Choice-of-Law Considerations in Transatlantic Transactions

24 May 2017

Partner Andrew Hutcheon and Associate Mark Lee authored an article for New York Law Journal examining the legal implications for parties in both the UK and New York when long-term agreements or options leaving terms to be agreed, what the similarities and differences are between the two jurisdictions.

International Lending and the Effects of Insolvency in Germany

17 February 2017

What are the risks faced by international and domestic lenders when dealing with a borrower in financial difficulties in Germany?

Final MLP Tax Regultions Caught Between Administrations

31 January 2017

Recent regulations issued by US Department of the Treasury affect the taxation of certain master limited partnerships. However, it is unclear what steps the new presidential administration will take in their respect

An Overview of Bankruptcy Remote Structures

17 January 2017

Bankruptcy remote structures are increasingly being used in the origination and restructuring of shipping debt.

Employers Should Not Thwart Whistleblower Awards

26 October 2016

New York Law Journal article by  Joshua Sohn (Partner) and Shauneida Navarrete (Associate), New York. Published 14 October 2016.

New York Landlords Do Not Have To Mitigate Their Damages

23 August 2016

The New York Court of Appeals recently reaffirmed the well-established principle that commercial landlords in New York have no duty to mitigate their damages when a tenant abandons its lease.

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