Experienced Partner with a demonstrated history of working in the legal services industry for over 25 years. Skilled in Securities, Mergers & Acquisitions, Corporate Governance, Legal Research, Compliance and Foreign Investment.
Strong entrepreneurship professional with Attorney At Law of the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka focused in Commercial and Corporate law
Advises boards of directors and senior management with respect to the procedural aspects and legal consequences of particular actions that includes;
– corporate and securities transactions
– directors' and officers' fiduciary duties and liability issues
– SEC filings and disclosure issues
– Corporate and Securities Governance
Practice also represents; advice in compliance matters before Regulators and other agencies
Commercial, Commercial (general), Corporate, Corporate (general), Corporate and group structuring, Due diligence, Joint ventures, M&A deals (mid-market), Partnerships, Private equity, reorganisations and rationalisations, Shareholder activism
Hello,My name is Omid Khub – I own and run Zakery Khub, a corporate law firm in the North of England – https://zakerykhub.com/we provide specialist legal advice in the UK & around the world. We represent high net worth clients in multi-million pound disputes. Our clients range from individuals, SMEs & large organisations, in all Court Proceedings on all Company, Commercial & Regulatory matters.We provide carefully crafted advice on strategies, litigation risk, risk assessment, crisis management, corporate and commercial matters. We act for & conduct advocacy in all Courts for those aggrieved by breaches of contract, competition law, tort, infringement of intellectual property rights, FCA and FSMA 2000 cases ( defence & claim) & those who are defending unlawful claims against them. Our notable cases involves substantial sums, some of which are in excess of £400 million. Although our cases involve complex Companies, Directors, Shareholders and/or high profile claims by e.g. the FCA, HMRC v. others etc we also work on low & medium value matters, as such we are able to provide a complete service to our clients from all walks of life. Matters which I dealt in my previous positions, lead to discovery of multi million pound sophisticated commercial fraud & individuals being prosecuted successfully. Our expertise mirrors the sectors in which our clients operate within. This gives us an insight into our clients’ market and a thorough understanding of their business and affairs. Our long lasting relationship with our clients enable us to assist them to manage their legal risks and in case of a dispute, hopefully avoid disputes and costly litigation entirely.Area of Specialities: we are specialist in Professional Negligence, Company & Commercial Law, Land Disputes, Insurance, Directors Disputes, Breaches of Contract, Supply and Distribution Agreements, Shipping Agreements, International Trade, minor and major Construction Agreements, Trust, Fraud, Financial Services (Regulatory matters), Merger & Acquisition, Employment Litigation and high value divorce law.
Smit Advocaat & belastingkundige B.V. (Smit) is a highly specialized firm focused on providing top quality services in the area of commercial dispute resolution, tax dispute resolution and commercial transactions. Our clients include market leaders in their respective industries, as well as smaller firms who are in the early stages of development.
Banking and finance, Commercial, Commercial (general), Commodities, construction and infrastructure, Corporate, Corporate (general), M&A deals (large / premium), M&A deals (mid-market), M&A deals (small / domestic), Real estate, Real estate (general), Shareholder activism, Tax, Tax (general), Tax (international / cross-border)
Dr. Bartosz Sujecki is an attorney-at-law specialised in the field of commercial litigation. He advises and litigates in all matters in the field of commercial law with a focus on IP and IT law. As a Dutch-German lawyer, he is familiar with the Dutch as well as the German legal system. Bartosz studied law at the Leibniz University Hannover, the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen and the University of Amsterdam. After his graduation, Bartosz worked as a PhD lecturer at the University of Utrecht. He defended his PhD in 2008. His PhD was published in the serie of the Max Planck Institut in Hamburg. Then, Bartosz was an assistant professor at the Erasmus University and later the University of Tilburg. There he gave lectures in civil litigation and private international law.Since the beginning of 2010, Bartosz started to work as an attorney at law admitted to the Amsterdam Bar. In 2014, Bartosz was admitted as a Rechtsanwalt at the Bar of Braunschweig. Since 2019, Bartosz is admitted to the Bar in Utrecht and Braunschweig. Bartosz publishes frequently in German, Dutch, Polish and international legal journals. Next to his work as an attorney, Bartosz regularly gives lectures and presentations in the field of cross-border civil procedure, IP and IT law, as well as international private law. He was a speaker at the New York State Bar Association Annual meeting. Additionally, he gave a webinar for the California Bar Association. Furthermore, he is the Co-chair of the e-commerce sub-committee of the ITechLaw.Bartosz is fluent in German, Dutch, English and Polish and has basic knowledge of French.Specialties: IP-law (Patent, Trademarks, Copyright Law), IT-law, cross border litigation, Dutch and German civil (procedural) law, private international law
Blockchain, Commercial, Commercial (general), Copyright, Corporate, Corporate (general), Corporate and commercial (contentious), Data protection and cybersecurity, Data protection and cybersecurity (contentious), Debt recovery, Disputes / litigation, Disputes / litigation (general), Intellectual property (general), Intellectual property and technology, Intellectual property and technology (contentious), Licensing and royalty arrangements, Patents, Personal / private client, Small claims / disputes (personal), Technology, Trademarks and service marks
Member of the Paris and New York bars, Mathilde mainly advises on intellectual property and commercial law matters.
