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Credit Suisse/Mozambique "tuna" Crisis - a Sobering Lesson - an impartial external legal overview maybe called for to avoid regulatory breaches

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have sent the clearest warning to the banking and finance sector that extensive and high-level corruption and fraud will be rigorously...

Managing Mediation

The global expansion of commerce, differing jurisdictions and increased pressure from the challenges that arose from the pandemic, have resulted in an increase in legal disputes, especially related to cross-border issues.  Giambrone & Partners is...

A Guide to Arbitration

Businesses faced with a cross-border dispute must make a decision as to which method they will choose to resolve the situation.  Going straight to court is no longer the first choice for the majority of organisations.  According to the 2021...

Successfully managing a Contentious Cross-border Dispute

Increased globalisation brings a wealth of advantages to businesses that develop the capacity to operate in more than one country.  Expansion overseas into neighbouring countries can enable a business to replicate its initial commercial success in its...

Jurisdiction can be a key factor in a Cross-border legal dispute

No business likes to be facing a commercial dispute.  A commercial dispute of any description is costly and time-consuming, if the dispute extends across more than one jurisdiction, even more so. New commercial opportunities are arising in both...

The Vital Importance of Correct Procedure and Conduct in a Redundancy Process

Employers and HR professionals must be constantly aware that inappropriate terminology and "joke" comments directed by senior staff towards their subordinates should be swiftly dealt with when discovered.  If sexist, ageist or homophobic...

A Guide to Damages for Personal Injury following an Accident in Italy

An individual who has the misfortune to be injured in an accident caused by a third party is justifiably entitled to received damages in respect of personal injuries and damage to their property.  An accident that occurs whilst you are abroad is...

Outstanding Debt? Mediation may make your Debtors pay up

As businesses are attempting to regain their previous position in the market following the restrictions and limitations brought about by the pandemic, many are facing a situation where they have outstanding invoices which considerably exceed their terms of...

Careless Talk Costs Money - Office Banter can lead to a ceiling-less Discrimination Claims

Discrimination is the one aspect of employment law that employers should make every effort to steer clear of.  The Equality Act 2010 enshrines a range of protected characteristics relating to discrimination in employment law.  Claims made by...

Intellectual Property Overview for New Businesses

Intellectual property is a catch-all term to describe the rights arising from the intangible assets that define your business branding and your innovative ideas.  The rights the business owner or creator holds to such assets require protection, they...
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