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Dentons hires new COO for Europe
Dentons announces the appointment of Richard Singer as its new European Chief Operating Officer. Richard Singer joined Dentons from White & Case and is based in the Prague office.
What's the cost? The Fee for Intervention (FFI) scheme
Since October 2012, the Fee for Intervention (FFI) scheme has given the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) a statutory power to recover its costs from those found to be in material breach of health and safety law.
Russian foreign trade: trends and potential opportunities for business. Customs aspects
Following the imposition of sanctions by a number of European countries and the United States, the Russian Government is looking to develop and implement alternative means of developing foreign trade.
Dentons contributes to "Asian Capital Into European Property" Special Report
The article was published in Property Investor Europe magazine’s July/August special supplement on "Asian Capital into European Property". It discusses recent trends in Asia-Europe cross-border capital flows and analyzes why, how and where these investments currently occur.
Major changes to Canada's trademark laws—what every business needs to know
The Canadian government recently introduced a Bill which contained the most significant changes to Canada's trademark laws in modern history. Due to the fact that the revisions were contained in an omnibus Budget Implementation Bill, they were introduced without consultation and passed despite serious concerns from intellectual property lawyers and businesses over their potential impact.
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 expands its restructuring team
As of August 1, 2014 the global law firm Dentons has strengthened its Berlin office with the addition of Michael Seppelt, Counsel. Michael will work in the field of restructuring and tax and will be a member of the team led by restructuring and reorganization expert Andreas Ziegenhagen.
Notice of Holding Foreign Citizenship or Foreign Residency Permit
On August 4, 2014, Federal Law No. 142-FZ dated June 4, 2014 on Amendments to Articles 6 and 30 of the Federal Law on Russian Federation Citizenship and Certain Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation entered force.
Dentons assembles energy leaders at 2014 Energy Outlook event
Dentons and Navigant hosted the Energy Outlook event at the National Press Club in Washington, DC for the fourth consecutive year. The half-day of panel discussions drew approximately 200 industry leaders, members of the diplomatic corps, congressional staff and press.
Disputes are a part of doing business; at Dentons, resolving them is our business. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is one of Dentons' core practices. Litigation may be a necessary component of a dispute resolution strategy, but it is only one of the problem-solving tools we apply to resolve disputes.
As the use of ADR has grown, so too has the sophistication of the processes we employ. Effective, successful use of ADR mechanisms requires counsel with specialized training and experience. Dentons has long been at the forefront of ADR development, investing significantly in training our lawyers. Experienced in the full range of arbitration, negotiation, mediation and settlement techniques, including settlement counsel, we are a globally recognized ADR leader.
As business — and dispute resolution — becomes more global and interconnected, it will become increasingly important to understand the complexities of cross border disputes and to juggle the different cultural approaches in the dispute resolution process. Staying current requires not only knowledge of the laws, but also the language and business customs in all the countries where you operate — or plan to expand.
In this report, lawyers from Dentons' global offices examine recent changes in litigation, arbitration and mediation across North America, UK, Continental Europe, Russia and Asia. Read more
Canada is a confederation of ten provinces and three territories, each with a separate and independent judicial system. While the province of Québec operates under a Civil Code, the legal system in every other province and territory is based on the British common law tradition. Read more
Any consideration of arbitral jurisdiction in Canada must proceed within the governing legislative framework. Legislation in each Canadian province and territory, as well as federal legislation, directs how and when the parties may seek the assistance of local courts on matters of arbitral jurisdiction in both domestic and international arbitrations. Read more
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David D. Tavender, Q.C., has been accepted on the Energy Arbitrators List by the International Centre for Dispute Resolution. Read more
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