Editor: Jan Putnis
The Banking Regulation Review is an annual survey of the most important developments in banking regulation in the most significant jurisdictions worldwide. It provides high-level insight across the gamut of the legal and regulatory requirements applicable to banks, including prudential regulation, rules governing the conduct of business, funding, control and transfers of banking business and much more.
Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights into patent litigation and patent office procedures, including types of enforcement proceedings; trial format and timing; standards of proof; standing to sue; inducement / contributory infringement; infringement by foreign activities / by equivalents; discovery; litigation timetable and costs; appeals; scope and ownership of patents; alternative dispute resolution; defences of absolute novelty, obviousness, inventiveness or prior use; types of remedy; voluntary and compulsory licensing; patent office proceedings, including timetabling, costs, appeals, opposition, and modification / re-examination of patents; and recent trends.
Expert local accounts of insolvency and bankruptcy law worldwide, addressing: applicable legislation, excluded entities, secured lending and credit, competent courts, voluntary liquidations and reorganisations, involuntary liquidations and reorganisations, doing business during reorganisations, stays of proceedings and moratoria, set-off and netting, post-filing credit, expedited, successful and unsuccessful reorganisations, bankruptcy formalities, claims and appeals, voidable transactions, creditors’ enforcement, director and officer liability and international cases.
Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights, including legislation, protected employee categories and enforcement agencies; worker representation; checks on applicants; terms of employment; rules on foreign workers; post-employment restrictive covenants; liability for acts of employees; taxation of employees; employee-created IP; data protection; business transfers; termination of employment; dispute resolution; and recent trends.
First step, comparative analysis of the legal frameworks, regulation and procedures concerning the practice of government relations and lobbying within the most significant jurisdictions worldwide. The first study of its kind in this area, Getting The Deal Through – Government Relations addresses topics including; forms of government and rulemaking authorities, lobbying regulation, campaign finance, ethics, anti-corruption and an examination of recent high-profile judicial or administrative decisions.