Login New User Mobile version
currentUrl = /publications

Publications

Search:
Select type:
Select topic:
Include archived articles
Total matching items found: 1064
Page:
    ...    8    9    10    11    12    [ 13 ]    14    15    16    17    ...    
11
Performance (speed/consumption) claims remain a common complaint from charterers and a common source of deductions from hire. The obligation is on owners to ensure that the vessel is in a condition to meet her performance warranties.
Topics: Admiralty / Maritime Law,
11
"Does a claimant in a passing off action need to have actual customers in the UK, or is it sufficient for the claimant to only show that it has a reputation? David Cran, partner in IP & Technology at RPC, comments on the clarification of this question in the case of Starbucks (Hong Kong) Ltd and others v British Sky Broadcasting Group plc [2015]."
Topics: Intellectual Property,
11
In this article, the authors discuss the Supreme Court’s decision which once again emphasizes the importance of ERISA’s origins in the common law of trusts, this time in interpreting its statute of limitations. On May 18, the Court reversed the Ninth Circuit’s decision in Tibble v. Edison, which had held that a claim for breach of fiduciary duty based on the inclusion of certain mutual funds in a plan’s investment menu was time-barred.
Topics: Employee Benefits / Retirement Schemes / Welfare Benefits,
11
This article discusses the new and enhanced regime for senior management responsibility at financial services firms that came into force in the United Kingdom on 7 March 2016. The new rules for the regulation of senior individuals in the banking and insurance sectors are designed to make it easier for the regulators to hold senior individuals to account for regulatory failures.
Topics: Finance & Banking,
10
Australia's continuous disclosure regime for listed entities has come under increased focus with the corporate regulator's growing appetite to pursue offenders. Listed energy and resources entities bear the brunt of this new enforcement approach. What is happening and what does it mean for analyst and investor briefings?
Topics: Business Organizations, Energy and Natural Resources Law, Capital Markets / Securities Law / Commodity Trading,
10
Copyright protection has become the sensitive issue worldwide. Any person who copies others work without consent of the author is liable to be punished for infringement. This article discusses whether copyright infringement as per Section 63 of Copyright Act, 1957 is a cognizable offence or not.
Topics: Communications Law / Media Law, Intellectual Property,
8
Morgan & Morgan represented Balboa Bank & Trust Corp., a Panamanian investment bank, in the public offering of 25,000 Preferred Stocks issued by Latin American Kraft Investment Inc.
Topics: TerraLex Members,
8
In the following article the author discusses the legal interplay between an employee’s freedom of ‘thought, conscience and religion’ and the applicability of this ‘freedom’ to the European workplace. The article delves into recent ECtHR and national case law related to the wearing of religious clothing and symbols and the extent to which this can be curtailed by employers.
Topics: Employment / Labor Law,
25
Lawyers of Vasil Kisil & Partners have succeeded in defending the interests of the Ukrainian subsidiary of the international cosmetics manufacturer in a labour dispute with an ex-employee. After the employee had left for personal reasons, he filed a claim with the court seeking an additional payment from the client for acting for a temporarily absent manager during the year.
Topics: TerraLex Members,
19
Morgan & Morgan represented Electron Investment, S.A., a Panamanian company that develops and operates hydroelectric power plants, in the public offering of Corporate Bonds with a value of up to US$235,000,000.
Topics: TerraLex Members,
Page:
    ...    8    9    10    11    12    [ 13 ]    14    15    16    17    ...    
Version : 5.0.265