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AIFMD update - non-EEA fund managers to face tougher marketing environment in Europe

The deadline for transposition of the Alternative Investment Fund Manager’s Directive into national law passed on 22 July this year. This Bingham briefing highlights developments in key European Economic Area (EEA) jurisdictions which non-EEA alternative investment fund managers should be aware of...view abstract

Law Firm: Bingham McCutchen | Published: 18 September 2013 | Practice Area: Cross Border

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Volcano Eyjafjoell - Is your company covered?

As the dust begins to settle on the recent volcanic eruption in Iceland, businesses around the world will begin assessing the economic impact of the disruption and the options available to mitigate and recover losses. As part of that, businesses should be reviewing their insurance portfolios.

Law Firm: Herbert Smith Freehills | Published: 27 April 2010 | Practice Area: Air

Volcanic ash – cloudy issues for employers

With volcanic ash causing air travel chaos and many employees who went away for the Easter holidays unable to get back to work, employers will be asking themselves what they can do to weather the storm. In this briefing, we take a look at some of the most common questions facing UK employers.

Law Firm: Burges Salmon | Published: 23 April 2010 | Practice Area: Equal Treatment

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Volcanic ash flight disruption - passenger rights

The closure of UK airspace following this week's volcanic eruption in Iceland is causing major disruption, which could worsen if the situation persists. The challenges faced by carriers operating to and from the UK will be exacerbated by the legal obligations arising from EC Regulation 261/2004.

Law Firm: Barlow Lyde & Gilbert | Published: 16 April 2010 | Practice Area: Hazardous waste

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Out of court administrations: a cautionary tale

In a recent case, the High Court held that the purported out of court appointment of administrators over a Guernsey-registered limited partnership was void because the appointor used the incorrect form when giving notice of its intention to appoint. This briefing examines the ruling in detail.

Law Firm: Mayer Brown | Published: 15 April 2010 | Practice Area: Regulation and Enforcement

Emerging steps do little for Icelandic confidence

Three-quarters of financial institutions with stakes in Iceland believe the country has failed to comply with laws by making retroactive changes to its legislation. Joseph Tirado, Tomas Gardfors and Matthew Knowles report

Law Firm: Norton Rose Fulbright | Published: 09 February 2010 | Practice Area: Regulation and Compliance

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