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Publisher: Berwin Leighton Paisner
Covering commercial, construction, engineering and procurement, corporate finance, dispute resolution, employment, pensions and incentives, eu and competition, intellectual property, real estate, regulatory and compliance, restructuring and insolvency, tax and private client
Bringing power to the people: managing the construction of off-grid power projects
The new Hong Kong leasing hub - benefits for airlines
A cautionary tale on the importance of client service: Riva v Foster + Partners
Business aviation opportunities in the Greater China Bay Area
Indonesia in Focus November 2017
JELC clauses: New WTC case addresses who qualifies as arbitrator
The hidden impact of the expanded personal regulatory duty to act with due skill, care and diligence
FCA launches market study into insurance brokers
Author: Gillian Black, David Cabrelli, Parker Hood, Laura MacGregor and Scott Wortley
The Parker Review, One Year In
The Gender Representation on Public Boards (Scotland) Bill 2017
Strategizing Boardroom Gender Diversity
The Legacy of B Lab: Italy’s Società Benefit
Hard Brexit: company law and governance implications
What would a hard Brexit mean for company law?
Fiduciary duties as implied contractual terms: MacRoberts LLP v McCrindle Group Ltd
Cultural values and corporate governance
Commercial. Enterprise. Technology. The blog for the bright commercial lawyer.
In-house news vlog: EU-US Privacy Shield—March 2016
Monthly commercial law update: Top 5 developments in February
Video newscast blog from LexisNexis In-house: February 2016
Webinar: drafting commercial contracts
Monthly commercial law update: Top 5 developments in January 2016
Groceries Code Adjudicator uncovers serious breaches by Tesco
Beware the gentleman’s agreement
Publisher: Institute of International Shipping and Trade Law, Law School, Swansea, Wales
Commercial, shipping and maritime law news and commentary.
Singapore arrest is for Singapore litigation.
Service of arbitration proceedings in cyberspace — don’t make idle assumptions.
Causation and Contingencies. The CV Stealth, again.
New book from IISTL member.
Hong Kong ups the limits.
Operating expenses incurred during ransom negotiations. Now allowable under Rule F of YAR 1974.
Good news for English judgment creditors — oh, and the beneficiary of a credit is who the credit says it is.
Owners obligation to start the approach voyage under a voyage charter.
Author: A team of friendly lawyers at Pinsent Masons
Essential law for startups. A free boot camp for emerging technology, internet and digital professionals who want to learn more about the legal issues they face.
Blogs: Commercial Property
Author: Jon Dickins
Mainly about commercial property law and environmental issues
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Author: Barry Gross, Real Estate partner, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
Blogging on law, the meaning of life, client care and how they all come together. Yeah whatever.
The great fixed fee debate - the lawyer's argument
Sweet Dreams for trade creditors but nightmares for Landlords
Comet, explosive headlines and blame
BPF's "Taking the Profit" - extracting maximum value
All that glitters is not Goldacre
Game-over for UK commercial real estate investment?
Peacocks sold: Seduction again?
OSCRE: Just for the geeks or time for the lawyers to get involved?
Blogs: Corporate Commercial
Author: Robert Goddard
Blog supporting the autor's corporate (company) law and governance teaching and research - including capital market regulation and financial reporting
EU: Commission consultation on institutional investor and asset manager duties regarding sustainability
UK: updated edition of the voluntary code of conduct for executive search firms
New Zealand: FMA consults on updated (and refocused) Corporate Governance Handbook
Zambia: the Companies Bill 2017
Hong Kong: HKEX consults on amendments to the HK Corporate Governance Code
UK: Tax strategy reporting among the top 50 FTSE100 companies
UK: Grant Thornton's 2017 corporate governance review
Ireland: 'Measures to Enhance Ireland's Corporate, Economic and Regulatory Framework ('Ireland combatting white collar crime')
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
Bridging loan over troubled water? Tips for a quicker and easier refinance
Borrower Beware – Tips for Borrowers
Cyber-security, ransomware and the GDPR
Driverless Cars: is the law still playing catch-up?
Companies and directors of larger companies face criminal prosecution and unlimited fines for non or misreporting of payment practices
SaaS providers: are you ready for the new data protection regime?
Uber’s pilot and driverless cars: will the law need to be more hands on before driving can be hands off?
Techxit concerns Trumped – keep calm and code on
Hosted by LexisNexis corporate experts, who have recently been in practice and understand the needs of Corporate lawyers. You can find market trend reports, the latest legal updates and other carefully selected items, written by our team and with contributions from an extended group of leading experts and industry commentators.
Corporate weekly highlights—16 November 2017
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Market Tracker monthly round-up—October 2017
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Blogs: Property and Conveyancing
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
Is it RIP for the RPI?
Beware the complexities of overage
Separate Representation and ‘reluctant lenders’ – know how to get the result you need!
Lights, Camera, Legal Action - Are Verbally Agreed Heads of Terms of a Filming Location Agreement Binding?
Preparing for the results of the Consultation on ‘Leasehold’ Houses
Lessees beware - Insurance proceeds are not enough!
Unclear contract terms – sign up to them at your peril
Why mining searches are advisable regardless of location: the property buyer’s modern day canary