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UK company voluntary arrangements: 10 key takeaways for property owners from government research

The company voluntary arrangement (CVA) is an insolvency process that has raised significant concern amongst commercial property owners in recent years about their use by tenant companies...

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UK Planning top tips: certificates of lawfulness

Certificates of lawfulness can serve a useful function when certainty is needed as to whether an existing or proposed use or operation is or would be lawful. What are the key issues?

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UK Supreme Court provides welcome clarity on the operation of the Telecoms Code

In a long-awaited judgment handed down on 22 June 2022, the Supreme Court has addressed issues that have dogged telecoms operators and land owners since the revised Electronic...

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Draft with care – Hong Kong court highlights the importance of proper pleadings

The Hong Kong Court of First Instance case has denied declaratory and payment order relief sought by a company that had been the victim of cyber fraud because of issues with their...

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Proof in Trial: Appellate Edition: Stand Up for California et al. v. U.S. Department of the Interior et al.

A Native American tribe in California looks to reclaim land that was rightfully theirs, and build a future and financial stability for their people. After a lengthy process, the tribe is...

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UK Real Estate Life Sciences: what are the issues facing landlords, developers and investors?
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Over the last eighteen months we have seen more and more landlords, developers and investors looking at opportunities to invest in the UK life sciences sector. As with any new and...

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Statutory bodies – forced to enforce?

The Hong Kong Court of Appeal (Poon CHJC, Barma, and Au JJA) has imposed upon a statutory corporation an obligation to consider whether it should take measures to enforce a lease against a...

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Statutory bodies – forced to enforce?

The Hong Kong Court of Appeal (Poon CHJC, Barma, and Au JJA) has imposed upon a statutory corporation an obligation to consider whether it should take measures to enforce a lease against a...

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High Court discovery ruling will transform international arbitration’

The U.S. Supreme Court issued a rare unanimous decision on June 13 in a pair of consolidated cases that will have broad ramifications for international arbitration. In ZF Automotive US ...

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