Which business sectors will be most affected by the vaccine roll out and why? Will employers be allowed to have access to this sensitive information and how will that have an impact on employment law?

Like I said, Korea as an export economy depends on its ability to sell and buy components. It’s the big companies such as Samsung, LG, Hyundai, etc, that have also been hit hard, but they have the cash reserves to absorb that hit. Another facet to Korea’s economic response is that it has a debt […]

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How will the vaccine roll out in different jurisdictions impact cross-border businesses? What will professional advisors need to ensure best practice and governance are carried out?

One of the reasons I wanted to describe how Covid had affected Korea and its public health responses is that this has also had an impact on the vaccine rollout. As Korea has been relatively unaffected in terms of Covid, there’s been a certain amount of vaccine reticence. The rollout of the vaccine has also […]

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How extensive is the vaccine roll out in your jurisdiction? How quickly will advisors and their clients need to understand the key questions involved with the vaccine as a workplace panacea?

I look at this from two perspectives. I’m British and I have lived in Korea for 14 years. I’m looking at how the pandemic has affected Korea and also how it’s affected the UK and other jurisdictions as well. Covid came to Korea in January 2020. It was exactly the same day as it hit […]

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Butler Snow LLP joins IR as the exclusive Commercial Litigation Member in US – Mississippi

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Brian C. Kimball of Butler Snow LLP. Brian has joined IR as our exclusive Commercial Litigation Member in US – Mississippi. As a member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation Group, Brian’s practice includes a variety of types of commercial litigation including […]

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RKKW Client regains voting rights and maintains control over the company

It has been observed more and more frequently that the sanction of loss of voting rights from shares due to breach of disclosure obligations related to the ownership of a significant block of shares in a public company is used to gain control over the company by minority shareholders. RKKW Client, a majority shareholder in […]

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Boyle and Jasari joins IR as the exclusive Commercial Litigation and White Collar Crime Member in US – Washington DC

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Blerina Jasari of Boyle and Jasari. Blerina has joined IR as our exclusive Commercial Litigation and White Collar Crime Member in US – Washington DC. Ms. Jasari concentrates her practice in the areas of international criminal law, transnational criminal law and […]

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Mohammed Al Dahbashi To Speak On The Panel at The UK-Middle East Legal Services Week

Join, Mohammed Al Dahbashi, co-founder and managing partner of ADG Legal as he speaks on a panel discussing dispute resolution on Tuesday 6th July. The panel host will be Mark Watson-Gandy, Barrister at Three Stone, and other panelists include Sajid Suleman, Barrister at 36 Commercial, Rania Tadros, Partner at Ince and Claire Miller, Partner at […]

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ADG Legal Partners with Evolvin’ Women to Drive Women Empowerment

ADG Legal, a Dubai based bespoke law firm, has signed an agreement with Evolvin’ Women, a social enterprise dedicated to the empowerment of women in developing countries and help advance the skill development of women in the private sector. As a part of the two-year partnership, ADG will assist Evolvin’ Women in promoting their program […]

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June 2021 Roundtable – Claims Investigation, Documentation, and Dispute Resolution

A notice of a design issue or design claim is a serious matter. A serious matter merits, and requires, a serious response. When an issue or claim is asserted, a number of steps should be taken, and a thorough, meaningful investigation should be conducted. Join us for our June Roundtable on Thursday, June 24, 2021 presentation as we will: […]

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Can Employers Mandate Vaccines?

The rollout of the COVID vaccinations has raised the question of whether the vaccine will be mandatory. This is particularly important in employment where employers may demand that their employees receive the vaccine or face discipline/termination. Regulatory Position The Federal Attorney-General released a media statement outlining the Federal Government position on mandatory vaccines.[1] In summary the […]

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Chicago Small Business Improvement Fund (SBIF)

Chicago’s Small Business Improvement Fund (SBIF) offers small businesses reimbursable grants for permanent building improvements and repairs. SBIF grants are offered by the Department of Planning and Development and use local tax increment financing (TIF) revenues to reimburse owners of industrial and commercial properties for pre-approved repairs of business facilities throughout the city. Recipients of […]

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Want $10 million of capital gains exclusion? How about $50 million?

For founders, investors and employees in certain emerging growth C-corp businesses that have experienced success, a hidden treasure lurks in the Internal Revenue Code (IRC). Section 1202 of the IRC allows investors to exclude some or all of the gain realized from the sale of qualified small business stock (QSBS). The infamous QSBS, or 1202, […]

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