Rebus Sic Stantibus and Force Majeure Clause
Andersen´s European Litigation & Arbitration Newsletter is dedicated to an extraordinary change in economic relations. In this issue, members of Andersen´s European L&A practice describe two clauses that will be the most common underlying legal bases for claims: rebus sic stantibus and force majeure. In many cases, reference to them may be a solution which, supported with proper arguments, can save the situation of the entrepreneur.
M&A Opportunities in the Energy Sector - January 2023
This new edition of the Corporate and M&A Magazine offers a comprehensive benchmarking analysis of the energy sector in Europe and the new trends for investments in this field. This edition also includes the most recent regulatory developments in Europe and European countries to be considered by the private equity players in their investments in the near future.
Remote Work in Europe
Transfer Pricing Tips
Depending on the given tax jurisdiction, if there is qualified ownership or control between enterprises belonging to a Multi-National Enterprise (MNE), the arm's-length principle (ALP) kicks-in to determine proper transfer prices in cross-border intra-group transactions.
Post M&A Disputes and Current Challenges
The closing of a transaction may be of joy for the teams involved, however it also poses some challenges due to constant uncertainty, the strategic nature of transactions and the politics behind it.
In this publication Andersen´s European Arbitration and Litigation team has prepared their latest newsletter analyzing issues related to disputes in post-M&A transactions, what the causes of disputes may be, what the jurisdiction of the ordinary courts is, and whether arbitration is better in such situations.