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Miners Triumph And Opinion Release 14-01

On this date in 1966, the Texas Western University (now UTEP) Miners won the NCAA Basketball Championship, beating the University of Kentucky Wildcats. Now the first round has not even started by March 19, but it is not the...more

Shifting Sands In Canadian Anti-Bribery And Trade Control Laws Raise The Stakes In M&A Due Diligence

Recent developments in Canadian anti-corruption, economic sanctions, and export control laws are having a significant impact on the due diligence that should be conducted on potential targets in the context of mergers and...more

"Show me the money" - a guide to non-bank funding in Scotland

A guide to raising capital in Scotland outwith traditional bank sources. The article looks at funding available from Government Agencies and alternative commercial lenders. It is particularly useful for companies entering a...more

Prohibition on Contract Awards to Companies That Were Formerly Based in the United States

On January 29, 2013, a final rule was issued prohibiting the award of contracts to inverted domestic corporations. The final rule requires an offeror to represent that it is not an inverted domestic corporation and creates...more

UK Public Procurement Law Digest: In-house Tender Rules for Mutuals and Shared Services

Many government entities across Europe deliver services through municipal or public-owned companies. Such entities are less common in the UK, although the issue is increasingly on the agenda, with a strong preference...more

China 20/20 - Legal & Regulatory Developments - November 2012

In This Issue: - China Finalized the Amendments to the Rules for Establishing Foreign Invested Securities Companies - Notice of the Ministry of Culture on Implementing Supplementary Provisions IX to CEPA -...more

New Executive Order on Iran Places U.S. Parents and Their Foreign Subsidiaries at Risk of U.S. Sanction

President Obama on October 9, 2012 issued the Executive Order required by Section 218 of the Iran Threat Reduction and Syria Human Rights Act of 2012. The new Order for the first time applies Iranian sanctions to...more

California Proposes New Law To Deal With Underground Economy

California Senate Bill 1185 (SB 1185) is a new effort aimed at the underground economy in the State, estimated to be valued at between $60 billion and $140 billion each year. Underground transactions prevent the State from...more

White Collar Watch - September 2012

IN THIS ISSUE: - Government Contractor Indictments Provide Reminder of Importance of Strong Workplace Policies, Training and Enforcement pages 1 - 2 - Winter Olympics in Russia Set Stage for FCPA Scrutiny pages 2...more

California Manufacturing Growth Spurs Industrial Sector

The US economy may be experiencing slow growth but that doesn’t mean there aren’t positive signs in certain sectors. The industrial sector in California is one area that offers signs of potential future growth. That’s the...more

Is The Era Of Cheap Goods From China Over?

Many businesses in the United States chose to have goods manufactured in China because doing so has been a low cost alternative to manufacturing at home. But economists and business leaders have increasingly begun to...more

Re-branding Can Be A Useful Tool For Business

Image is everything, as they say, or at least a crucial first impression. That’s why businesses, even those that have been around for many years, must remain constantly vigilant of how others, especially customers and...more

THE NEW NIGERIA TAX LAW, FREE TRADE ZONE AND START YOUR BUSINESS.

WITH THE NEW TAX LAW, through FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT SCHEME; AS INVESTOR, ENTREPRENEUR, DOING BUSINESS WITHIN NIGERIA FREE TRADE ZONES: You have right, to do business in Nigeria without paying tax in return, as a result...more

Imagine a “Mandatory” Disclosure Requirement: It’s Easy if You Try

The Justice Department urges companies to voluntarily disclose FCPA violations. In exchange for a confession, DOJ offers companies two important benefits: (1) absolution for any criminal activity; and (2) a reduced criminal...more

Nueva Ley Federal Anticurrupción en Contrataciones Públicas

La nueva Ley Federal Anticorrupción en Contrataciones Públicas (la "Ley Anticorrupción"), entró en vigor el día 12 de junio de 2012. La presente Ley tiene por objeto establecer las responsabilidades y sanciones a las personas...more

Mexico's New Federal Anti-Corruption in Public Contracts Law

Mexico's new federal Anti-Corruption in Public Contracts Law (the "Anti-Corruption Law") became effective on June 12, 2012. The Law establishes liabilities and penalties on foreign and Mexican individuals and corporations who...more

Quinn Emanuel D.C. Litigation in Brief -- Spring 2012

In This Issue: The Supreme Court Confronts Controversies Overseas, But Will Congress Have the Final Word? Cover; When in Rome...(U.S Law Still Applies): Lessons of Wal-Mart, News Corp. & the Foreign Corrupt Practices...more

Mandatory Debarment for FCPA Violations? A Bad Idea Whose Time Should Never Come

In the fervor of the U.S.'s current anti-foreign-corruption efforts, a particularly misguided proposal has occasionally reared its ugly head: Requiring “mandatory debarment” for any company that violates the Foreign Corrupt...more

Asocierea in participatie in Noul Cod Civil

Asocierea in Participatie – o privire sintetica a reglementarii din Noul Cod Civil Prin aceasta abordare doresc sa motivez comunicarea opiniilor pro sau contra avand in vedere noutatea reglementarii dar si necesitatea...more

Anti-Bribery Legislations: A Business Barrier?

The enactment of Anti-Bribery legislations had impacted how a corporation can do business around the globe. Some of those legislations, namely Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 1977 (FCPA) and UK Bribery Act 2010, are long-arm...more

Federal Bill to Discourage Offshoring and Use of Tax Havens Reintroduced

Rep. Jerry McNerney (D-Calif.) has reintroduced legislation designed to discourage corporations from offshoring jobs. The Stop Outsourcing and Create American Jobs Act of 2011 (H.R. 3338) allows the federal government to give...more

California to Require its Contractors to Comply with SEC Conflict Minerals Reporting Obligations

On September 16, 2011, the California Legislature passed SB 861,[1] a law that requires public companies contracting with the State of California to ensure that their supply chains are free of “conflict minerals” sourced from...more

Putting the Lid on State-Sanctioned Cartels: Why the State Action Doctrine in its Current Form Should Become a Remnant of the Past

This Article argues that not only is it appropriate to rein in expansion of the state action doctrine, but also courts should go one step further and remodel the doctrine to more closely resemble the European Union’s...more

FCPA Settlement Agreements, Monitors and Self Monitoring

This article explores an apparent trend of the DOJ less frequently requiring Independent Corporate Monitors as part of their settlement agreements (i.e. deferred prosecution agreements, non-prosecution agreements,...more

Nigerian Oil and Gas Local Content Act

The Nigerian Government recently consolidated into one legislation known as the Nigerian Oil and Gas Oil Content Development Act, which legislation is more commonly referred to as the local content law, various other...more

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