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Ensuring Easy Depositions in the U.K.

Depositions in the U.K. are, in many ways, simple and straightforward. There is no language barrier with which to wrangle, should your depositions require travel, nor are there any visa requirements. The U.K. is a party to...more

Top Locations for Your Depositions in England

Just like it is in the United States, depositions in the United Kingdom can be taken at any location, making it easier to schedule than some other European countries, e.g., France and Germany. However, for counsel who have...more

Six Tips for Taking Depositions in India

Certain countries have a few extra or different steps when it comes to scheduling depositions. Depositions in Germany can be taken only at the U.S. Consulate in Frankfurt, for example, while Honduras requires a letter...more

Singapore to permit third party funding of international arbitrations

Singapore is poised to become the first jurisdiction in Asia to introduce legislation permitting the use of third party funding in support of international arbitrations and related proceedings.? This follows the passing of...more

The Traveling Chair

Over the past six months, as Chair of the American Bar Association, Section of International Law, I’ve traveled to destinations from Washington, D.C., Chicago, San Francisco and Ottawa to Istanbul, Rome, Tokyo, London,...more

Five Tips for Taking Depositions in South Korea

Are you heading off to South Korea for the first time on a mission to take a deposition and not sure where to start? Here are a few quick tips to help avoid international pitfalls: 1. Location, Location, Location! Need a...more

When Lawyers Cross the Line – Breaking Bad Under the Law

While reading the Embraer settlement documents, I read over the facts implicating a senior legal executive and his/her involvement in the Embraer bribery scheme. Truthfully, I had a slight gasp as I read about a fellow lawyer...more

Mandatory PI insurance for lawyers - minimum requirements approved

By decree no. 22 September 2016, published in the official gazette on 11 October 2016, the minimum requirements of the mandatory PI insurance for lawyers have been approved. The main minimum requirements are summarized below....more

Singapore Ranks #1 in Recent Survey of Expats

A most interesting report showing results of a survey was just released by HSBC. In the Expat Explorer Survey, created to measure which countries are the most enjoyable to expats, HSBC shares results in three categories –...more

Hangeul Proclamation Day

October 9th marks the date that Hangeul (meaning great script) was originally proclaimed the writing system for the Korean language, departing from the use of Chinese characters. The holiday was officially designated in 1945...more

International Travel Chronicles Part 2

The previous blog in this series highlighted the shock of different technologies encountered during international travel. But there are other discoveries to be made when traversing the globe. Sometimes a local can act as an...more

This Week in FCPA-Epiode 23, the Wells Fargo edition [Video]

In this week's episode, Jay Rosen and I discuss the following: Show notes for this week’s edition: 1. Tom's week long series on Well’s Fargo scandal. 2. Christina Muehl’s two part series on Corruption, Crime and...more

Third Party Funding: a New Chapter in Hong Kong & Singapore

The legal landscape is changing in South East Asia for third party funding of international arbitration. Third party funding – by which a commercial fund finances a case in exchange for a share of the damages – has...more

How to Comply With China's Revised Workplace Safety Requirements

Workplace safety incidents have been an issue in China throughout the 21st century, a consequence of the rapid growth of the country’s economy, the pursuit of high profits at the expense of safety and lax government oversight...more

FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 262-the Brexit Edition, with Jonathan Armstrong [Video]

In this special Brexit episode, I visit with UK lawyer Jonathan Armstrong about the potential impacts of the British exit from the EU for the FCPA compliance practitioner around issues relating to data privacy and data...more

Five on Friday – Five Recent Developments that We’ve Been Watching Closely: June 2016 #2

It’s Friday and time for another overview of developments in the field of business and human rights that we’ve been monitoring. This week’s post includes: a new guide for business lawyers from the International Bar...more

Unfair and Unbalanced-Episode 8 [Video]

In this episode, Roy Snell and I continue to explore issues around the compliance profession and compliance professionals. ...more

Litigation Funding and Other Monetization Tools for Israeli Innovators and Investors

Protecting the value of Israeli businesses involved in cross-border legal disputes may require aggressive assertion of rights in claims against joint venture partners, distributors, licensees, customers, or infringers of...more

Can Adaptive Compliance Training Reduce Fatigue? [Video]

In this video interview (part III of IV), GRC Solutions Managing Director, Julian Fenwick, shares the value of Adaptive Compliance Training in today’s e-learning environment. In this short compelling video, Julian addresses...more

2015 Year in Review: Top Five Stories for In-house Counsel

One of our priorities is tracking the big issues affecting in-house counsel, and since 2015 seems to be the year of the “Top __ List,” we thought it would be fun to jump on that bandwagon too. It’s helpful to understand your...more

International Depositions – Should You Attend in Person or Remotely?

International depositions involve several logistical steps which are not a concern when planning depositions in the U.S. One of the issues to address is whether you should attend your overseas deposition in person. Travel...more

Ringing in the New Year While Taking Depositions Abroad

New Year’s is a time of looking ahead with hopes for good things to come, and people wishing each other health, happiness and success in the coming year. Festivities are varied, ranging from church services to fireworks, and...more

Holiday Traditions from Around the World

I noticed the other night as I was out walking my little Jack Russell that downtown Frederick, Maryland, is fully decorated for the holidays. Lights are twinkling on the trees lining the streets, and most shop windows have...more

Extra Pages in U.S. Passports Coming to an End

If you’re a U.S. attorney whose practice focuses on international arbitrations, intellectual property matters, or patent litigation, you likely travel internationally quite a bit. Here’s a question – does your passport look...more

Schrems & The Collapse of Safe Harbor: What Are The Alternatives to EU Data Collection? [Video]

In the second part of a Front-Line interview, Jo Sherman, CEO, EDT, shares her views on how organizations can comply with new EU regulations in the context of the recent Schrems decision, and the collapse of safe harbor. As...more

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