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Morgan & Morgan promotes new partner to its Corporate Law practice

15 January 2020 by Morgan & Morgan - Panama

BRIEFING: Panama City, 15 January, 2020

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Morgan & Morgan advised Minera Cerro Quema in connection with a credit facility for an amount of up to US$125 million

15 January 2020 by Morgan & Morgan - Panama

BRIEFING: Panama City, 14 January, 2020

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Cyprus: a Norwich pharmacal order is issued when the applicant satisfies the court that the information requested are of vital importance for the filing of the action or for pleading and proving its case and also that the applicant could not collect same from any other source.

04 January 2020 by Soteris Pittas & Co

Cyprus: a Norwich pharmacal order is issued when the applicant satisfies the court that the information requested are of vital importance for the filing of the action or for pleading and proving its case and also that the applicant could not collect same from any other source.

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GSK Stockmann in Luxembourg reinforces investment funds practice with Dr Marcel Bartnik

02 January 2020 by GSK

GSK Stockmann in Luxembourg reinforces its investment funds practice with the hiring of Dr Marcel Bartnik as local partner as of January 2020.

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LC Lawyers LLP visited Pangea3 in India recently, and would like to share how LMS may help your clients “do more with less”

20 December 2019 by Jason Wang, Ricky Ho

BRIEFING: Hong Kong, 20 December, 2019

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CYPRUS: NO PHARMACAL ORDERS WHEN THERE IS AN INFRINGEMENT OF THE “MERE WITNESS” RULE.

19 December 2019 by Soteris Pittas & Co

CYPRUS: NO PHARMACAL ORDERS WHEN THERE IS AN INFRINGEMENT OF THE “MERE WITNESS” RULE.

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Cyprus: Deadlock at the Level of Board of Directors and the Power of the General Meeting to Act Despite Provisions in the Articles of Association Reserving the Matter for the Board

17 December 2019 by Soteris Pittas & Co

According to the English case of Barron v Potter [1914] 1 Ch 895 which has been cited with approval in the Cypriot 1st Instance case of RE PRINOS LAHANAGORA LTD, if the Board of Directors in some form or another (eg. due to deadlock) is incapable of taking action, the power to conduct the company’s affairs will revert to the General Meeting.

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New Initiatives of the Japanese Financial Services Agency in 2020

10 December 2019 by Naoki Kanehisa

Naoki Kanehisa of Atsumi & Sakai looks at the plans of the Japanese Financial Services Agency in 2020

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Overview of the latest topics in AML, KYC and CFT under discussion in in Japan

10 December 2019 by Takafumi Ochiai

Atsumi & Sakai look at the mutual evaluations between Japan and the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF)

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Jurisdiction of the Cyprus courts to grant interim relief in aid and/or in support of proceedings pending before the courts of member states, or in aid and/or in support of foreign arbitral proceedings

06 December 2019 by Soteris Pittas & Co

Jurisdiction of the Cyprus courts to grant interim relief in aid and/or in support of proceedings pending before the courts of member states, or in aid and/or in support of foreign arbitral proceedings

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