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Indonesian Arbitration Overview

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Andi Yusuf Kadir, Baker & McKenzie Andi Yusuf Kadir provides an insight into the Indonesian dispute resolution marketplace, offering an overview on practices in the country as well as highlighting some of the recent trends and developments in the field.

Network Ownership – Case C-375/14

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By Stefano Sbordoni of Studio Legale Sbordoni "Now we await the conclusions of the advocate general on 29 November 2015 and the nth judgment, which will be particularly important in view of the imminent call for tenders, given that the natural expiry date of all the brick-and-mortar licences and a good part of the online licences is 30 June 2016. The judgment will certainly impact the entire public gaming network". 

Countering Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in Gambling – A Missed Opportunity for Ireland?

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By Joe Kelly of A&L Goodbody "It is an anomaly that Irish anti-money laundering and antiterrorist financing laws have not to date been extended to cover land-based or online bookmakers or gaming operators."

A Legal and Policy Analysis of FIFPro’s Proposal to Reform the Regulation of Professional Football Contracts

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By Juan de Dios Crespo Pérez and Paolo Torchetti of Ruiz-Huerta & Crespo Sports Lawyers "The landmark complaint, if successful, may lead to the complete overhaul of the regulatory framework of world football."

Sports & Entertainment 2015: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Antonio Rigozzi of Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler, Benoît Keane of Keane Legal, Susan Abramovitch of Gowling Lafleur Henderson, Sven Demeulemeester of Altius and Jamie Nettleton of Addisons Lawyers to discuss issues facing sports and entertainment lawyers today.

New Zealand: Foreign Trusts and Cross-Border Planning for Individuals

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John Hart of John W Hart Limited explores New Zealand's foreign trust regime and its use in international wealth planning.

Buying a Piece of France

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Jean-Marc Tirard and Leigh-Alexandra Basha of McDermott Will & Emery highlight the importance of seeking tax, legal and accounting advice for Americans looking to take advantage of the attractive opportunities in the French real estate market.

Fair’s Fair: Balancing the Interests of the State and of Wealthy Migrants

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Clare Maurice, Arabella Murphy and Sophie Mazzier of Maurice Turnor Gardner take a look at the policies of the UK government that attempt to balance the interests of the state and those of individual taxpayers.

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