COVID-19: Is football back to “normal”?
Football in the UK has returned to normal, but clubs are continuing to deal with the financial impact of COVID-19.
Luxembourg companies can hold their meetings remotely and their boards can act by way of written resolutions until December 31, 2022
The Luxembourg parliament adopted a new COVID-19-related law relating to measures on the holding of meetings in companies and other legal entities (the Covid Emergency Law).
Proxy season 2022: ESG matters, virtual meetings and more
This update summarizes current trends on governance and executive compensation. It also includes recommendations on key issues when preparing for the upcoming proxy season.
“Ordinary course” during COVID-19 pandemic: Ontario court awards Cineplex over $1.2 billion in dispute with Cineworld over failed acquisition
The Ontario Superior Court recently awarded $1.2 billion damages to Cineplex after Cineworld repudiated a deal to buy the movie theatre operator.
Hot topics in governance and executive compensation
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Shipping IPOs: What is the market really like?
There has been an increased appreciation of the value of the shipping industry to the global economy during the COVID-19 pandemic but has this increased the industry’s appeal to the IPO market?
Good governance: Lessons from the pandemic and key considerations as lockdown eases
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to many challenges for businesses, including large-scale remote working, staff lay-offs, increased use of online services and more vulnerable customers.
MACs and MAEs in privately negotiated English law M&A deals: COVID-19 developments
Although the potential impact of COVID-19 was beginning to register in the early weeks of 2020, it was largely business-as-usual for the principals and advisers on the large number of M&A deals signed during this period or in the final weeks of 2019.