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LIBOR cessation: demystifying the switch to risk-free rates

It’s official. On 5 March 2021 the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced that all LIBOR settings will either cease to be published by any administrator...

09 March 2021

Reforms to UK listing rules on the horizon: retaining London’s competitive advantage

Last week Lord Hill published his review into the UK listing environment, which examines how companies raise equity capital on UK public markets and made a series of...

08 March 2021

UK Budget 2021 - Clean Energy and Infrastructure Focus

The UK’s Chancellor unveiled the government’s tax and spending plans on 3 March 2021 at a time of unprecedented borrowing, not seen since the World Wars.

05 March 2021

Keepwell and carry on: enforcement of Keepwell deeds put to the test in China

Keepwell deeds, also known as letters of comfort, are a credit protection tool commonly used by Chinese companies issuing debt offshore.

23 February 2021

Shanghai’s STAR Exchange A Source of Capital. A Source of Chinese Partners for International Partners?

China’s version of NASDAQ was established on July 22, 2019 and has been spectacularly successful. China has become the center of global capital raising with 40% of global...

10 February 2021

Remote Learning & Data Protection: Tips for Education Providers

COVID-19 has posed huge challenges for many industries/sectors and not least for the education sector

19 January 2021

Companies, creditors and shareholders take note… the UK’s Supreme Court clips the wings of the reflective loss principle

The principle of reflective loss found itself in front of the UK courts during the summer of 2020 in Sevilleja v Marex Financial Ltd [2020]

08 December 2020

Shadow owners should be wary of the Duomatic Principle when instructing agents

On 30 July 2020, the Privy Council confirmed in Ciban Management Corporation v Citco (BVI) Ltd & Anor (British Virgin Islands) [2020]

08 December 2020

Adding further particulars and claims relating to COVID to proceedings will not always been successful

COVID-19 has resulted in many individuals and businesses making claims through the UK courts

08 December 2020

Watch out Buyers: Despite actual knowledge, notices for claims must include sufficient detail

The High Court in Dodika Ltd v United Luck Group Holdings Ltd [2020] EWHC 2101 (Comm) recently held that a buyer’s provision of a notice in respect of...

08 December 2020

If in doubt, spell it out! You can never be too careful when drafting legal agreements

The Full English afficionados amongst you will recall that we originally covered the UK High Court’s ruling on Primus International Holding Company

08 December 2020

The Full English

The Full English is back for its third edition, highlighting the key corporate and commercial themes from the UK Courts since June 2020 that should be considered

08 December 2020
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