|Publisher:||International Bar Association|
|Publication Date:||September 14, 2009|
It does not require any clairvoyance to foretell the torrent of litigation during a financial crisis. The impact of a financial crisis on the economy is far-reaching since liquidity would slowly commence depleting, termination of jobs would become rampant and satisfying financial commitments would become intricate. The parties to any given transaction may compete in abdicating their obligations out of constraints and the consequences would be tumultuous.
Author: Faizal Latheef
Faizal is renowned for his expertise in corporate and commercial law. He represents and advises clients on a wide variety of matters including Foreign Investments, Joint Ventures, Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Restructuring, Distribution & Franchising, Anti-Corruption & Compliance, Cross-Border Transactions, Employment and Wills.