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Practical guidance on TUPE’s application in an insolvency

As more and more businesses get into financial difficulties, transfers of all or parts of businesses are becoming more common. Our February law watch highlighted issues in relation to penalties for failure to inform and consult employees on a business transfer. In this month’s edition we look at the...view abstract

Law Firm: Stephenson Harwood | Published: 01 May 2009 | Practice Area: Corporate

What trustees can do if a sponsoring employer is about to go bust

The downturn in the British economy will affect many sponsoring employers of UK occupational pension funds. Many trustees of final salary pension funds are asking their advisers if there is anything that they can do to improve or protect their position in the event that the worst happens and the sponsoring...view abstract

Law Firm: Stephenson Harwood | Published: 01 May 2009 | Practice Area: Directors

Calling for back-up

Desperate times have caused ING to turn to the Dutch state for financial rescue. NautaDutilh lawyers Michaela Ulrici and Helene Piet explain the innovative structure of the acquisition

Law Firm: NautaDutilh | Published: 30 April 2009 | Practice Area: Securitisation

To be continued…

A new business continuity Act in Belgium marks an overall change in how the Government is handling companies in financial distress. Paul van der Putten reports

Law Firm: Stibbe | Published: 30 April 2009 | Practice Area: Corporate

A new Dutch market demands new skills from advisers

In 2008 the Benelux marketplace was dominated by the global financial crisis. During the second half of the year the crisis spilled over to the real economy. As a result of the significant shortage in financing, as well as the reduced trust in the markets, both the number of strategic mergers and...view abstract

Law Firm: Loyens & Loeff | Published: 30 April 2009 | Practice Area: Partnerships and LLPs

Against the grain

While some believe antitrust to be the first thing to go in the current climate, President Obama has countered this argument with a leadership shake-up

Law Firm: Morrison & Foerster | Published: 23 April 2009 | Practice Area: Succession Planning and Trusts

Trimming the hedge fund

The Hedge Fund Transparency Act aims to go further than Sarbanes-Oxley, putting hedge funds under far greater scrutiny than before

Law Firm: Carter Ledyard & Milburn | Published: 23 April 2009 | Practice Area: Corporate Financing

Reaching out to a friend

The attempts by US regulators to steer businesses towards tightened laws at home are now stretching across the pond to both UK and other foreign companies. The activities of regulators around the world are constantly hitting the headlines as they use all the powers and laws at their disposal. Nowhere...view abstract

Law Firm: DLA Piper | Published: 09 April 2009 | Practice Area: Central Government

It’s time for your check-up

Now is the time for resident non-domiciled individuals in the UK to calculate the impact the changes in the 2008 Finance Act will have on taxation

Law Firm: Barclays | Published: 09 April 2009 | Practice Area: Employment Tax

Fresh challenges for London arbitration

The recent decision in West Tankers by the European Court of Justice has cast a shadow over London as a centre for international arbitration

Law Firm: London Solicitors Litigation Association | Published: 02 April 2009 | Practice Area: Alternative Dispute Resolution

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