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08 December 2022 by
The restructuring of Hanwha Energy Corporation’s (“HEC”) investments in the Gregadoo and Jindera solar farms in Australia (the “Assets”), which involved the transfer of the Assets from Hanwha Energy Singapore (“HES”) to Hanwha Energy Australia (“HEA”) in consideration of HES’s subscription of shares in HEA (hereby referred to as the “First Transaction”).
02 November 2022 by
In today’s interconnected global economy, securing protection over Intellectual Property assets has become an indispensable requirement for businesses at various levels. Trademarks being one of the most important instrument of IP and valuable intangible asset to business in today’s era, functions as a source identifier for distinguishing the goods and services of one entity from those of others.
04 October 2022 by
While the global economy is suffering from COVID-19 related recession and political unrest, the construction industry has been hit especially hard by surging prices of materials and wages. Subcontractors in particular are suffering huge losses. To cushion the harsh blow to contractors and subcontractors, the Korean government has introduced a mechanism called “Supply Cost Linkage System” effective September 2022. Through this system, increases in raw material prices can be automatically reflected and incorporated into construction costs. This system, however, is not mandatory under the current law, and several bills to amend the Fair Transactions in Subcontracting Act (the “Subcontracting Act”) are being introduced one after another.