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Doing Business in Azerbaijan 2011 is a general guide for companies operating in or considering investment into Azerbaijan. It is intended to present an overview of the key aspects of the Azerbaijani legal system and regulation of business activities in this country.
On 16 March 2011, the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan enacted Resolution No. 43 approving the Rules for Negotiating and Entering into an Agreement Concerning Registration of Branches and Representative Offices of Foreign Non-Commercial Legal Entities in the Republic of Azerbaijan (the"Rules").
On April 17, 2009, Law No. 766-IIIQ of the Republic of Azerbaijan, On Application of Special Economic Regime to Export Oil and Gas Operations, dated February 2, 2009 (the “Law”), was promulgated. It is understood that the Law is issued in an attempt by the Republic of Azerbaijan to promote exportation, especially, to the Caspian littoral states, of oil and gas infrastructure and expertise accumulated in Azerbaijan over the past years. On November 1, 2009, Decree of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, On Providing for Implementation of the Law, dated October 30, 2009, was promulgated.
Doing Business in Azerbaijan has been prepared as a general guide for companies operating in or considering investment into Azerbaijan. It is intended to present an overview of the key aspects of the Azerbaijani legal system and regulation of business activities in this country.
Stamford Law advised Jurong Consultants Pte Ltd, a party in the Banyan Caverns Storage Services Pte Ltd ( BCSS ) consortium, in a successful joint venture bid to operate the Jurong Rock Caverns. The operatorship of South East Asia's first subterranean hydrocarbon storage facility will be for a period of 15 years and has a contractual value of about S$200 million.
Attorney and Partner Søren Stenderup Jensen has written an article about the Danish Government's new resource strategy "Denmark without waste" in the recent edition of ILO's newsletter on environmental law.- Plesner
Stamford Law successfully appealed in the Singapore Court of Appeal against a High Court judgment which held the main contractor solely liable in negligence for the collapse of a crane into a concealed manhole at a worksite in 2010, with the Court of Appeal apportioning 40% of liability in negligence to the subcontractor. The Court of Appeal's judgment clarified important issues of law pertaining to the legal responsibility for worksite safety, the relationship between the statutory framework of the Work Safety and Health Act (Cap 354A) and common law duties, and the applicable standard of care.
Stamford Law advised Tuaspring Pte. Ltd. (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hyflux Ltd) in the S$720 million 18-year term loan facility to fund the development of Singapore's second and largest reverse osmosis desalination plant and integrated on-site power generation plant.
Stamford Law advised Kim Heng Offshore & Marine Holdings Limited on its initial public offering and listing on the Catalist board of the SGX-ST. Based in Singapore, Kim Heng is an established integrated offshore and marine value chain services provider for the oil & gas industry. Based on the invitation price of S$0.25, Kim Heng is valued at S$177.5 million post-offering.
Stamford Law acted as Singapore counsel to Bain Capital Partners LLC in its US$501 million offer to buy all shares of Macromill Inc., a Japanese online market research company listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange which has Yahoo Japan Corporation as its biggest shareholder. Under the terms of the offer, Bain Capital will buy up to 65.4 million shares at 786 yen per Macromill share. Bain Capital is a private investment firm based in Boston, USA with more than US$70 billion in assets. Ropes & Gray (Tokyo) and Mori Hamada & Matsumoto are advising Bain Capital and TMI Associates is advising Macromill.
As part of Stamford Law's corporate responsibility initiatives, lawyers are encouraged to take on pro bono legal representations on a case-by-case basis.
Stamford Law is pleased to announce that our market-leading corporate practice has been ranked 2 nd amongst Singapore firms by Mergermarket for M&A activity by value within Q1-Q4 2013 in the Southeast Asia region. The firm's practice has a sizeable lead of $1.81 billion over the next Singapore firm on the league table.
Stamford Law is advising AVIC International Kairong Limited on the share acquisition and the implementation of a general offer for 39,762,858 shares of KHD Humboldt Wedag International AG which are listed on the regulated market of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The offer values KHD at over EUR 320 million.
Stamford Law represented the Rickmers Trust Management Pte. Ltd., Trustee-Manager of Mainboard-listed Rickmers Maritime (a business trust), in the establishment of its S$300 million multicurrency medium term note programme. DBS Bank Ltd. and The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation acted as joint arrangers and dealers of the programme.