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FCA consults on CRD IV: Are you an IFPRU or BIPRU firm?

Proposed changes to the FCA Handbook as published by the FCA in its consultation paper published on 31 July 2013.
Russia sanctions bring new wave of compliance risks

Litigation partner Shaistah Akhtar and senior associate Darren Roiser wrote an article for The Banker on the scope and extension of Russia's sanctions.

Pink marks leave Victoria's Secret red faced

Victoria’s Secret PINK brand found to infringe on Thomas Pink’s UK and Community trade marks.

France: Cartel Regulation 2015

An extract from The European Antitrust Review 2015 looking at French cartel regulation.

Workplace Wisdoms: The rising price of holidays - new rules on paid leave

Employment law podcast from King & Wood Mallesons SJ Berwin on the latest cases around holiday pay, including the issue of lost commission and what employers should do in response.

Bribery and corruption in foreign investments: Investor beware

This article discusses the risks that allegations of bribery pose, as well as the need to seek protection against these risks when operating in high risk jurisdictions.

The ISDA-fication of arbitration

An interview with Dr Peter Werner, Senior Director at ISDA on the widespread spread use of its 'Master Agreements'.

Client question: Is it a good idea to add a time limit for the arbitration award?

Dorothy Murray discusses whether setting a time limit for an arbitration award is a good approach.

Enforcing foreign arbitral awards: The relevance of assets in the State for recognition and enforcement

Joanne Strain and Parnika Chaturvedi assess the obstacles present when exporting an arbitral award for enforcement in a foreign jurisdiction.

Law of the Sea: Reparation before ITLOS

King & Wood Mallesons SJ Berwin has successfully brought a claim for damages on behalf of Panama before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.

What will the new developments in the FTZ Arbitration Rules on Interim Measures and Evidence Rules mean for multinational companies?

Denning Jin examines how the Free Trade Zone Arbitration Rules will affect multinational companies.

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Shaistah Akhtar

Shaistah Akhtar is a regular contributor to our Business Litigation Alert, primarily focusing on fraud, bribery and sanctions issues in Europe and around the world.