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A renewed focus on exclusive jurisdiction clauses post-Brexit

European Union, United Kingdom - January 13 2021 Following the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020, the full effects of the UK's departure from the EU have arrived. One such…

Fiona Caldow, Roger Matthews.

Brexit: Key issues for lending and loan documentation

European Union, United Kingdom - January 1 2021 This note considers how Brexit, and in particular the end of the transition period, affects lending and loan documentatio…

Alexander Hewitt, Catherine Astruc, Mark Cheney.

The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill - how will the new company moratorium affect lending transactions? Ten key questions answered

United Kingdom - May 28 2020 The UK government introduced the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill (CIGB) to Parliament on 20 May 2020. As well as including temporary…

Catherine Astruc, Celia Hayward, Richard Pallot-Cook.

LCs, demand guarantees, negotiable instruments and COVID-19

United Kingdom - March 16 2020 Key points Under English law, in the current circumstances, or if the current situation significantly deteriorates: it is very unlikely that most…

Alexander Hewitt.

LIBOR transition in the loan markets - frequently asked questions

United Kingdom - February 14 2020 For several decades now, a significant proportion of financing transactions denominated in sterling, US dollars, euro, Swiss franc and Japanese yen…

Alexander Hewitt.