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Editors and Contributors
General Editor: Nigel Banerjee, LLB, Visiting Lecturer, The Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London
Editors: Steen Rosenfalck, LLM, Senior Partner, ebl miller rosenfalck, London, UK; Christopher Murphy, MA, Managing Director, Ravensbourne Research Ltd; Dorothy Smith, MA
General Editor Emeritus: Professor Leonard S Sealy, SJ Berwin Professor Emeritus of Corporate Law, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
Table of contents
Issue 114 November 2020Issue 114 of International Corporate Procedures reviews 9 jurisdictions.
The contents of this issue include:
- Guernsey by David Crosland, Colin Calvert and Adam Schnider,
Carey Olsen (Guernsey) LLP, St Peter Port: Parts I and II.
- Hungary by Gabriella Gálik, KCG Partners Law Firm, Budapest: Parts I–IV.
- India by Gautam Khurana, India Law Offices, New Delhi: Parts I–IV.
- Netherlands by Ceriel Coppus, Kraaijeveld Coppus Legal BV, Amsterdam: Part III.
- Russia by Alexander Monin and Sergey Iakovlev, Baker & McKenzie – CIS, Limited, Moscow and André Scholz, RSP International LLC, Moscow: Parts I–IV.
- Slovak Republic by Jakub Kovácik and Peter Cavojský, Cavojský & Partners, Bratislava: Part IV.
- Turkey by Ayşe Yüksel Mahfoud, Norton Rose Fulbright Danışmanlık Hizmetleri Avukatlık Ortaklığı and Ekin İnal and A Ece Sürmen, İnal Kama Avukatlık Ortaklığı, Istanbul: Parts I, II and IV.
- UK: Scotland by Christopher Smith, Gillespie Macandrew LLP, Edinburgh: Part I. /ul> Issue 114 states the law as at 1 July 2020, except where otherwise indicated.