The Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC), which was set up last year to preside over cases between foreign parties governed by foreign law, has issued its first written judgment.
Legislation which would reform higher education in England, under the oversight of new regulator the Office for Students (OfS), has now been published.
FOCUS: Universities face new compliance burdens when China's new law regulating foreign non-governmental organisations (NGOs) comes into force next year - but core educational activities should be exempt from the new requirements.
- China consults on car market rules 12 Jan 2016
- New Chinese policies to encourage firms to expand internationally 14 Dec 2015
- Guide: Appointing a commercial agent
- Guide: Fiduciary duties
- Master trust regulation looking more likely following Work and Pensions Committee intervention, says expert 17 May 2016
- More claims now eligible for Financial Services Compensation Scheme 05 May 2016
- Guide: An introduction to collective redress schemes
- Guide: The Consumer Rights Act: consolidating UK consumer protection laws
- Insurer able to terminate contract after High Court considers validity of both the termination notice and an email exchange varying the contract 19 Jan 2016
- Western banks remain cautious despite lifting of Iran sanctions, says expert 18 Jan 2016
- Guide: Company disclosure requirements under the 2015 Modern Slavery Act
- Guide: Using competitive tenders
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