Charlotte Smith (Employment) present a webinar on ‘The Future World of Work: Life After Lockdown’.
The compensation order regime Compensation orders aim to make directors financially accountable for the consequences of their unfit conduct. They were introduced in October 2015 by the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 which amended the Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986 (CDDA). Under the new regime, the Insolvency Service can apply to court (on […]
Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) has approved SIX Exchange Regulation AG and BX Swiss AG to act as Prospectus Offices as from June 1st, 2020. Their appointment represents a major step in the implementation of the new Swiss prospectus regime. As a consequence, the new Swiss prospectus requirements will be mandatory and offering as well as listing prospectuses will generally require approval by one of the Prospectus Offices as from December 1st, 2020. This newsletter outlines the regulatory implications and proceedings of the new statutory prospectus review.
The UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) office has updated its policies in relation to COVID-19. But many questions remain. Here’s what you need to know right now.
A Sheriff at Glasgow Sheriff Court has recently published a judgment showing its approach regarding the role played by a court reporter in an application by a liquidator to seek approval of remuneration.
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A group of barristers across the country and a number of City firms have signed up to assist individuals arrested at Black Lives Matter protests, which emerged this week following the death of George Floyd. In the midst of a pandemic, the US has found itself at the epicentre of a race row after a […]
The general counsel of GE Power has left the company after almost two decades in the in-house legal team of its European division.
Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) is anticipating a long-term switch to virtual meetings, with the firm’s new CEO expecting online sessions to form a large part of the firm’s ‘new normal’. Justin D’Agostino, who replaced Mark Rigotti in May, has told The Lawyer that he expects all the firm’s leadership teams to continue with virtual working […]
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan has failed in its attempt to secure pre-action disclosure on behalf of Carillion, as it looks to bring a claim against its former auditors at KPMG. During a judgment handed down on Wednesday, Mr Justice Jacobs deemed it inappropriate for the court to order pre-action disclosure, stating that the “efficient […]
A top Scottish silk has joined 4 Pump Court, as he expands his practice to include matters in England and Wales. Axiom Chambers’ Roddy Dunlop QC is joining 4 Pump Court but will continue to practice in Scotland through Axiom Chambers. Dunlop was instructed by the UK Government last year, in a judicial review over […]
Dechert has started the process of opening some of its offices in Europe, while also giving its staff globally an extra day of annual leave. The extra day off has been billed by the firm as a “day to thrive”, with many firms and businesses impressing it upon their staff to use up holiday now […]