CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP | European Union | 23 May 2014
The European Supervisory Authorities (‘ESAs’) are the European Banking Authority (‘EBA’), the European Securities & Markets Authority (‘ESMA’) and the…
Barry Nilsson | Australia | 27 Mar 2014
On 18 January 2008 the plaintiff was stationary behind a line of vehicles at a roundabout when her vehicle was struck from behind by a four wheel…
William Fry | Ireland | 20 Feb 2014
Irish SMEs raised €285 million from investors in 2013, up 6% on the previous year, according to the annual Irish Venture Capital Association…
Morton Fraser | United Kingdom | 17 Feb 2012
There has been much huffing and puffing within the legal profession and in the press recently about mortgage lenders making changes to their general conveyancing panels.
Jones Day | USA | 7 Feb 2012
In 2011, financing markets began to inch toward pre-crunch availability levels; however, as the production schedules for each of the major aircraft manufacturers increase to produce more energy-efficient equipment, there will be even more demand for such financing.
Clayton Utz | Australia | 4 Nov 2011
Australia's infrastructure backlog is well-documented.
Wedlake Bell | United Kingdom | 29 Oct 2011
Legal disputes over assets, such as property and shares, held in trusts have continued to soar as fall-out from the stock market and property market slump continues says Wedlake Bell, the City law firm.
Mills & Reeve LLP | United Kingdom | 18 Oct 2011
Consultation on the NPPF closed yesterday and the task of reviewing the opinions expressed in many and varied submissions now takes place in Whitehall.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP | USA | 17 Oct 2011
Recently, many courts have dismissed ERISA “stock drop” cases at the pleadings stage, finding plaintiffs’ allegations insufficient to overcome the presumption of prudence which many courts find applies to the decision to offer qualifying employer securities as a plan investment option.
Ballard Spahr LLP | USA | 27 Sep 2011
As my fellow blogger, Chris Willis, indicated in his prior post, Raj Date, the current acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, has been actively previewing the CFPB’s forthcoming rule-making priorities.