Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer | France | 6 May 2021
France's top court has reinstated an arbitration award rendered in investment treaty proceedings between a Canadian gold miner and Venezuela. The…
Russell Kennedy | Australia | 26 Feb 2021
This Judgment confirms the original decision regarding the application of the deed setting aside legislation, in particular Sections 27QD and 27QE of…
Kincaid | Mendes Vianna Advogados | Brazil | 13 Jan 2021
In October 2020 the Second Panel of the Superior Court of Justice issued a unanimous decision, on repetitive appeal, establishing that a claim to…
PRO Compliance | European Union, Germany | 13 Oct 2020
Germany’s Federal Court of Justice has ordered a lower court to rehear Carlsberg’s previously successful appeal against a €62 million cartel fine, in a ruling that could lower the evidentiary threshold for establishing an anticompetitive information exchange.
PRO Compliance | United Kingdom, USA | 27 Jul 2020
A UK court has denied UBS’s request to throw out competition law claims filed by a US governmental agency, which accuse the bank of colluding with 11 rivals to manipulate the pound-to-dollar exchange rate.
Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP | USA | 15 Jul 2020
On July 3, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released the Second Edition of their joint Resource Guide…
PRO Compliance | South Africa | 30 Jun 2020
Statute of limitation rules do not prevent South Africa’s competition authority from investigating and issuing decisions against cartels that stopped operating three years before it began scrutinising the alleged infringement, the country’s highest court has ruled.
PRO Compliance | Germany | 12 Jun 2020
A German lawyer has accused the country’s Ministry of Finance of hiding the proposal in covid-19 legislation to protect the tax office from criticism about its crackdown on cum-ex trades.
Monchamp Meldrum LLP | USA | 1 Jun 2020
As part of the California Judicial Council’s April 6th response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Judicial Council adopted Emergency Rule 9 which tolled…
Cordato Partners | Australia | 17 May 2020
The NSW Court of Appeal has decided that a Valuer’s liability for loss on a loan accrues when the property security is sold, not later when the…