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Dispute resolution lawyers stress importance of board minutes in regulatory investigations

By Mathew Newman, Alex Horsbrugh-Porter, Sandie Lyne, Michael Rogers Today Guernsey dispute resolution specialists Michael Rogers and Sandie Lyne presented to the NED forum on the topic of regulatory investigations, providing advice on strategies and protocols which non-executive directors should consider when an investigation is underway. In particular, the talk highlighted why keeping board minutes […]

Start making your Jersey will online today

By Julie Melia, Victoria Grogan, Fiona Lilleyman, Stephanie Button It is estimated that two thirds of the population of Britain do not have a valid will, and experience suggests that the figures are similar in Jersey. Whether it’s because they presume their assets will automatically go to certain people after they pass away, or because […]

Trade secrets in Slovenia

The new Trade Secrets Act will enter into force on 20 April, introducing further clarity to Slovenian legislation with a renewed definition of business secrets. The new Act comprehensively regulates business secrets, as it uniformly defines the concept of a business secret – which was, until now, regulated in several sector-specific acts. In the event […]

Cross-border Transactions with Related Parties on the Tax Radar in 2019

By Branimir Rajsic The Serbian Tax Administration (the “TA”) recently issued the annual plan on tax audits for 2019 (“Plan”), published on the TA’s website. According to the Plan, the focus will be on the following: taxpayers incorporated by non-residents with significant related-party transactions, in particular control of the application of double taxation treaty provisions, taxpayers […]

Doing Business in Russia

Let us introduce you this ‘Doing Business in Russia’ publication prepared by GRATA International law firm in Moscow. The information in the brochure is based on theoretical and practical information available as of April 2019. The content of this brochure is intended for foreign businessmen and companies seeking to do business in Russia.

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Dentons in French electricity deal

Electricite de France (EDF) is set to acquire 100 per cent ownership of London Electricity from Entergy Corporation for a cash payment of u1.39bn, advised by international law firm Denton Hall. Anthony Alexander, partner in the corporate group and joint leader of the purchase, commented: “Denton Hall has advised on a number of acquisitions of […]

Bagnall fails to halt possession order

The former chairman and chief executive of New Law Publishing, Kenneth Bagnall QC, has failed to stop a possession order over property owned by him, his wife and their company. Written submissions before the Court of Appeal said that Bagnall had fallen into mortgage arrears as a result of unexpected litigation (now stayed) involving two […]

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