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Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson LLP

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  1. England

    1. London Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson (London) LLP

      99 City Road, London EC1Y 1AX, England T 44 20 7972 9600 F 44 20 7972 9602
  2. France

    1. Paris Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP

      65-67, avenue des Champs Elysées, Paris 75008, France T 33 140 62 22 00 F 33 140 62 22 29
  3. Germany

    1. Frankfurt Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP

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  4. Hong Kong

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  5. USA

    1. New York NY Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP

      One New York Plaza, New York NY 10004, USA T 1 212 859 8000 F 1 212 859 4000
    2. Washington DC Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP

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  1. UK taxation of carry and co-investment and “disguised investment management fees” final form legislation reduces private equity industry concerns

    United Kingdom - March 24 2015

    As we reported on December 11, 2014, poorly drafted proposed legislation relating to the UK taxation of private equity executives was raising serious

  2. Proposed appraisal statute amendments would permit companies to reduce their interest costlikely to discourage “weaker” appraisal claims and make settlement of “stronger” claims harder

    USA - March 23 2015

    Proposed amendments to the Delaware appraisal statute announced last week are expected to be adopted by the Delaware Legislature

  3. UK Budget 2015: brief private equity notes

    United Kingdom - March 18 2015

    The UK's Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, once again rolled out his favourite tax avoidance anecdote, that of the "banker who boasted of

  4. Russian focused sanctions: contracts, force majeure and frustration under English law

    European Union, Russia, United Kingdom, USA - May 22 2014

    Since March 2014, the US and the EU have imposed a series of sanctions against predominantly Russian individuals and some corporate entities

  5. French decree requires government approval for foreign investments in strategic business sectors

    France - October 3 2012

    On December 30, 2005, the French government issued a decree listing eleven business sectors in which the French Ministry of Economy (“MINEFI”) has the right to monitor and restrict foreign investments in France (the “Decree”

  1. Everyone has an opinion: Supreme Court clarifies when opinions create securities law liability

    USA - March 27 2015

    This week, the Supreme Court issued a decision that should provide issuers with significant protections when expressing opinions in

  2. UK taxation of carry and co-investment and “disguised investment management fees” final form legislation reduces private equity industry concerns

    United Kingdom - March 24 2015

    As we reported on December 11, 2014, poorly drafted proposed legislation relating to the UK taxation of private equity executives was raising serious

  3. The final form of the UK’s “Google Tax” or “Diverted Profits Tax” (DPT) - a two-minute nutshell

    United Kingdom - March 24 2015

    As we reported in our previous memo in January, the UK is introducing a unilateral, non-OECD coordinated anti-BEPS provision, referred to in the

  4. Proposed appraisal statute amendments would permit companies to reduce their interest costlikely to discourage “weaker” appraisal claims and make settlement of “stronger” claims harder

    USA - March 23 2015

    Proposed amendments to the Delaware appraisal statute announced last week are expected to be adopted by the Delaware Legislature

  5. UK Budget 2015: brief private equity notes

    United Kingdom - March 18 2015

    The UK's Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, once again rolled out his favourite tax avoidance anecdote, that of the "banker who boasted of