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Philipp Windemuth joins Dentons Moscow and Berlin offices with a team of lawyers
Philipp Windemuth has joined Dentons’ Russian, German and US Corporate practice as a partner. Philipp joins Dentons from Orrick. Specializing in M&A, real estate and financing transactions, he will be based in Dentons’ Moscow and Berlin offices.
CLE Seminar for In-House Counsel - Kansas City
We are once again pleased to offer a full day of Missouri and Kansas CLE-approved classes. Earn up to eight hours of CLE credit in Missouri and Kansas, including up to two hours of ethics/professionalism credits. Applications for CLE credit also will be submitted to California, Illinois, and Nebraska.
Dentons Advises on Gaming Sector Deal of Magic Feature
Dentons announced today that it advised the sellers on the sale of a 20% shareholding in Magic Feature Inc. to Forgame Holdings Limited (HKEx Stock Code: 00484) for a total consideration of US$70 million (HK$543,270,000).
Dentons Budapest Newsletter: Collateral security structure of credit facilities in the new Hungarian Civil Code
On March 15, 2014, the new Civil Code entered into force as the most important legislation, governing the financial and personal relations of companies and persons. The new code with an increased commercial emphasis incorporates the results of legal developments of the past decades by adapting to the economic needs of our times.
Overview of the Hong Kong Licensing Regime
The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) is responsible for administering the Securities and Futures Ordinance (SFO), which governs the securities and futures market in Hong Kong.
Students: Starting Your Career in Law
Interested in a world of opportunity? Then we invite you to consider beginning your career with Dentons, one of the largest law firms in the world with over 79 locations in 52 countries and more than 2,500 lawyers and professionals with whom you might be working on any given day.
Dentons Canada's Frank Bowman honoured for outstanding leadership and dedication to the legal profession
On March 13, 2014, the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) announced the names of eight individuals who will be honoured for their outstanding contribution to society and the legal profession. Amongst the eight was Dentons Canada partner, Frank Bowman, who will be awarded the LSUC’s top honour, the Law Society Medal.
Global Restaurant Investment Forum
On March 11 and 12, 2014, members from the Franchising and Distribution Group at Dentons traveled to Dubai to attend and participate in the inaugural Global Restaurant Investment Forum (GRIF), designed for key players in the restaurant and hospitality industries.
Dentons announces US partner and counsel promotions
Dentons announced the election of 12 new partners and the appointment of seven counsel in its US offices. The promotions are effective January 1, 2014, and include lawyers resident in seven of the Firm's US offices.
From sensitive non-disclosure to complex cooperation agreements, contracts need to be tailored to reflect the position of the parties with a sufficient level of precision so that risk is contained and commercial interests are secured. In particular, when agreements touch upon regulated markets, specific industries or have cross-border or foreign law elements, Dentons’ resources, sector expertise and global reach add value.
Our lawyers have the know-how and instincts required to provide for and ensure your rights—in the most sophisticated industries, in new and emerging legal environments and in highly mature markets. The breadth of our experience means we know what to expect and we know what is likely to be an issue. We forewarn you and we know the optimal solutions.
We also routinely bring together experts from different practices and jurisdictions to provide expert-level input on a matter. This may be at the negotiation, contract management or dispute stage.
Dentons Poland has won the Book of Lists 2013 ranking in the Law Firm category. The honor was formally announced at a gala event on 18 June in Warsaw. Read more
Parties on both sides of a loan have specific goals, interests and resources—and the better each side understands the other, the smoother your deal is likely to be. Partner Don Weaver and Associate Ike Chidi discuss common loan structures, guarantees and collateral, pricing, interest rates, waivers and other critical considerations of any debt transaction. Read more
Currently, profits for oil and gas companies are subject to corporation tax (at 30%) and a supplemental charge (currently 32%). Certain older fields are also subject to Petroleum Revenue Tax (PRT) at 50% (PRT was replaced with the supplemental charge for fields that were given development consent on or after 16 March 1993). Any company currently subject to PRT is allowed to deduct any PRT paid from its profits when calculating its income for corporation tax purposes.
The effect of the allowance is to reduce the amount of profits subject to tax for the supplemental charge and PRT (it will not affect the amount of profits subject to corporation tax). Read more
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