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SEBI introduces exemptions for companies undergoing insolvency

By Ashwin Bishnoi, Rohit Ambast Between 31 May to 1 June, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) amended a number of securities regulations to provide certain dispensations for listed companies undergoing the corporate insolvency resolution process (CIRP) under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 (IBC). These amendments follow SEBI’s discussion paper of March […]

Case Study: Appleby Hope & Matthews improve productivity with ALB

By Norman Turvey Appleby Hope & Matthews had been AlphaLaw users for many years, and had reached the limits of being able to take the software any further. In order to maximise efficiencies and ensure their software would be able to meet their needs in the future, the decision was taken to review their current system […]

GDPR risks for retailers

By Jeanette Burgess, Gwendoline Davies Much of the focus in the retail and legal press in recent months has been on the eye-watering level of fines which data protection regulators can impose for infringements of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation. However in this mini-series Walker Morris’ Heads of Regulatory & Compliance and […]

Swiss Lower House approves corporate tax reform

By Maurus Winzap, Robert Desax On 12 September 2018, the Swiss National Council (Lower House– Nationalrat – Conseil national) approved the revised version for a corporate tax reform (“Tax Proposal 17”). It is based on the Government’s proposal issued in March 2017 and on the version negotiated in the Upper House (Ständerat – Conseil des États) in […]

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Nursing the assault wounds

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In brief: Slaughter and May to resign from Liberty

Slaughter and May has agreed to resign as solicitor to Liberty, the West End department store. This follows the conclusion of a boardroom battle last week when all the existing executive directors resigned. The resignation of Slaughters will take effect at the end of a transitional period, during which the new management will consider the […]

Dibbs unveils immigration service

Dibb Lupton Alsop is setting up a dedicated service designed to help its clients move their staff across international borders. The firm has recruited Ann Symonds, a non-lawyer specialist in the field who once headed the business immigration department at Field Fisher Waterhouse, and later led the executive immigration services team at accountancy firm Arthur […]

Lessons from Westminster

Leonie Cowen looks at how lawyers can avoid becoming caught up in another Westminster ‘homes for votes’-style scandal. Leonie Cowen is a solicitor and local government consultant. Just before Christmas, three Divisional Court judges handed down judgment in the infamous Westminster City Council ‘homes for votes’ case. They confirmed the district auditor’s finding of ‘wilful […]

Litigation Writs 20/1/98

A charity trustee accused of spending £86,000 of a charity’s money on a pension for his wife and of using £41,000 of other charity money to buy five cars now faces High Court action by the Charity Commission. Graham Pattison, of Consett, Durham, and fellow trustee Ronald Morrissey, of Sherburn Village, Durham, are being sued […]

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