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Rule changes for priority compensation in construction projects, 建设工程优先受偿权案件裁判规则的变化, Zhang Miao and Gong Ming, Hylands Law Firm

Rule changes for priority compensation in construction projects

By Zhang Miao and Gong Ming, Hylands Law Firm
Arbitration gets support in validity and fraud challenges, Sonam Gupta, Sneha Jaisingh and Saloni Gupta, Bharucha & Partners

Arbitration gets support in validity and fraud challenges

By Sonam Gupta, Sneha Jaisingh and Saloni Gupta, Bharucha & Partners
Enforcement notarisation can guard against and control financing risks, 强制执行公证可有效防控资金融通风险, Bao Ningning and Wang Mingyu, DOCVIT Law Firm_

Enforcement notarisation can guard against and control financing risks

By Bao Ningning and Wang Mingyu, DOCVIT Law Firm 
Pledging shares does not create a financial creditor, Shweta Bharti and Nitesh Sachdeva, Hammurabi & Solomon_

Pledging shares does not create a financial creditor

By Shweta Bharti and Nitesh Sachdeva, Hammurabi & Solomon

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Roadmap for investing in Bangladesh

By ASA Bari and Shahrima Tanjin Arni, AS & Associates
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Insurance in bloom

Foreign insurers are cautiously optimistic over the decision to allow 74% FDI in the sector

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Guide to reporting economic substance in BVI

By Michael Padarin and Daniel Moore, Carey Olsen

Key takeaways from the first reporting period and practical pointers on economic substance compliance In The British Virgin Islands

Data privacy

A comparison of data privacy laws

While the laws in the region share similar elements, gaps remain as privacy compliance culture is relatively new and jurisdictions vary in their approaches

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Trends in Japanese foreign direct investment

By Masako Takahata, Japan In-house Lawyers Association
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Solving the IP puzzle

The blueprint for China’s top-down intellectual property (IP) reforms includes piecing together major judicial and legislative change, solving problems that have affected enterprises for decades. But do the changes go far enough?