By Meir Linzen, Herzog, Fox & Neeman For practitioners who deal with private clients in Israel, 2016 has been a very significant year – there have been major changes in the legislation and the case law affecting many private clients. This article summarises the main developments on both the tax and the family law side.
By Mark Abell, Bird & Bird The decision of the United Kingdom on 23 June 2016 to leave the European Union will have a very real, but not yet fully known, impact upon all those franchisors around the world that have a presence in the UK and possibly many of those which have a presence in the rest of the EU. This will present challenges for franchise lawyers, who will need to understand the potential implications as they change and develop over the coming years and advise their franchise clients how best to deal with them.
Who’s Who Legal brings together Lee Plave of Plave Koch, Penny Ward of Baker & McKenzie and Jennifer Dolman of Osler Hoskin & Harcourt to discuss issues facing franchise lawyers and their clients today.
Who’s Who Legal brings together Saverio Lembo at Bär & Karrer and Judith Seddon at Clifford Chance to discuss issues facing business crime defence lawyers and their clients in the industry today, including key cases, the increasing focus on prosecuting individuals and upcoming market developments.
By Neerav Merchant, Majmudar & Partners "Based on various reports the real estate sector looks fertile for future growth and the Indian real estate market may touch US$180 billion by 2020. To adjudge the real estate sector’s critical role in the Indian economy, it may be beneficial to trace its development over the decades."
By Ira J Waldman and Adam B Weissburg, Cox Castle & Nicholson In this article, Ira Waldman and Adam Weissburg discuss the increasingly competing interests of major players in the US real estate market, including state and federal governments, the public and financial investors, and the way in which these diverging agendas are impacting the direction of its development.
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