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07.05.2013
Lawyers put in the stocks over lengthy skeleton arguments

A recent Court of Appeal case, Standard Bank PLC v Via Mat International Ltd1, (in which Clyde & Co acted for the respondent) has fired a warning shot that the costs of preparation could be disallowed if skeleton arguments are not kept as concise as possible

Clyde & Co LLP
06.05.2013
DIFC Court jurisdiction: constitutional and inter-Emirate issues

On 24 April 2013 the DIFC Court of First Instance issued an important judgment accepting jurisdiction over a dispute between a DIFC-based reinsurer and an Abu Dhabi based insurance company. This updates explores this matter further.

Clyde & Co LLP
03.05.2013
China’s CIRC permits private equity investment partnerships to invest in domestic insurers

An update about China’s CIRC permits private equity investment partnerships to invest in domestic insurers

Clyde & Co LLP
03.05.2013
Reinsurance Ireland

This briefing explains why Ireland is proving so attractive a location to the reinsurance industry.  It also explains the application process and the ongoing supervisory controls to which a reinsurer is subject.

William Fry
03.05.2013
Captive Insurance and Reinsurance - Ireland

This briefing explains why Ireland is proving so attractive a location to the captive industry. It also explains the application process involved in establishing a captive insurer or reinsurer and the ongoing supervisory controls to which a captive is subject.

William Fry
01.05.2013
Clark Hill Thorp Reed’s Insurance & Reinsurance Briefing

Clark Hill Thorp Reed's Insurance & Reinsurance Briefing highlights recent developments in the insurance and reinsurance industry.

Clark Hill Thorp Reed
01.05.2013
Latin America Bulletin

 Key issues in international commerce across the region.

Holman Fenwick Willan LLP
01.05.2013
Reinsurance Review
Goldberg Segalla LLP
25.04.2013
Canadian cold cash?

On February 5, Canada's federal government introduced significant amendments (Bill S-14) to the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act. This is important, particularly given the prevalence of Canadian companies in resource extraction and construction industries, often in the developing world where such issues frequently arise. The article discusses this further.

Clyde & Co LLP
24.04.2013
China’s CIRC sets out rules for breakthrough of 20% equity interest in a domestic insurer

An update about the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC) setting out rules for a breakthrough of 20% equity interest in a domestic insurer.

Clyde & Co LLP
22.04.2013
Spring Newsletter

The aim of our quarterly ezine is to provide you with a brief update on the main legal, regulatory and industry developments over the last quarter which we believe may be of interest to you and your business.

Matheson
19.04.2013
Pools and Line Slips and the Subscription Market.

European Commission study repeats competition concerns on pools and line slips,
and questions the need for related block exemption, but endorses subscription market.

Holman Fenwick Willan LLP
17.04.2013
TRIA – To Be Or Not To Be?

The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act

Allen & Overy
17.04.2013
Insurance Review Winter 2012/2013

Global Insurance Review. This edition focuses on Insurance news over the last few months.

Clifford Chance
12.04.2013
NAIC 2012 Fall national meetingdownload

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners held its 2012 Fall National Meeting from 29 November to 2 December 2012

Debevoise & Plimpton
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