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Must an indemnifying party meet in full all claims
arising, including a third party claim which has not been defended
by the indemnified party? The...
2010 represented a landmark year for international
transfer pricing, with the OECD undertaking a fundamental overhaul
of its Transfer Pricing Guidelines...
Companies that find themselves the subject of
unwanted takeover speculation will have their hand strengthened by
changes to be made to the Takeover Code...
A recent case will be of interest to all those
involved in negotiating the restructuring of groups of companies
labouring under too much debt where there...
From 1 October 2010 investors in publicly-traded
companies will have a new statutory right to claim compensation
from their company (but not its directors)...
The Office of Fair Trading has today announced its
intention of undertaking a market study into the investment banking
sector. In its press release,...
All directors of FTSE 350 companies will soon be
expected to submit themselves for re-election annually, under new
best practice guidelines on corporate...
A recent decision of the UK’s First Tier Tax Tribunal in
Mr Swift v The Commissioners has raised doubts in relation
to the UK tax treatment of US limited...
It now seems likely that the Conservative/Lib Dem coalition government led by David Cameron will introduce a number of Capital Gains Tax (“CGT”) changes...
Financial advisers’ terms of engagement
typically provide the adviser with a premium for a successful
outcome to the transaction. The engagement can...
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