Client publications and articles
This memorandum examines the law and practice for how to conduct and maintain order at difficult or hostile company meetings. It discusses the law and practice at the meeting itself and assumes that all resolutions and notices have been correctly formulated and given.
Legal developments in Dispute Resolution in the Hong Kong prepared for the sixth edition of The Dispute Resolution Review
Dominic Robertson and Emma Game consider the tax issues affecting the formation, operation and termination of corporate joint ventures.
Jeanette Zaman and Zoe Andrews compare the Upper Tribunal’s decision in GDF with the First-tier Tribunal’s decision in Smith and Nephew (both cases on GAAP-compliant accounts and “fairly represents”); and discuss the Upper Tribunal’s decision in Travel Document Service and Ladbroke International (unallowable purpose test).
Financial institutions have recently been scrutinised by a host of stakeholders, from financial regulators to anxious shareholders. The result is an increase in the number and scale of regulatory investigations and other proceedings.
Jeanette Zaman and Zoe Andrews discuss, inter alia, the impact of Brexit on financial services and the Commission's preliminary view on possible State aid in favour of GDF Suez.