International Legal News Volume 6 Issue 2 - October 16, 2009


In this Issue:

*Impact of the New Enterprise Income Tax Law on Foreign Investment in China Jade & Fountain, Shanghai by Mr. Scott Guan & Mr. Steven Huang

*Costa Rica Approves Corporate Governance Regulations Cordero & Cordero Abogados by Eugenio Vargas & Ricardo Cordero

*Real Estate Development Tools for the "New Normal": Tax Increment Financing EpsteinBeckerGreen, Atlanta by Daniel H. Sherman IV, Esq. & Jenny A. Lipana, Esq.

*Proposed relaxation of foreign investment in Australia Gadens Lawyers, Sydney by Charles Cowper

*Structuring Investment in China: Optimizing Financial Flows Between China, Hong Kong and Your Headquarters Lefèvre Pelletier & associés by Paul-Emmanuel Benachi & Fanny Nguyen

*The Fine Line Between Protecting Your Collateral and Lender Liability McDonald Hopkins, Cleveland by Alan M. Burger

*New legislation in Denmark on Indirect Restrictive Covenants in Job Clauses. DAHL Advokatfirma, Copenhagen by Søren Narv Pedersen

*Canadian Intellectual Property Office Tosses IP Applicants a Change-Up Clark Wilson LLP by Jeffrey Vicq

*Lesson from the Sports Page: Do Not Terminate a Contract Unless the Breach Was Material or Fundamental. Beirne, Maynard & Parsons LLP , Houston by James E. Smith

*Sukuk: Issues and the Way Forward Anad & Noraini, Kuala Lumpur by Tan Wan Yean

*Shareholders Agreements in Russian Joint-Stock Companies Lidings Law Firm, Moscow by Dmitry Pavlov

*Puerto Rico’s Act 75 of June 24, 1964 revisited Goldman Antonetti & Cordova, PSC, Puerto Rico by Rossell M. Barrios-Amy

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