January 2020 / 18 posts found

Oligarch’s son challenges litigation funding in £453m divorce – Financial Times

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The son of a Russian oligarch locked in an acrimonious £453m divorce battle backed partly by Burford Capital called his mother’s agreement with the litigation funder “unlawful” when she dragged him into her case on Monday. Tatiana Akhmedova, the ex-wife of oligarch Farkhad Akhmedov, accused 26-year-old Temur Akhmedov of helping his father evade a mammoth divorce settlement awarded to her four years ago and applied to add him to the opposing side of her case. Ms Akhmedova and Farkhad Akhmedov — a former ally of Vladimir Putin — divorced in Russia in 2000 and she was later awarded the largest-ever […]

When Software Disputes Become Nuclear Litigation Events

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Kamal Ghali (left) and Christopher T. Giovinazzo. (Courtesy photos) Whatever truth there is to the idea that a single mobile app brought the Iowa presidential caucuses to a screeching halt, one thing is clear. Software meltdowns can have catastrophic consequences. In today’s economy, virtually every major company, from consumer product makers to business-to-business service providers, powers its business with complex and expensive software. And over the past year, companies across the country—in scores of different sectors including finance, technology, aviation and health care—have been embroiled in high-stakes lawsuits about the software their businesses depend on. These lawsuits—brought by private actors […]

11 Single Moms on What No One Tells You About Divorce After Kids

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evgenyatamanenkoGetty Images Divorce sucks. There’s no way around it. Even if you’re positive that it’s the right thing for you and for your family it’s still not the outcome anyone hoped for when you clutched a bouquet and swapped rings in front of all your friends, God, and the caterers. Even the friendliest divorce makes life more complicated for you, your kids, and their other parent—and too often divorce is the opposite of friendly. That said, for many women divorce is an optimistic act, an affirmation that they believe there’s a happier future waiting for them, if they hang in […]

ADR helps people get justice speedily – The Financial Express BD

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Shahiduzzaman Khan | Published: January 18, 2020 22:38:48 Disputes arise in all organisations. Dealing with a dispute constructively can enable an organisation achieve its ultimate objectives, save on resources, avoid financial losses, and protect its reputation. In contrast, failing to effectively manage a dispute can negatively impact on the organisation damaging its internal and external relationships and morale. It is beneficial for an organisation to have an effective dispute resolution strategy to ensure that it consistently uses the most appropriate forms of dispute resolution.  The ultimate goal of such a strategy is to ensure that disputes are managed in a […]

2 steps to take control of your money again after a divorce, according to a financial planner – Busi…

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Divorce is difficult both personally and financially, and rebuilding your financial life on your own can be difficult.  A financial planner suggests that anyone dealing with divorce take stock of what their financial life will look like post-divorce, and decide where they want to be.  Then, she suggests finding a financial planner to help achieve those goals with objective financial advice.  SmartAsset’s free tool can help find a financial planner near you » Divorce is expensive. Whether you’re paying spousal support, paying down debt, or dealing with the costs of a divorce itself, it’s not cheap. As Insider’s Erin McDowell […]

London construction tops $1B – again – as 10-digit milestone becomes annual routine

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Nick Johnston of Under R construction company nails together two roof trusses that will hold a large load near the centre of the home the company is framing in the new construction site south of Pack Road just west of Colonel Talbot Road in London. (Mike Hensen/The London Free Press) London has topped the $1-billion mark in construction permits for the fourth consecutive year – and full amount for 2019 isn’t even in yet. City hall recorded $1.27 billion in building in 2019 to the end of November, topping 2018 totals of $1.01 billion and 2017’s $1.1 billion – second […]

Lisa Armstrong pictured arriving for ‘eight-hour negotiation about £31m divorce from Ant McPar…

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Ant McPartlin’s ex Lisa Armstrong arrived at her barrister’s office for an eight hour discussion over her £31m divorce deal on Tuesday.  A ‘peacemaker’ during the extensive negotiations, the make-up artist, 43, reportedly brought forward the meeting with her legal team, after returning from holiday in Mexico.  During the lengthy chat – where the details of their split are believed to have been decided – Lisa would have made £64,583 a minute, reports The Sun. ‘Peacemaker’: Ant McPartlin’s ex Lisa Armstrong pictured arriving at her barrister’s office in London on Tuesday for an eight hour discussion over her £31m divorce deal, after the […]

SMEs should consider outsourcing for business

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Revealed: Where to find business grants in London

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Veganism judgment doesn’t change employment law, expert notes

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