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This article provides an overview of Delaware’s current approach to waivers of fiduciary duty, discusses possible implications of such waivers, and provides certain tactics when negotiating fiduciary duty in connection with a subscription to a private fund.
This primer provides an overview of various legislative and regulatory measures that individual countries are developing and implementing to address BEPS while at the same time remaining aligned with developing international norms. Specifically, BEPS-related efforts in the following jurisdictions are addressed: the European Union (EU), the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Australia and China.
In most business transactions, lawyers are not involved in determining the ultimate price. However, in some situations, this amount can raise a red flag as it might subject the parties to sanctions. Due consideration must be given in particular to tax (I) and contract (II) law in the European Union.
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