Need the latest on banking and capital markets?

Need the latest on banking and capital markets?

New edition of extremely accessible guide to the banking and capital markets – now published Banking and Capital Markets Companion, Sixth Edition provides a clear and concise examination of the law, practice and procedure of debt fund raising in the banking and capital markets. Extremely accessible Using a highly accessible format, the Companion allows you. Read more

Employment Tribunals: How to bring or defend a claim

Employment Tribunals: How to bring or defend a claim

The Employment Tribunals Handbook: Practice, Procedures and Strategies for Success, Fourth Edition Paul Waite and Alan Payne with Alex Ustych Following the 2013 reforms to Employment Tribunal Rules, every practitioner will need this easy-to-access guide to bringing and defending a claim in the tribunal The Employment Tribunals Handbook: Practice, Procedures and Strategies for Success, Fourth. Read more

Addressing the growing concerns for all IT users

Addressing the growing concerns for all IT users

As data privacy, information ownership and information usage become a growing concern for all users of IT, the new edition of Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law addresses these concerns by providing an in-depth, yet practical book that equips IP and IT lawyers with a thorough and up-to-date understanding of how to navigate this complex. Read more

Mediators need to be prepared for the updated Civil Procedure Rules following the Jackson report

Mediators need to be prepared for the updated Civil Procedure Rules following the Jackson report

In the wake of the Jackson reforms new guidance has just been published to ensure that lawyers and practitioners now fully understand the position of mediation law within the context of the Civil Procedure Rules. Leading law publisher Bloomsbury Professional has just made available a new title, Mediation Law and Civil Practice.  Its purpose is to ensure that. Read more

New guide helps companies avoid the shareholder remuneration backlash

New guide helps companies avoid the shareholder remuneration backlash

Directors’ remuneration incentives are currently the largest source of shareholder dissent with 7% voting against remuneration reports. But how do directors’ remuneration committees find the balance between motivating directors, the interests of the business whilst still appeasing shareholders? Let alone cope with all the new directors’ reporting regulations as well as all the other recent. Read more

International journal announces world class line up for sovereign wealth fund issue

International journal announces world class line up for sovereign wealth fund issue

International Review of Law Special Issue – Sovereign Wealth Funds Contributors* Prof. Larry Catá Backer – A world renowned and highly acclaimed international law scholar, author of many books and articles, one of the most cited and respected international law scholars. Prof. Locknie Hsu – former Associate Dean of Singapore Management University Law School, prolific scholar, intl and. Read more

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