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Pandemics, police power and private contracts

By Samantha Beatrice P King, ACCRALAW
Under the Bayanihan Act, the president is empowered to order private establishments to direct their operations towards COVID-19 efforts.

Converting to a one-person corporation

By Leia Clarissa Veronica R Veracruz, ACCRALAW
To keep abreast of changing times and make doing business in the Philippines easier, the Revised Corporation Code (RCC) has introduced the concept of a corporation with a single stockholder

C-suite sanction

The case of former Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn is a timely reminder for multinational corporations to ensure their senior executives are prepared for all scenarios when relocating to Asia

When the going gets tough, PEZA locators get going

By Karen Andrea D Torres, ACCRALAW

The Philippines Law Firm Awards

Asia Business Law Journal presents the best law firm in the Philippines for 2019 and four winners each in 22 practice areas

Ease of doing business in the Philippines

By Paula P Plaza, ACCRALAW

Family ties no barrier to discrimination

Aleli Angela Quirino, Accralaw, Manila

The Philippines Law Firm Awards

ABLJ names the top firms in the Philippines for 2018

Increase in minimum float for better corporate governance

By Ann Catherine Co, ACCRA Law Offices

PCC needs balance with joint venture guidelines

By Mara Kristina O Recto, ACCRA Law Offices

Patent law developments in the Philippines

By Richmond K Lee, ACCRA Law Offices

The Philippines top 100 lawyers 2018

ABLJ reveals the top 100 lawyers practising in the Philippines

Legal trends

What are the hot topics on legal minds around the region in the Year of the Dog?

The squeeze

Global antitrust compliance gets tougher

TM an Asian comparison

Region's IP experts head to head on trademark laws

Build or Bust?

Can Duterte revive infrastructure in the Philippines?

Implementation of Data Privacy Act in full swing

By John Paul Gaba, ACCRA Law Offices

On track

Infrastructure in Asia: what's hot and why

New competition law in effect in the Philippines

By Francis Lim, ACCRA Law Offices

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insolvency

Will India’s suspension of insolvency proceedings work?

By Misha and Shreya Prakash, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co

It remains to be seen if a modified version of the insolvency resolution process under the IBC will suffice in these vastly changed macro-economic conditions, or if the government will need to offer a new model for insolvency resolution

trademark

Gaining the advantage against trademark squatters

By Frank Liu and Sandy Shan, Tiantai Law Firm
insolvency

How to implement pre-packaged insolvency

By Charanya Lakshmikumaran and Puneeth Ganapathy, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan
pandemics

Stolen goods

This article examines and compares the treatment of stolen goods in common law jurisdictions and in mainland China

Competition

Competition and COVID-19: Compliance for businesses

By Deeksha Manchanda and Shruthi Rao, Chandhiok & Mahajan

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woman lawyers

Power & parity

Senior women lawyers across Asia share personal stories of successes and struggles for a more inclusive legal profession

law firms

Firm response

Law firms and companies take the lead in fulfilling social responsibilities during China’s COVID-19 crisis

bankruptcy

The point of return

If legal tools of bankruptcy are properly applied, there are chances for companies to survive and start again

disputes

Pandemics unforeseen

How will the courts respond to an anticipated deluge of disputes relating to frustration of contracts in a post-COVID-19 world?

financial

A tool for financial trouble

Widely reported troubles at Yes Bank, IL&FS, DHFL and others have exposed inadequacies in the insolvency resolution regime for distressed banking and finance companies. Mohit Shukla, the legal head of Barclays India, argues that now is a perfect time to introduce a new composite code to address these shortcomings and rebuild public trust

non-compete

Keeping competitors at bay

Parties must take care not to have unreasonable or one-sided non-compete clauses in agreements, as these can be rendered ineffective by the courts, writes Kunal Mehta