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Contentious Commentary - December 2014

11 December 2014

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The latest edition of "Contentious Commentary", a newsletter that provides a summary of recent developments in litigation. The newsletter is produced by lawyers in the litigation and dispute resolution practice at Clifford Chance. This edition covers...

Foreign investment regulation in Australia

24 November 2014

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Foreign investment in Australia is governed by a complex combination of law and policy. Inbound investments by foreign persons in Australian businesses and assets over stipulated thresholds will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis to determine whether the transaction...

Contentious Commentary - November 2014

10 November 2014

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The latest edition of "Contentious Commentary", a newsletter that provides a summary of recent developments in litigation. The newsletter is produced by lawyers in the litigation and dispute resolution practice at Clifford Chance. This edition covers...

European Court gives guidance on the winding up directive for banks

6 November 2014

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On 17 October 2014 a European Court in the case of Landsbanki hf v Merrill Lynch International Limited provided some much needed guidance on protecting the legitimate expectations of creditors and third parties for transactions entered into prior to the winding...

Luxembourg Legal Update - November 2014

4 November 2014

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We are pleased to provide you with the latest edition of our Luxembourg Legal Update. This newsletter provides a compact summary of, and guidance on, the new legal issues which may impact your business, particularly in relation to banking, finance, capital markets,...

European Account Preservation Orders are coming - 10 September 2014

10 September 2014

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The EU has passed a Regulation that will allow a court in one member state to freeze bank accounts in another. These orders will, however, be significantly less readily available, less easily obtainable and less uniform in application than under the Commission's...

European Account Preservation Orders: must try harder - 10 September 2014

10 September 2014

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The European Commission has achieved its aim of creating a European Account Preservation Order that will allow the cross border freezing of bank accounts. But the instrument that has emerged is a pale shadow of what the Commission wanted. For example, the instrument...

The amended Ukrainian insolvency law: key issues

18 August 2014

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A number of significant amendments, to become effective on 19 January 2013, are being made to Ukraine's insolvency law (the "Insolvency Law"). The changes, which are likely to be subject to further amendment prior to becoming effective, are an attempt...