Editor: Chris Magrath
The Corporate Immigration Review surveys and analyses the most noteworthy aspects of business immigration law and practice worldwide, with a focus on the most consequential recent developments. In addition to providing an insightful introduction to the immigration framework in each jurisdiction, it also covers key international treaty obligations; residence rights; requirements for employer-sponsored workers; schemes for investors and entrepreneurs; and an outlook for future developments.
Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights into litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) worldwide, including court systems; judges and juries; limitation issues; pre-action behaviour, starting proceedings and timetable for proceedings; case management; evidence; remedies; enforcement; public access; costs; funding arrangements; insurance; class action; appeals; foreign judgments and proceedings; the role of the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration; choice of arbitrator; arbitration agreements and arbitral procedure; court interventions in arbitrations; awards; types of ADR; requirements for ADR; other interesting local features; and recent trends.
Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights into acquisitions (from the buyer’s perspective), post-acquisition restructuring, and disposals (from the seller’s perspective), including stock versus asset/liability transactions; domicile of acquisition company; company mergers and share exchanges; tax benefits of issuing stock as consideration; transaction taxes; treatment of deferred tax assets; interest relief; protections for acquisitions; spin-offs; migration of residence; interest and dividend payments; tax-efficient extraction of profits; methods of disposal including for tax mitigation and deferral purposes; and recent trends.