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Paris, the eternal city for arbitration?

by DLA Piper on

The first edition of the Paris Arbitration Week commences on April 24.1 Organizers have highlighted that the event “is a great occasion to celebrate the repeated trust the actors of international arbitration have for Paris”.2...more

Formalize your arrangements, don't rely on a love affair

by Hogan Lovells on

The question of how willing the court is to impose fiduciary duties on a person informally involved in a company has, to an extent, been answered by the case of Karla Otto Ltd v Bulent Eren Bayram (24 February 2017). Such...more

Alien Tort Case Development: The U.S. Supreme Court Will Review the Question of Corporate Liability

On Monday, April 3, the U.S. Supreme Court granted a petition for a writ of certiorari filed by plaintiffs in Jesner v. Arab Bank, No. 16-499. The case may once and for all determine whether companies are appropriate...more

ITC Grants Oral Argument

by Jones Day on

As we have previously reported, the Commission recently heard its first Section 337 oral argument in nearly ten years. Hot on the heels of that proceeding, the ITC has again granted an oral argument in a Section 337...more

Fraud and Performance Securities

by White & Case LLP on

Performance securities are an everyday feature of construction and engineering projects. It is increasingly common to see calls on performance securities challenged on the basis of "fraud". Two recent cases from the English...more

Commercial Division Refuses to Disturb Judgment Based On “Newly Discovered” Evidence That Was Available in Russian Public Records...

What is the ability of a litigant in the Commercial Division to use evidence located in the public records outside of the United States to re-open a New York court judgment? On December 7, 2016, in Alexander Gliklad v....more

Art Advisors are Not Always Fiduciaries—Lawsuit over Cady Noland "Log Cabin" Dismissed

by Sullivan & Worcester on

The ongoing saga between Yves Bouvier and Dmitri Rybolovlev over Bouvier’s sale to the Russian billionaire of Leonardo’s Salvator Mundi (and a recent preemptive suit by Sotheby’s against the original sellers of the work to...more

ITC Puts 337 Case on Imports of Steel on Hold

by King & Spalding on

On April 26, the United States Steel Corporation (U.S. Steel) filed a complaint with the International Trade Commission (ITC) alleging that certain unfair trade practices relating to the import of steel carbon and alloy steel...more

Update Kapitalmarkt- und Gesellschaftsrecht: Sind Sie vorbereitet auf die MAR (Marktmissbrauchsverordnung)?

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

Ab dem 3. Juli 2016 gelten die Vorgaben der Marktmissbrauchsverordnung (Verordnung (EU) Nr. 596/2014 des Europäischen Parlaments und des Rates vom 16. April 2014). Ihre Regelungen gelten für alle börsennotierten...more

Orrick's Financial Industry Week in Review

Council of EU Adopts Regulation Extending Exemptions for Commodity Dealers under CRR - On May 30, 2016, the Council of the EU published a press release confirming that it has adopted a Regulation amending the Capital...more

New Federal Trade Secrets Bill Was Signed into Law – What’s Next?

by Moore & Van Allen PLLC on

On May 11, 2016, President Obama signed S. 1890 – The Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) into law, the final step in creating the first federal civil cause of action against those who misappropriate a company’s trade secrets. ...more

Investment Funds Update - Europe: Legal and regulatory updates for the funds industry from the key asset management centres and...

by Dechert LLP on

PRA and FCA Reject the Position Taken on CRD IV Bonus Cap Proportionality in the EBA’s New Remuneration Guidelines - The PRA and FCA notified the European Banking Authority (EBA) that they will comply with all aspects of...more

Potential Commercial Litigation Consequences of 'Brexit'

by Morgan Lewis on

With the referendum for Britain potentially leaving the European Union (“Brexit”) fast approaching on 23 June 2016, a “leave” vote could have far-reaching consequences for commercial litigation in the courts of England and...more

Corporate Trustees: how gross must negligence be?

by Bryan Cave on

Surprisingly, the distinction between negligence and gross negligence in English contract and trust law is unclear. On one view, reflected in the older cases, there is little or no difference at all....more

Blog: Court Of Appeal Approves Third Party Costs Order Against An Insurer

by Cooley LLP on

In Legg & Ors v Sterte Garage Ltd and Aviva UK Limited [2016] EWCA Civ 97, the Court of Appeal upheld the first instance decision that a third party costs order made against the defendant insurer was justified in...more

Russia’s New Commercial Arbitration Reform—Key Points

by Morgan Lewis on

Russia recently enacted an important packet of laws that substantially alters the landscape for commercial arbitration in and involving Russia (both wholly domestic and international) and addresses in detail the current...more

Legal revolution in France – civil law reforms (or Napoleon’s second coming)

by Reed Smith on

This alert draws attention to the approaching entry into force of the new French civil code. This will be of interest to all parties with French law-governed agreements or that do business in France – especially regarding...more

UK Financial Regulatory Developments - January 2016 #8

by Dentons on

PRA bans former Co-op Bank individuals - PRA has prohibited Barry Tootell, former Chief Financial Officer and Chief Executive of the Co-operative Bank Plc (Co-op Bank) and Keith Alderson, former Managing Director of the...more

Indian Parliament Enacts Revisions to the 1996 Arbitration Act

by WilmerHale on

On 11 December 2015, we provided a summary of revisions to the 1996 Indian Arbitration and Conciliation Act (the “Act”) made by the President of India through the 2015 Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Ordinance that...more

Russian 'Corporate Raid' to be Dealt with by English Arbitral Tribunal

by Bryan Cave on

Egiazaryan and Gogokhiya v OJSC OEK Finance and The City of Moscow [2015] EWHC 3532 (Comm) - The Arbitration Act 1996 allows a party to an arbitration with an English seat to appeal a decision on jurisdiction made by the...more

Evidentiary Problems with Threat of Injury Findings in Canadian Trade Remedy Cases

by Bennett Jones LLP on

The recent proliferation of affirmative threat of injury findings by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) indicates problems with the CITT’s approach to its threat of injury analyses. The CITT is arguably applying...more

International Arbitration Newsletter (Oct 2015)

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

Anti-Suit Awards Are Compatible With the Original Brussels I Regulation. (Gazprom OAO v Republic of Lithuania, Case C-536/13, Judgment dated 13 May 2015) The European Court of Justice decision in Gazprom v....more

England: Inordinate Delay in Delivering Award is not Sufficient as a Ground to Set it Aside

by DLA Piper on

The English courts have recently taken a firm position on a party's right to challenge an arbitral award on the basis of the tribunal's delay in producing that award. In B.V.Scheepswerf Damen Gorinchem v The Marine Institute...more

Australian Tax Alert: Australia Pursues Multinational Tax Avoidance

by DLA Piper on

In the context of the imminent release of the OECD report to G20 finance ministers (in October 2015) dealing with its final recommendations on the Base Erosion Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan, Australia has introduced...more

Antitrust Matters - September 2015

by DLA Piper on

Antitrust investigations are no longer limited to a nation’s borders, or even to a region. Enforcers are more and more sharing information and coordinating their investigative efforts as they strive to uniformly enforce the...more

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