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In March 2012, the top level and Germany-based European affiliate company of a non-German automotive manufacturing group learned that one of its most senior European managers had secretly implemented a complex kick-back billing scheme in the time period from 2002 to 2011.
Topics: Success Stories,
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The most significant change in Russian corporate legislation is taking place in the context of corporate reform. Over the last year, several amendments have been made to the Russian Civil Code and further changes in legislation are being considered in relation to issues such as new legal entities, further recognition of shareholders agreements and changing management.
Topics: Commercial Transactions and Finance / Consumer Transactions,
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This Article touches upon legislative regulation and jurisprudence on recognition and enforcement, setting aside foreign arbitral awards, interim measures in support of arbitration and courts’ assistance in taking evidence and other arbitration-related matters as analyzed and resolved by Ukrainian courts.
Topics: Alternative Dispute Resolution,
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The Court of Appeals for the First Circuit recently delivered a wake-up call to private equity funds (PEFs) to review their formation documents and operations and evaluate their potential exposure for the pension liabilities of their portfolio companies.
Topics: Employee Benefits / Retirement Schemes / Welfare Benefits, Bankruptcy/Insolvency, Capital Markets / Securities Law / Commodity Trading,
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McMillan working with Sutherland Asbill & Brennan provided insurance coverage advice to a client involved in shipping hazardous chemicals by rail in the United States and Canada.
Topics: Success Stories,
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Bringing or defending proceedings in Denmark, a number of notable features of Danish litigation should be taken into account: discovery and depositions are not applicable in Danish law, expert opinions procured by a party are only to a limited extent admissible as evidence, and successful parties must be prepared to pay parts of their own legal costs.
Topics: Litigation (Civil, Business and Commercial), Alternative Dispute Resolution,
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During the October 2012 term, the Supreme Court of the United States decided seven cases that are likely to have a significant impact on class action practice. This term’s decisions addressed evidentiary standards for class certification, materiality in securities fraud class actions, jurisdiction under the Class Action Fairness Act, offers of judgment, the enforceability of class action waivers in arbitration clauses, and the use of state DMV databases to identify and solicit...
Topics: Litigation (Civil, Business and Commercial),
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In March 2013 a law on a natural person’s bankruptcy came into force. The law established a procedure for natural persons to initiate a bankruptcy case and to write-off overdue debts. There was a high demand for such proceeding in Lithuania, and now Lithuania should join the group of states where natural persons’ insolvency is regulated and permitted. This Article provides a general overview of the procedure, and compares the newly established procedure with the entities insolvency proceedings.
Topics: Bankruptcy/Insolvency,
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In today’s world, people are getting increasingly “international” in their personal and economic life. With family, workplace, businesses, and wealth moving across borders, the U.S. “international” individual faces a web of complex tax rules which must be navigated to efficiently manage and control their taxes.
Topics: Taxation,
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The U.S. Supreme Court held that patent claims directed to merely isolating genes are not patent eligible.  The Court distinguished the qualifications for patentability, stating a composition must be not only non-naturally occurring, but also have markedly different characteristics from any found in nature. Now, apparently “products of nature” have been added to the list of exclusions, despite the distinctive capabilities conferred by isolating and harnessing a product of nature for...
Topics: Biotechnology / Health Law, Intellectual Property,
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