Download our New Publication – Exploring a Hybrid Future: Adapting Business Models to Succeed in the New Normal

IR Global members offer jurisdiction-specific advice on how you can adapt to succeed in the hybrid working environment. In the following pages you will hear from 45+ IR members who share their insight and advice on hybrid working, bringing a unique vantage point from jurisdictions around the world. While hybrid is an opportunity, it is […]

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Fides Legal Advocates joins IR as the exclusive Insolvency Member in Uganda

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Dr Faisal Mukasa of Fides Legal Advocates. Dr Faisal has joined IR as our exclusive Insolvency Member in Uganda. Founded in March 1999, Fides Legal Advocates, Formerly, F. Mukasa & Co. Advocates (“the Firm”) has firmly established itself as a leader […]

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COVID 19: a game changer

Philippe Termote Insolvency and restructuring From his background as a Belgian bankruptcy receiver, Philippe Termote provides us with his view on distressed companies in Belgium and the trends he forecasts for the end of the COVID pandemic. Businesses across the world faced lockdowns, falling revenues and sales, unpaid bills and new ways of remote working for staff. […]

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When and how to declare an inheritance to HMRC

Updates to the Inheritance Tax (Delivery of Accounts) (Excepted Estates) (Amendment) Regulations 2020 The Inheritance Tax (Delivery of Accounts) (Excepted Estates) (Amendment) Regulations 2020 came into force in 1 January 2022 and they have changed the way in which the estates of people who died on or after 1 January 2022 need to be reported.  […]

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Court dismisses application to terminate the winding up of a company

In the decision of Re Gulf Aboriginal Development Company Ltd [2021] QSC 310, the Queensland Supreme Court (Freeburn J) dismissed an application to terminate a winding up order after concerns were raised about the viability of the company. This case helps to understand the Court’s limits when exercising the discretion to revive a company. Background In February […]

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New Antitrust Suit Signals a Renewed Interest in Antitrust Enforcement

BY NATHAN MCDONALD ON FIRM NEWS. PUBLISHED DECEMBER 15TH, 2021 An antitrust lawsuit against Amazon, along with DOJ actions involving other major companies and industries, means the government’s renewed focus on antitrust enforcement is not likely to slow soon. Earlier this year, the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, Karl Racine, filed suit against the online retailer giant […]

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