HR practitioners and in-house counsel have often had to think about mutual separations as a way to 'exit' employees. This month, we take a look at
The Singapore Ministry of Manpower has recently issued new guidelines in relation to contract workers as part of the drive to protect such workers
As we previously reported, the recently established SICC is up and running. It issued its first judgment in May 2016 and has
A new amendment to China's Company Law simplifies the capital system applicable to companies established in China. The amendments were passed by the
There have been three recent developments in the sphere of arbitration in the GCC.
In this edition of Middle East exchange, we focus on some recent developments in the sphere of arbitration in the GCC.
On 16 June 2011, it was widely reported in the press that the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology was in the process of drafting a proposal which would see private sector permitting to invest in certain basic telecom business
In the recent case of AstraZeneca UK Limited v Albermarle International Corporation and another 2011 EWHC 1574 (Comm), the High Court has criticised the "strong presumption" applied in Internet Broadcasting Corporation Ltd (ta NETTV) and another v MAR LLC (ta MARHedge) 2009 EWHC 844 (Ch) that an exclusion clause does not apply to a deliberate repudiatory breach.
The Court of First Instance has ruled that it does not have jurisdiction under section 213 of the Securities and Futures Ordinance (Cap. 571) ("SFO") to make a declaration that Tiger Asia Management LLC ("Tiger Asia") engaged in insider trading contrary to section 291(5) of the SFO.
Recent draft rules issued for public comment aim to clearly permit investors to inject equity as the registered capital of a foreign-invested enterprise ("FIE").