Brexit countdown Our countdown illustrates the key dates and milestones on the road to Brexit. We will share regular updates recent developments in international investment law PDF the progress of the Brexit negotiations as they unfold. A market has seen marked robust domestic activity and a strong tech sector but declining inbound dealmaking.
Why, how and when should directors engage with shareholders? Activism among investors is on the rise across the globe. Consumer deals slip as digital disrupts Digital disruption and its impact on physical retailers once again weighed on the consumer sector in 2018. A volume was down 13 percent year-on-year to 465 deals in 2018. A in 2018 2018 was a strong year for dealmaking in the US, particularly domestically, but when will the tide turn? Does your compliance program address UK exposure? A market delivered another year of strong performance in 2018.
Troubled Waters of the UK’s Labour Platform: Can Investment Protection and Arbitration be a Lifeline? Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. How can my law firm get involved? The country is expecting a slowdown in immigration, which was a key issue in the general election in late 2017. The centre-right National Party that had been in power since 2008 was replaced by a coalition led by Labour, making Jacinda Ardern the new prime minister. Under the new regime, changes in policy are likely to affect key areas such as overseas investment rules and infrastructure development.
For law firms, there is much to work on, including issues that arise from regulatory changes the new government is formulating. The healthy economy has meant there have been relatively few insolvencies, though some large corporate collapses, notably in the insurance and construction sectors, have drawn in many firms with specialist practices. A key trend in the legal market going forward will be ethical standards, following allegations made about the culture and conduct of male lawyers at one of the country’s largest firms. The Tax Working Group’s Interim Report – A capital gains tax for New Zealand?