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Taylor Wessing | France | 21 Mar 2017

Real estate: French contract law reform

On October 1st, 2016, the French contract law reform introduced by the Ordinance of February 10th, 2016 took effect (the "Reform"). The government

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Freeths | United Kingdom | 5 Aug 2016

Avoiding and Minimising Litigation Risk

Most companies will unfortunately find themselves being involved in commercial disputes at some point. These can be difficult, expensive and

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Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 25 Jul 2016

CSA Continues to Finesse Registrant Regulation - Proposed Additional Requirements Governing Custody, EMDs and CRM2

On July 7, 2016, the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) published proposed amendments to National Instrument 31-103 Registration Requirements

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Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 7 Jul 2016

Update: Stewart Estate v TAQA North Ltd, the finale

In November 2015, the Alberta Court of Appeal issued its decision in Stewart Estate v TAQA North Ltd, 2015 ABCA 357, which addressed a number of

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Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers | Australia | 27 May 2016

Sale of commercial premises - seller can terminate if buyer fails to advise of due diligence

Contracts for the sale of commercial premises tend to contain a special condition that allows the buyer the opportunity to make enquiries in relation

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Australia | 20 Feb 2013

‘Don't Ask, Don't Waive’ US developments in standstills

‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Waive’ provisions in standstill agreements have become relatively common in the US and have recently received considerable judicial

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Morrison & Foerster LLP | USA | 18 Dec 2012

Federal court decision supports use of “big-boy letters”

“Big-Boy Letters” are often used as a tool to limit an issuer’s or broker-dealer’s potential liability in connection with a private sale of securities.

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Hogan Lovells | USA | 21 Aug 2012

Buyer beware: Delaware Supreme Court enforces non-reliance disclaimer in NDA

The Delaware Supreme Court recently upheld the decision by a Delaware Superior Court in RAA Management, LLC v. Savage Sports Holdings, Inc., thereby affirming the Delaware courts’ position of enforcing the unambiguous terms of non-reliance disclaimer and advance waiver provisions contained in non-disclosure agreements between sophisticated parties.

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Mayer Brown | USA | 20 Jun 2012

Delaware Supreme Court ruling suggests potential buyers in M&A deals likely have limited recourse against sellers prior to signing agreement

The Delaware Supreme Court recently reminded potential buyers in M&A transactions that they likely will have very limited, if any, remedies or recourse against the seller in connection with the potential transaction until an agreement is signed.

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Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP | USA | 25 May 2012

Non-reliance and waiver clauses in NDA preclude fraud claims by would-be private equity buyer

The Delaware Supreme Court affirms enforceability of non-reliance and waiver provisions in a nondisclosure agreement to bar claims by a would-be buyer of a business based on alleged fraudulently omitted or misstated information in due diligence.

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