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Brexit: UK Supreme Court Holds That an Act of Parliament Is Necessary to Trigger Brexit Negotiations

United Kingdom, European Union - January 24 2017 The Supreme Court has upheld the High Court's decision in Miller v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union. Its judgment confirms that an...

Mak Judge, Inyoung Song, Barnabas W.B. Reynolds, Thomas Donegan.

Implications for Bank Creditors: the Latest EU Banking Reform Proposals

European Union - December 6 2016 The European Commission recently announced an extensive package of banking reform proposals. Of particular interest to bank creditors, proposed...

Tobia Croff, Kolja Stehl, Hervé Letréguilly, Mak Judge, Ellerina Teo, Sandy Collins, Daniel Frost, Ben McMurdo, Wilf Odgers, Inyoung Song, Barnabas W.B. Reynolds, Thomas Donegan, Anna Doyle.

Brexit: A Financial Free Zone Within the City

United Kingdom, European Union - September 19 2016 The UK Government recently indicated that it intends to negotiate a unique EU-UK relationship post-Brexit. It is hoped that the arrangements will be...

Ellerina Teo, James Comyn, Claire Hunter, Barnabas W.B. Reynolds, Thomas Donegan.

Brexit: Free Movement of Persons

United Kingdom, European Union - August 5 2016 Since the UK referendum on EU membership in June 2016, discussions have intensified on the UK’s relationship with the EU, with free movement of...

Ellerina Teo, Claire Hunter, Barnabas W.B. Reynolds, Thomas Donegan.

FINRA publishes FAQs regarding research conflicts of interest in the offering process

USA - October 6 2015 In late May, FINRA published a set of Frequently Asked Questions regarding FINRA's equity research rule, which addresses interactions between...

Jennifer D. Morton, Jenny Ding Jordan, Charles S. Gittleman, Russell D. Sacks.