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The gold market is the latest market to be subjected to scrutiny by regulators and litigants in the light of increasing suggestions that banks colluded to manipulate the benchmark “London gold fixing” price.
Topics: Finance & Banking,
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As of April 30th, 2014, over 100 multinational corporations have established their regional headquarters in Panama, many of them Fortune 500 companies. The success of this corporate migration towards our small country can be attributed, in great part, to Law No. 41 of 2007.
Topics: Immigration / Visas / Work Permits, Taxation, Business Organizations, Employment / Labor Law,
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Discriminating taxation of foreign investment funds are currently being challenged in several EU Member States. The decisions from the ECJ is paving the way for cross-border operating investment funds to reclaim withholding taxes levied in breach of the EU obligations.
Topics: Taxation,
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It is well recognised in India that Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is critical to the economy for meeting the savings and investment gap and is a vital resource for promoting growth in the industrial and services sector. India not only offers a large domestic market, low labour costs and a conducive FDI policy framework, it also extends National Treatment to foreign investors in as much as foreign invested companies registered in India operate under the same laws, rules and regulations as an...
Topics: Trade Law / Trade Regulation,
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As Federal courts throughout the country continue to grapple with issues of consent and revocation, the definitions of “expressed consent” and “called party” cause further issues for companies facing TCPA claims.
Topics: Administrative Law, Privacy / Use of Personal Information, Communications Law / Media Law,
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The Portuguese Government has set in motion a profound institutional port reform, including the revision of the rules applicable to terminal concession contracts.
Topics: Admiralty / Maritime Law,
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At first blush, Canadians, the Canadian court system, and the Supreme Court of Canada appear so similar to their American counter-parts. That is not entirely illusory: However the degree of similarity can result in small, but important, nuances or distinctions between the two systems being overlooked at one’s peril.
Topics: Litigation (Civil, Business and Commercial),
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After months of receiving “wait and see” advice from attorneys and other tax practitioners, retirement plan sponsors finally have formal guidance with respect to the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling in U.S. v. Windsor recognizing same-sex marriage for Federal law purposes.
Topics: Administrative Law, Employee Benefits / Retirement Schemes / Welfare Benefits, Employment / Labor Law,
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The “stream of commerce” theory of personal jurisdiction was first introduced by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1980, and treated in some detail by the Court in 1987. But “stream of commerce” jurisdiction proved to be a source of great confusion to trial courts that attempted to apply the Supreme Court’s rules in particular cases.
Topics: Global Trade & Business,
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On 1 April 2014 the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) and Competition Commission formally amalgamated their roles into a single new UK competition watchdog – the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).
Topics: Antitrust & Competition Law/Unfair Competition,
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