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Dentons Adds lawyer Carl R. Steen to Global Energy Practice
Dentons announced today that Carl R. Steen has joined the Firm's Global Energy Practice as a Partner in Los Angeles, adding to the Firm's rapidly-growing presence on the West Coast and strengthening its already robust transactional, infrastructure and project finance capabilities.
Dentons’ Kyiv office advises Turkcell on its acquisition of Astelit shares for US$100 million
Dentons advised Turkcell, an integrated telecommunications and technology services provider, in Ukraine on the acquisition of SCM Holdings Limited’s (“SCM”) 44.96 percent stake in Euroasia Telecommunications Holding B.V. based in The Netherlands, in which Turkcell previously held a 55.04 percent stake.
Dentons among the most active law firms in PTAB filings during first half of 2015
Dentons was listed among the top 15 most active law firms for Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) petitions filed in the first half of 2015 by Managing IP.
Learning From Other Firms' Mistakes
A recent industry claims survey reveals not only the severity of legal malpractice claims, but the survey also highlights the increased growth and expense of such claims.
ASBCA Continues to Apply the Expressly Unallowable Cost Standard in an Unworkable Way
Recently, in Raytheon Co., ASBCA Nos. 57576, et al (June 26, 2015), the ASBCA confirmed that a narrow reading of the term “expressly unallowable” costs is appropriate under the CAS and FAR.
Dentons advises Union Investment on the acquisition of Radisson Blu in Wroclaw, Poland
Dentons’ Real Estate team advised Union Investment on the acquisition of the five-star Radisson Blu hotel in Wroclaw, Poland’s fourth largest city and next year’s European Capital of Culture. The hotel was sold by a company from the UBM Development AG group.
Dentons strengthens Capital Markets group with the addition of Joshua Jordon
Dentons announced today that Joshua D. Jordon has joined as a Partner in the Capital Markets Practice. He joins from American Mortgage Consultants, Inc. (AMC), a highly-regarded Wall Street due diligence firm, where he was Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Compliance Officer.
Dentons ranked 1st in Bloomberg's H1 League Tables for Eastern Europe
Dentons' Corporate team in Europe has significantly increased its rankings in the recently published H1 League Tables, including reaching the #1 spot for Eastern Europe in Bloomberg’s rankings. In addition, the team has significantly increased its rankings in other published League Tables, particularly for Central and Eastern Europe, Poland, France and Turkey.
Lawyers in Dentons’ Vancouver Office Participate in Rotary Bike-a-Thon
On Sunday, July 11, 2015, four members of our Vancouver office challenged themselves to a 120km bike ride as part of the Vancouver Rotary Foundation’s annual Bike-A-Thon. The “intrepid four”— of Stephen Coyle, Eric Sherbine, Dan McElroy and team captain Gordon Esau—braved mild conditions and light traffic on the scenic and agreeably-flat course along the Fraser River.
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
The Consumer Rights Act 2015 (the Act) is the keystone of the changing consumer protection landscape. Its scope signifies the growing weight that consumer protection law commands in the UK and the EU more generally. This update continues our coverage of the current reform of UK consumer rights law (see "Implementing the Consumer Rights Bill"). Read more
The Consumer Rights Bill is expected to enter into force on 1 October 2015, subject to Parliament's approval. The Bill overhauls consumer protection legislation in the UK, consolidating consumer law found in different pieces of legislation (including the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977) and defining key terms, such as "trader" and "consumer", to ensure a consistent approach going forwards. Read more
Partner Scott Toban presents a refresher course and in-depth analysis of each of the contract's sections: Recitals - blackletter and case law interpretation of binding effect; Consideration - discussion of meaningful consideration and lack thereof; Representations and Warranties - recent case-law examples affecting corporate counsel; Covenants and Conditions Precedent - conflicts between conditions and covenants and recent case-law examples affecting corporate counsel; Remedies - discussion of mismatched defaults and failure to provide enforceable remedies; Boilerplate - the real-life costs of draftsperson and reviewer fatigue. Read more
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