Disputes Yearbook 2021

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What’s next? A Covid-19 cloud has obscured the current disputes landscape, but as the fog fades, what will be keeping restless litigators busy?

Recent developments in fintech-related banking regulations in Japan | Anderson Mōri & Tomotsune

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Traditional banks have been the key players of the finance industry in Japan. In recent years, however, fintech companies, on the back of venture capitalists and lighter licensing burdens, have been increasingly active in certain aspects of finance in Japan. This has resulted in pressure on traditional banks to provide fintech services, whether by themselves …

Doing business in Colombia | Holland & Knight

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Colombia continues to be one of the preferred countries for investment in Latin America due to the stability of the country, its location, its numerous trade agreements with several markets, its tax incentives and favourable conditions for starting a business which benefits investors.

Changes in the Irish business interruption insurance market | ByrneWallace

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It is a time of significant change for the Irish insurance market. Business interruption insurance has, in particular, become a focal point of the challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic. On 5 February 2021, Justice Denis McDonald of the Irish High Court held that the pub owners were entitled to be compensated by FBD Insurance …

Litigation funding for claims – a growing investment market | Brodies

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Would you invest your own money in the outcome of someone else’s court battle? It intuitively sounds risky, but the market for litigation funding across the globe is booming. In the UK alone, the top 15 funders reportedly have almost £2bn of assets under their control, and with the growth of potentially lucrative class action …

Doing business in Argentina | Beccar Varela

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The Argentine Republic is a federal republic and representative democracy, comprised of 23 provinces and the city of Buenos Aires. Argentina is the second largest economy in South America, and is part of the G20. With a mainland area covering 2,780,400 square kilometers, Argentina is known for its vast natural resources and highly diversified economy.

Philip Price – TP ICAP

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