Udpegning/valg Af Kurator – Hvem Bestemmer?

By | ILN Today | February 24, 2017
Et ældre og kendt udsagn siger: Den enes død den andens brød. Det gælder også i relation til fallerede virksomheder og kuratorudpegning/-valg. Artiklens emne er ikke nyt, men spørgsmålet stilles ofte. Baggrunden for spørgsmålet er som regel, at spørgeren har en opfattelse af, at kurator i visse situationer kan være overordentlig enøjet og udelukkende ser sagen fra hovedkreditors side – den kreditor, der har størst indflydelse på kuratorudpegningen/kuratorvalget. View Full Post
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A Temporal Limitation On the Reach of DTSA Claims

By | ILN Today | February 24, 2017
As we have written about and discussed extensively on this blog over the past year, the Defend Trade Secrets Act (“DTSA”) – enacted on May 11, 2016 – provides the first private federal cause of action for trade secret misappropriation, allowing parties to sue in federal court for trade secret misappropriation regardless of the dollar value of the trade secrets at issue.  View Full Post
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New Process for BOI Visa Transfer at the One Stop Service Center

By | ILN Today | February 24, 2017
Thailand Immigration Alert – New Process for BOI visa transfer at the Once Stop Service Center and visa renewal problems at Chaengwattana Effective February 14, 2017, the process for the visa transfer from an old passport to a new passport has now changed for Board of Investment (BOI) sponsored visa holders who use the One Stop Service Center (OSSC). View Full Post
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Digital Legacies: Our Presence from the Digital Graveyard

By | ILN Today | February 23, 2017
As technology evolves, so does the way we store information and keep our most personal and cherished possessions. Has this ever left you pondering what happens to your social media accounts or digital assets when you pass away? Over the past decade we have seen the continued rise of social media and the steady growth of virtual assets. View Full Post
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Don’t Forget About Costs: Lessons for Appealing Costs Orders

By | ILN Today | February 23, 2017
The ACT Court of Appeal has declined to make a costs order in favour of a motor vehicle accident insurer after the insurer successfully appealed the Supreme Court’s assessment of damages but neglected to fully challenge the original costs order against it.1 Background The plaintiff had been crossing a road on foot in Cowra, NSW on an evening in June 2004 when he was struck by a motor vehicle being driven by the defendant. View Full Post
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Peeter Viirsalu Became a National Correspondent for the INSOL Europe EIR Case Register for Estonia

By | ILN Today | February 23, 2017
Senior Associate Peeter Viirsalu became a National Correspondent for the INSOL Europe (Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals) European Insolvency Regulation Case Register for Estonia. INSOL Europe was formed in 1981 and is the European organisation of professionals who specialise in insolvency, business reconstruction and recovery. View Full Post
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