US persons, including corporations, who own or control more than 10% of a foreign entity must make a filing with the United States Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Nasdaq announces new delisting standards and temporary relief for listed companies with depressed trading prices.
This note summarises the key temporary changes to the regulatory framework for companies listed in the UK that have been announced to date in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and provides suggestions on how such companies might mitigate the disruption from COVID-19 including the use of virtual AGMs.
In this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly find out when you can rely on without prejudice statements to rebut allegations of fraud, when the court will order a payment on account of costs and a salutary lesson on the risks of refusing to mediate.
This article summarises the key provisions of the long-awaited Decision 13 and discusses its implications for the Vietnamese solar energy market.
An end to uncertainty? Court of Appeal guidance on determining the proper law of arbitration agreements
The English Court of Appeal has provided much needed clarification on the interplay between the underlying law governing international agreements, the proper law of an arbitration clause in such agreements, and the parties’ choice of the seat of arbitration.
This article, focusing on France, is the fourth of a series of articles exploring the future of e-charging in Europe.
Confused about how to determine what the proper law of an arbitration agreement is? Well in this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly, find out how the Court of Appeal has tried to bring some clarity to the issue.
This is the fifth of our five-part series covering the issues facing the construction industry in five different jurisdictions across the world in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a judgment handed down today, WFW acted for the successful party on an appeal to the English Commercial Court on key questions concerning SAJ Form shipbuilding contracts (SBCs). This article explores the judgment.