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  • Closing time: an issue of contractual interpretation

    Article

    Submitted: 28 November 2016

    The High Court has been asked to determine the meaning of "close of business" in a notice provision.

  • Autumn Statement 2016: Impact on UK infrastructure

    Article

    Submitted: 24 November 2016

    Juliet Reingold, Partner in our Government Group, summarises and comments on the impact of the Autumn Statement on the Infrastructure Sector.

  • Court of Appeal finds unfair relationship where secret commission deprives borrower of broker’s independent advice

    Article

    Submitted: 17 November 2016

    An article on the Court of Appeal’s decision in Thomas Nelmes v NRAM plc [2016] which considered unfair relationships under section 140A of the Consumer Credit Act 1974.

  • Luxembourg - reforming the law on commercial companies Restricted access

    Article

    Submitted: 28 October 2016

    ​A summary of the changes required to be made to the articles of incorporation of Luxembourg incorporated public limited liability companies (société anonyme) and private limited liability companies (société à responsabilité limitée) following the reform of the Luxmebourg law of of 10 August 1915 on commercial companies, as amended.

  • Commodities update

    Seminar

    Last Reviewed: 26 October 2016 / Submitted: 26 October 2016

    A look at the recent trends and developments in trade and commodity finance including the Hanjin Shipping case and the impact of FinTech.

  • Decisions, decisions. Choosing the right forum for your dispute resolution

    Seminar

    Submitted: 24 October 2016

    Amongst other topics, this session will consider dispute resolution in the Asia Pacific region, recent developments in arbitration rules and laws in Asia and why the Singapore international commercial court warrants a closer look.

  • Recent trends in commodity disputes: Strategies for dealing with Chinese counterparties

    Seminar

    Submitted: 24 October 2016

    This session covers how to draft dispute resolution clauses for contracts with Chinese parties; what to do if your counterparty starts proceedings in the PRC and how you can use interim measures for protection to resolve your dispute.

  • Can you trust a machine? The evolution of smart contracts and Blockchain technology.

    Seminar

    Submitted: 24 October 2016

    Partners Ian Wood and Jolyon Ellwood-Russell discuss what smart contracts are, what the current realistic applications are for smart contracts and how far could smart contracting go in replacing human decision making.

  • FINcarceration? Gatekeepers under pressure in the fight against financial crime

    Seminar

    Submitted: 24 October 2016

    This session considers trends in global financial crime, criminalizing corporate failure and regulatory scrutiny as well as considering AML, whether de-risking is risk free and your obligations to protect information versus transparency.

  • Demystifying receivables finance Restricted access

    Seminar

    Submitted: 05 October 2016

    The term receivables finance covers a multitude of products offered both by banks and, increasingly, by non-bank financial institutions. This session seeks to demystify what is meant by receivables finance by providing an overview of some of the most commonly used products in the market and exploring the legal and practical considerations that need to be taken into account when structuring and negotiating receivables finance transactions.

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