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EAP proves a handy tool in uncertain times

The emergency arbitrator procedure (EAP) is a mechanism in the field of international commercial arbitration available to parties seeking interim relief

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Liability risks for legal representatives of enterprises

By Wei Jie and Zhang Yubo, Tiantai Law Firm

New trend in system of ‘dismiss first, sue separately’?

By Xiang Li and Lian Chenghe, Yuanhe Partners
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Adopting cloud, big data and AI in supply chain-based ABS

By Liang Hua and Chen Xiuli, V&T Law Firm

Supply chain-based asset-backed securities (ABS), which the upstream and downstream transactions of the core companies underlie, and which takes the creditworthiness of the core companies as guarantee, are created to secure financing by selling future cash inflows

Liquidation

The legal effect of liquidation preferences

By Li Xianxi and Xiao Zhijun, East & Concord Partners

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Home & safe?

With COVID-19 forcing companies to implement work-from-home policies, Jim Fitzsimmons helps us understand the cybersecurity risks posed by a remote workforce

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Firm response

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

top 100 lawyers

The A-List 2020: Indonesia

Asia Business Law Journal reveals the top 100 lawyers practising in Indonesia

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High stakes

The months leading up to the US presidential election in November will be crucial for the world, and especially for Asia. Dennis Unkovic explores the cards being dealt in political and legal terms, and warns the stakes could not be higher

home

Home and safe?

With COVID-19 forcing companies to implement work-from-home policies, Jim Fitzsimmons helps us understand the cybersecurity risks posed by a remote workforce

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Keeping competitors at bay

It is well-settled law that a non-compete obligation in an employment contract in India is unenforceable after termination of the employment. However, an acquirer in an M&A transaction can require a promoter to not compete with the business that he is selling