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 Beale […]

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A Guide to Dispute Resolution Clauses – Hong Kong Overview

What is a “dispute resolution clause” and why is it important? “Where should the dispute be determined?” – this is a question which has a significant impact on each and every step in resolving a dispute but is often overlooked.   Formulating a dispute resolution clause is one of the ways to manage the risks […]

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The Best Practice for the Warsaw Stock Exchange (GPW) Listed Companies 2021 – a new quality of corporate governance

On 1 July 2021, the Best Practice for the Warsaw Stock Exchange (GPW) Listed Companies 2021 (“Best Practice 2021”) came into force – a new edition of corporate governance principles for companies listed on GPW Main Market in Poland.   Companies are not obliged to comply with Best Practice 2021 however, it is demanded to […]

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Oyagbola Chambers Add New Practice Area Commercial Litigation to their IR Global Membership

Oyagbola Chambers are pleased to announce the addition of Commercial Litigation to their IR Global membership. This new position adds further strength to their membership and offers support for fellow members in the area. If you have a requirement in this area, please get in touch with Bayo or Amina directly or with the IR Global […]

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Failure to pass a discharge resolution may violate personal rights

Court of Appeal in Warsaw in the judgment of September 23, 2020 (no. I ACa 617/19) stated that failure to pass a discharge resolution is not a neutral situation for a member of the body. As a consequence, lack of discharge resolution may violate personal rights – analogically as in the case of refusal to […]

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Thinking of selling your business? Here are five things to do to prepare.

Numerous legal and operational issues will arise when selling a business. Proper preparation by assembling the right group of professionals and material business documents will save time and costs, and ensure the transaction is as smooth as possible. Retain an attorney immediately After a business is offered up for sale, a purchaser may prepare and […]

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Webinar – Search and Rescue: What do I Need to Know about Asset Tracing?

Incidents of fraud continue to rise across the globe – how can you best equip and protect yourself or your company? Understanding the role of asset tracing, as well as different tracing methods and procedures, is crucial in a broader financial investigation. Wolters Kluwer invites Kenix Yuen from dispute resolution law firm Gall, Akanksha Sagar and Tavish MacLean from Perun Consultants to explore: What is asset […]

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It’s time to review your privacy policies.

It started with the passage of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, which became effective May 25, 2018. This was followed by California’s passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which took effect on Jan. 1, 2020. Now both Virginia and Colorado have followed suit with Virginia’s Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA) signed into law […]

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Colman Coyle, Hawksford and Russo-British Chamber of Commerce hosted a joint hybrid event on advising foreign investors on investing into buy-to-let real estate assets in the UK

The event took place on 14 September 2021 at The Clermont Hotel in Charing Cross in London, as a live event and it was also broadcasted via Zoom to the RBCC members. The mixed panel discussion has provided a great overview of the legal, tax, KYC and Anti-Money Laundering requirements which foreign investors should be […]

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International Child Abduction and The Hague Convention

Download PDF What is International Child Abduction? According to the Report on International Parental Child Abduction published by the Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong in April 2002, international child abduction is when a child has been wrongly removed or retained across an international border. It usually occurs when there is a relationship breakdown between […]

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A new chapter in cross-border insolvency: the first application by Hong Kong liquidators for recognition and assistance in Mainland China

Table of Contents The Procedure The Law Conclusion On 14 May 2021, a cooperation mechanism was established between the Mainland and Hong Kong in the form of the Record of Meeting of the Supreme People’s Court and the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and Mutual Recognition of and Assistance to Bankruptcy (Insolvency) Proceedings […]

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