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League of Lawyers

In November 2012, several law firms across Europe and Asia met in Bali, Indonesia. As a result of a dialogue between them, The League of Lawyers was formed in 2013 to synergise their resources and efforts to enhance their clients’ experience with them. The founding members are Malaysia (MahWengKwai & Associates), Australia (Ferguson Cannon), Germany (VON ZANTHIER & SCHULZ), India (Astra Law) and China (Yap & Lam). The League of Lawyers now serves the needs of clients in Asia, Australia and Europe, who have inbound and outbound business investments.

Recent Posts

by Marc Grüninger & Patrizia Lorenzi, GHR Rechtsanwälte AG   Federal Council decides on amendments The Energy Strategy 2050 produced the Energy Act including its package of directives which came into force on 1 January 2018. Of these, the Energy Promotion Directive and the Energy Ordinance had to be revised. Amendments determined by the Federal […]

By Hein Hoogendoorn An earlier blog by Dutch lawyer Hein Hoogendoorn explained that in preliminary relief proceedings one shareholder can claim from the other shareholder that the latter has to sell his shares. Not every conflict between shareholders is suitable for preliminary relief proceedings. In this blog corporate lawyer in The Netherlands Hein Hoogendoorn discusses […]

By Martijn Kesler The district court in Amsterdam had recently ruled – in preliminary relief proceedings – that invoking the regulation in a shareholders’ agreement that a decision to dismiss a director should be adopted unanimously, was contrary to the principles of reasonableness and fairness that apply to Dutch law in general. According to the court in […]