She specializes in the protection and enforcement of trademarks, copyright and designs. She has particular expertise in the film, media, fashion, distribution and new technologies sectors. Her practice involves contentious and non-contentious matters.
Mathilde has worked in several well-known firms in the field of intellectual property before joining GODIN ASSOCIES.
Mathilde Carle holds a master degree in intellectual property from Paris-II Panthéon Assas University and a LL.M from Cornell University. She is also a member of INTA and APRAM.
Alternative resource, Contract lawyers, Copyright, Corporate and commercial (contentious), Disputes / litigation, Intellectual property (general), Intellectual property and technology, Intellectual property and technology (contentious), Licensing and royalty arrangements, Trademarks and service marks
Head of Law office "Skrastins & Dzenis" Corporate and M&A practice
Banking and finance, Banking and finance (general), Commercial, Commercial (general), construction and infrastructure, Corporate, Corporate (general), Corporate and group structuring, Financial services, Fintech, M&A deals (large / premium), M&A deals (mid-market), M&A deals (small / domestic), Real estate, Real estate (general), reorganisations and rationalisations
Ramona Azzopardi is a preeminent figure in Malta on taxation matters and is ranked as one of the leading practitioners in Malta in the 2020 Women in Tax Leaders Guide by World Tax. She heads the tax and private client department at WH Partners.
She regularly advises corporate clients in the gaming and gambling, financial services and digital services industries on their cross-border tax implications. She also assists HNWI families in estate and tax planning. In addition to this, she has extensive experience within the blockchain sector and was involved in the drafting of the guidelines in relation to cryptocurrencies on VAT, Income Tax and Duty on Documents. She has worked in a wide range of cases in this industry and assisted on all tax-related matters in more than 20 Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). Furthermore, she recently contributed to the chapter on taxation and crypto assets in a book: DLT Malta – Thoughts from The Blockchain Island.
Ramona holds a Doctor of Laws Degree and Masters in Financial Services from the University of Malta. She is a regular speaker at tax conferences and often contributes articles to prominent publications. She is also a Council Member at the Malta Institute of Taxation. She was recently asked to take the position of Malta’s National Reporter for the IBA’s Taxes Committee.
Personal / private client, Tax, Tax (general), Tax (international / cross-border), Tax (structuring and reorganisations), Trusts and estates
Ana Brandao specialises in all aspects of company law, and provides services in relation in particular with Mergers and Acquisitions, Capital Investment, and Entrepreneurial Governance.
Formerly active within international law firms, quadrilingual, she assists major French and international groups in their external growth projects and in their reorganisation operations in France and abroad.
She works in close collaboration with the partners of the firm established in over 45 countries, and acts as a primary point of contact for her clients implementing projects with a significant international dimension.
She also assists her clients when negotiating and legally structuring their financial needs through fund raising or LBO. Ana also supports companies and their officers in managing their ethical risks and implementing their compliance programs.
Administrative and public law, Administrative law (general), Alternative resource, Apostille, Banking and finance, Banking and finance (general), Blockchain, Civil law, Commercial, Commercial (general), Commodities, Company set-up / secretarial, Competition / anti-trust, Competition / anti-trust, Compliance and risk management, Construction (contentious), construction and infrastructure, Construction and infrastructure, Contract lawyers, Copyright, Corporate, Corporate (general), Corporate and commercial (contentious), Corporate and group structuring, Corporate governance, Data protection and cybersecurity (contentious), Debt recovery, Disputes / litigation, Due diligence, Employment (personal), Employment / labour (general), Employment / labour law and pensions, Employment and pensions (contentious), EU law and policy, Family / matrimonial, Financial services, Financial services (contentious), Financial services (general), Fraud and corporate crime (contentious), Health and safety, Insurance / reinsurance, Insurance and reinsurance (contentious), Intellectual property (general), Intellectual property and technology, Intellectual property and technology (contentious), Joint ventures, Legal Operations, Licensing and royalty arrangements, Management Consulting, Notaries / apostilles, Operations, Partnerships, Personal / private client, Product liability, Professional negligence, Property management, Public international law, Public takeovers and mergers, Real estate, Real estate (contentious), Real estate (general), Real estate deals (large / premium), Real estate deals (mid-market), Real estate deals (small), reorganisations and rationalisations, Residential property / conveyancing, Restructuring and insolvency, Risk and compliance (general), Road traffic, Shareholder activism, Small claims / disputes (personal), Tax, Tax (general), Tax (international / cross-border), Tax disputes / investigations, Trade unions, Trademarks and service marks, Trusts and estates, Trusts and estates (contentious)
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