Mongolia has entered into Double-Taxation Agreement (further referred as DTA) with 26 countries. Its Mutual Agreement Procedure (further referred as the Procedure) was approved in 2013, latter renewed in 2019 in accordance with Article 17.3 of General law on Taxation, for the following purposes: To implement the procedure; To agree mutually with a competent authority […]
According to the changes made, it is forbidden: – to include aircraft older than 25 years from the date of issue in the State Register of Civil Aircraft of the Kyrgyz Republic, except for aircraft intended for commercial cargo transportation, which are not older than 50 years from the date of issue;…
The Ministry of Economy of the Kyrgyz Republic has been instructed to create within one month an open database of implemented and potential public-private partnership projects and approve the rules of its maintenance, as well as approve the form of reporting on the progress of public-private partnership projects…
By Bakhyt Tukulov On 15 March 2020, the President of Kazakhstan (“RK”), K.K. Tokayev, signed a decree introducing state of emergency in Kazakhstan (“SE”) from 16 March to 15 April 2020. The decree is likely to cause contractual defaults, termination of contracts, sanctions, losses and litigation/arbitration in Kazakhstan and possibly abroad. Even before the introduction […]
By Assel Ilyasova In a view of imposing the state of emergency in the country from 16 March to 15 April 2020 on 17 March 2020 the State Revenue Committee of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan (hereinafter – “KGD”) announced that the following measures have been taken to support taxpayers for […]
Artificial intelligence, cloud computing, software as a service (SaaS), machine learning. Just a few of the most commonly heard terms associated with the raft of new technologies now disrupting the legal industry. But, no matter your enthusiasm or ambition, successfully implementing new technology and ensuring its adoption can be a huge challenge. Many projects end […]
By Mark J. Forte At this time of great uncertainty, we hope it is useful to offer you an update on the operation of the BVI litigation market. The BVI Commercial Court has introduced proactive measures to ensure minimal interruption to its operations, whilst ensuring public health is not jeopardized. BVI has therefore moved to […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in unprecedented pressures on cashflow for the business community and global stock markets have suffered significant falls over the last few days. Against this backdrop pension schemes (whether defined benefit or defined contribution) face their own challenges.
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Ashurst and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer were on call as two high street businesses plunged into administration in one day. Ashurst is acting on the administration of Carluccio’s, which has become the first major casual dining casualty since the coronavirus lockdown. Led by restructuring partner Drew Sainsbury and corporate partner Bruce Hanton, the firm is advising […]
Reed Smith has slowed partner cash distributions in a bid to counteract the potential economic impact on its business amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Management at the firm has introduced new contingency measures that will reduce monthly draws by 40 per cent for equity partners and 15 per cent for fixed share partners, The Lawyer understands. The […]
Over 200 junior barristers have signed a letter to the Bar Council and its vice-chair Amanda Pinto QC, asking it to respond to the self-employed income support scheme announced by the UK Government last week. The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced on Thursday that self-employed people will be supported with 80 per cent of their […]
Pinsent Masons has announced a promotions round of 17 this year, making up two individuals from outside of its traditional legal services group for the first time. Head of the firm’s client solutions group, David Halliwell, has been named as a partner, as well as Hayley Boxall in Pinsents’ forensic and accounting services group. It […]
Macfarlanes and Weil Gotshal & Manges were the two firms leading on the sale of the iconic Ritz Hotel completed late on Friday evening. The acquisition means an unnamed Qatari investor now owns the Ritz hotel on the same night that the property closed its doors for the first time in more than 100 years […]
Covid-19 has profoundly destabilised economic and social life as we know it. As we enter the second week of a nationwide lockdown, The Lawyer would like to hear from our readership. We would like to know your views on your current working practices and have created a survey which you can access here. We would […]