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Procurement Pulse - May 2017

by DLA Piper on

Some interesting new developments in procurement law this month. Whilst the case has now been settled and is the subject of an independent enquiry, we report on the Supreme Court's final ruling on the Energy Solutions case,...more

NEC4 suite of standard form contracts to be released in June

by White & Case LLP on

On 22 June 2017, the NEC4 suite of standard form contracts will be officially launched at the NEC Users' Group's Annual Seminar. This new suite will replace the popular NEC3 suite, which was first published back in 2005....more

The Buy American and Hire American Executive Order: What It Means For Supply Chain Management

by Jones Day on

In our December 2016 Commentary on the "Government Contracts Ramifications of the Trump Election" and our January 2017 update, we predicted that the Trump Administration would seek to strengthen domestic preferences in...more

3 Things Contractors Should Do Now to Ensure “Buy American” Compliance in the Wake of Trump’s Executive Order

by Carlton Fields on

"Buy American, Hire American" is no longer just a campaign slogan. It is the subject of an Executive Order signed by President Trump on April 19. The order details the Trump administration’s policy of ensuring compliance with...more

Top bribery and corruption developments in 2017 for ADG companies

by Hogan Lovells on

In recent years, U.S. and Western European military spending has decreased as military spending in other parts of the world has risen. As a result, aerospace, defense and government services (ADG) companies increasingly rely...more

Top Brexit developments in 2017 for ADG companies

by Hogan Lovells on

On 23 June 2016, the people of the United Kingdom (UK) voted in a referendum to leave the European Union (EU). The UK Government gave the EU formal notice of its intention to withdraw from the EU on 29 March 2017. This...more

Property ownership by overseas investors: UK Government begins consultation process for Beneficial Ownership Register

by Dentons on

The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has just issued a consultation paper calling for evidence on proposals for a new register showing who owns and controls overseas legal entities that own UK property or...more

The Long Road: Boeing Continues the March into Iran

by Bass, Berry & Sims PLC on

- Boeing announces deal to sell aircraft to Iran Aseman - The deal was apparently authorized by the U.S. Treasury Department, but Congressional foes fight to block it - If the deal goes through, further loosening of...more

EU Competition Newsletter - March 2017

by Bryan Cave on

What Future for EU Public Procurement Law in the UK After Brexit? Those aficionados of the silver screen will remember comedians Laurel and Hardy and in particular their catchphrase 'Well here's another nice mess you've...more

The UK and the World Trade Organization (WTO): What Happens After Brexit?

by White & Case LLP on

On 29 March 2017, the UK will formally trigger the Article 50 process to begin the negotiations for Brexit. If there is a 'hard Brexit' in 2019, the UK would trade with the EU – along with most of the rest of the world – on...more

Doing Business in Cuba Under the FCPA

by Thomas Fox on

I want to consider the impending opening of Cuba to US business, what you can do now and what you must wait for until the embargo is lifted; all from the perspective of compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act...more

Use of Social Media In a Best Practices Compliance Program

by Thomas Fox on

Why should you integrate social media into your compliance program? In a compliance program, a large portion of your consumers/customers are your employees. Social media presents some excellent mechanisms to communicate the...more

Procurement Pulse - March 2017

by DLA Piper on

This month's issue looks at some recent case law on evaluation methodologies, perhaps the highest risk area when it comes to running a procurement process. The Energy Solutions case (first reported in Procurement Pulse in...more

Antitrust Alert: Mexico Brings First Criminal Antitrust Actions for Bid Rigging

by Jones Day on

In an unprecedented action, this month the Investigation Bureau of the Mexican Federal Competition Commission (COFECE) has brought criminal prosecutions against individuals who allegedly participated in bid rigging activities...more

The Embraer FCPA Enforcement Action

by Thomas Fox on

The Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) continued their stunning 2016 run of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) decisions with the announcement of the resolution of the Embraer SA...more

Dentons' pick of global regulatory trends to watch in 2017 - National security and foreign investment review

by Dentons on

Focus on the US - Defense and national security - The 115th Congress will mark the first opportunity in a decade for a Republican-controlled House and Senate to work with a Republican president. In 2017, leading...more

Russian Legislation Update: November 2016 - January 2017

by White & Case LLP on

Welcome to the most recent issue of our Russian Legislation Update, covering the period of November 2016 - January 2017. In this issue: - Corporate Relations - Anti-Corruption Practices - Banking - Procurement...more

Review of the Significant Canadian Federal Government Contracting Cases in 2016

by Dickinson Wright on

All procurements in Canada are, at common law, founded on the principles articulated in the Supreme Court of Canada decision in The Queen (Ontario) v Ron Engineering. Ron Engineering introduced the concepts of “Contract A”...more

Apocalypse Soon? Permanent Disqualification From Department of Defense Contracts May Result From Voluntary Disclosures of Export...

by McCarter & English, LLP on

Etymology, particularly the Greek or Latin roots of words, aids our understanding in much the same way as root cause analysis does. The Greek word for disclosure is ap???????, transliterated to apokálypsi, or “apocalypse.”...more

Government Contracts Legislative and Regulatory Update - December 2016

by Dentons on

We are pleased to bring you the December edition of “Government Contracts Legislative and Regulatory Update,” a summary of the relevant changes that took place during the month of November. Highlights this month include...more

Don’t Let Forced Labor and Bribery in Your Supply Chain Spoil the Holidays

by Perkins Coie on

The holiday retail season is an ideal time to check that forced labor and bribery—two top and interconnected supply-chain threats—do not undermine the success of your critical sales period. Not long ago, many in the...more

FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 292-Jared Connors on FARs and DFARs [Video]

by Thomas Fox on

In this episode Jared Connors and I discuss: 1. What is a FAR? 2. What’s the differences with DFARs? 3. What types of companies should be concerned? 4. What are some examples of covered with these regulations? 5. What...more

Brexit: Impact on public sector procurement law

by DLA Piper on

Following the UK's vote to leave the European Union, we consider the potential implications for procurement law in the UK to be minimal in the near term. Post Article 50 negotiations, for reciprocity reasons, and to avoid any...more

Post-Election Sanctions Hangover

by Bass, Berry & Sims PLC on

With the results in from the U.S. presidential election, companies should begin to consider the potential impact of a Trump presidency on their international business. U.S. economic sanctions were among the hot-button issues...more

Iran on Your Mind? The FAR Should Be, Too.

by Bass, Berry & Sims PLC on

Over the past year, the big news for companies doing or considering business in Iran has been the scaling back of U.S. and EU economic sanctions. Many global businesses are now permitted to operate in this once prohibited...more

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