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Tech Sector Braces for Possible Impact from President-Elect Trump’s Immigration Agenda

There could be repercussions for the tech sector from any number of actions that President-elect Trump might take on immigration. There could even be impact from his actions taken in other areas such as trade and national...more

Saudi Arabia Update - November 2016

Special Labor Courts Launching Soon - The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) and the Supreme Judicial Council have finally stepped forward with launching the special labor courts in Saudi Arabia, which are expected to begin...more

What does business success look like for leading employers?

Working with many of Australia’s leading employers has given us strong insights into the planning and habits of the leaders of high performing organisations. It is virtually an absolute that these organisations have a...more

Conducting an Internal Investigation in the PRC? Protect Your Company From the Outset

Requests by a company’s counsel to interview company employees as part of internal investigations into potential misconduct are commonplace. But when a U.S. company and its counsel seek to interview citizens working for the...more

Tackling Modern Slavery

Pressure on businesses to do more to address slavery is ramping-up. In July, the UK Prime Minister described slavery as ‘the greatest human rights issue of our time’. Today, 18 October, marks Anti-Slavery Day in the UK....more

U.K. now requires supply chain transparency on human trafficking risks

In Part I of our two-part series, we discussed the worldwide issue of modern-day slavery and the California response. In this second part, we discuss the latest response in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom...more

[Event] "Americas Labor & Employment Law Conference: Managing a workforce across the Americas and beyond" - Dec. 8th-9th, Miami,...

Attorneys from FordHarrison and Ius Laboris, the global Alliance of leading labor and employment law firms, will join in-house counsel to discuss the many challenges faced by multinational companies. The conference is aimed...more

Womenomics: Boosting global growth

The economic case for gender equality in the workplace couldn't be stronger: An overwhelming body of evidence shows that when there is a better gender balance in the boardroom and more women in the workforce, companies...more

Ten Key Legal Issues to Consider When Moving Stateside

Stateside - Even before the uncertainties following the Brexit referendum result, a move to the U.S. was an attractive proposition for high growth UK businesses. Common language, similar culture, access to capital and a...more

Don't be fooled - Australian anti-bribery and corruption laws exist

Australian companies and their employees shouldn't think, based on recent press reports, that Australia doesn't already have serious anti-bribery and corruption laws. Australia's anti-bribery and corruption laws apply both...more

Terminating employees due to internal investigations in Germany

When it comes to internal investigations, multinational companies need to reconcile the sometimes conflicting legal requirements of various jurisdictions. Under German law, conflicts typically arise where a foreign law...more

Outsourcing and the Value Added Tax: Mexico’s Third Circuit Reminds Employers to Consult the Federal Labor Law

On July 15, 2016, the Third Circuit Court on Administrative Matters, acting in plenary session (based in Jalisco), published a Judicial Interpretation titled, “Provision of Independent Services: In order to determine whether...more

Bridging the Week - August 2016 #3

Another Publicly Traded Firm Sanctioned by SEC For Allegedly Undercutting Whistleblower Protections Through Severance Agreements: Health Net, Inc., a formerly publicly traded company whose securities were registered with the...more

Proposals for Employee representation at board level in UK companies

Theresa May, and latterly Owen Smith, have both announced their intention to put employees on company boards. Employee representation on company boards in Europe is commonplace and speculation is rife as to what model either...more

Five on Friday – Five Recent Developments that We’ve Been Watching Closely: July 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: the release of the third, and likely final, draft of the World...more

Saudi Arabia Update - July 2016

Legal Developments - Liberalization of Wholesale and Retail Trade Sector – 100% Foreign Ownership Allowed - Introduction - As was described in our September 2015 KSA Update, the Saudi Arabian authorities...more

Six Best Practices to Go Beyond Dutch Whistleblower Compliance

In March 2016 the Dutch Senate passed the “House for Whistleblowers” Act (Huis voor Klokkenluiders) to protect the interests of whistleblowers. This Act came into effect on 1st July. Whilst the rules currently only apply...more

BDO’s 2016 Manufacturing Risk Factor Report

The 2016 BDO Manufacturing RiskFactor Report examines the risk factors in the most recent 10-K filings of the largest 100 publicly traded U.S. manufacturers across five sectors including fabricated metal, food processing,...more

"Insights Conversations: Employment Factors to Consider in Carve-Out Transactions"

Carve-out transactions can quickly become complicated by employment considerations — who stays, who goes and what practices govern the transitions. At the April 18, 2016, "Skadden Cross-Border M&A Conference 2016:...more

Global Trends and Business Ethics

The following is part one of a two-part guest post by Alison Taylor and James Cohen. 2016 is only half-complete, but it’s already been a pivotal year in ethics and compliance. The Panama Papers and Unaoil data leaks...more

Brexit – What Now For Your Business

So, the UK has voted to leave the EU. Everyone has their own opinion and we’ve all seen the news reports and various viewpoints but what does this result mean for you in practical terms and where do we go from here? Orrick’s...more

Impact of Brexit on UK Employment Law

Many in the UK are in a state of shock. The vote, narrowly, and with significant geographical and demographic variations, is to leave. What impact will this have in relation to UK employment law?...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

Brexit: What Does it Mean for Employers in the U.K.?

We set out below our best guess on where this leaves employees, management and HR in the UK. Firstly as we have all heard repeatedly today, nothing is going to change immediately and that is the same for employment law. ...more

U.N. Guiding Principles: Reflections on the Last Five Years

Five years ago, on June 16, 2011, the way we view the human rights responsibilities of companies changed. On that day, the United Nations Human Rights Council unanimously endorsed the UN Guiding Principles on Business and...more

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