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Fannie And Freddie – Newly Implemented Independent Dispute Resolution

On February 2, 2016, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae took another step towards helping sellers of loans manage risk more effectively, and in turn, strengthen the home lending system. Through concurrently released...more

FHFA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Announce Independent Dispute Resolution Program

On February 2, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (the “FHFA”) announced that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have implemented an independent dispute resolution process for resolving repurchase disputes. The process would allow...more

Saudi Arabia Update - January 2016

Legal Developments - Labor Law – weekends are not part of annual leave - The Saudi Arabian Labor Law provides that employees shall be entitled to 21 days of paid leave annually, to be increased to 25 days upon...more

New York State Requires PBM Contracts to Include a Mechanism for Appealing Disputes Related to Generic Drug Pricing

On December 11, 2015, Senate Bill 3346-B[1] was signed into law by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo. The new bill requires contracts between pharmacy benefit managers (“PBMs”) and pharmacies (or pharmacies’ contracting...more

Tokyo Dispute Resolution & Crisis Management Newsletter – January 2016

Middle Eastern Disputes: Top 10 Tips for In-House Counsel - The lowdown on what every in-house counsel should bear in mind with regard to arbitration proceedings in the UAE. We set out our list of the top 10...more

Guide To Doing Business in Australia and New Zealand (Mandarin version)

This publication has been prepared to provide an overview to foreign investors and business people who have an interest in doing business in Australia and New Zealand. The material in this publication is intended to provide...more

"Key Takeaways: Back to Basics - A Primer on the Differences Between Litigating and Arbitrating International Disputes"

Large, transnational corporations increasingly face the question of whether to litigate their disputes in local courts or to include in their agreements provisions providing for the resolution of disputes by alternative means...more

Intellectual Property and Technology News: Selling Online into the EU? New Obligation to Link to Dispute Resolution Platform

A European Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) Platform has been put in place by the European Commission from 9 January 2016. The Platform is intended to be used by online shops and consumers for settling their disputes....more

Net Working Capital Adjustments in M&A Deals: The Buyer’s Perspective

Working capital is an important measure of a company’s liquidity. Without sufficient working capital, a business will not be able to pay suppliers, employees, landlords and other providers whose goods and services are...more

Legal Trends: Litigation & Dispute Resolution

In 2016, regulated persons in Canada are increasingly likely to find themselves facing prosecution before tribunals, rather than in courts, and facing significant exposure to monetary penalties in those...more

FINRA-DR Task Force Report on Securities Arbitrations

FINRA’s Dispute Resolution Task Force issued its Final Report in mid-December. The Report reflects the group’s consideration of wide-ranging issues affecting the nation’s principle dispute-resolution forum for broker-dealers,...more

December 2015: Asia-Pacific Litigation Update

The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Investor-State Dispute Settlement. On October 4, 2015, the long-awaited Trans-Pacific Partnership (“TPP”) was concluded. The TPP is a free trade agreement among twelve Pacific Rim nations,...more

International Arbitration Newsletter: International Investment Courts: Are They Next in the Evolution of ISDS Arbitration?

The recent proliferation of bilateral investment treaties and free trade agreements involving Australia has brought with it the vexed issue of how best to resolve investment disputes between foreign investors and States. One...more

FTC provides advice to consumers on communicating with debt collectors

In a recent blog post, Dan Dwyer, a Staff Attorney with the FTC’s Division of Financial Practices, provided advice to assist consumers in communicating with a debt collector when the consumer does not recognize the debt. The...more

Economic Freedom, “Hong Kong Style”: Respecting Privacy And Ensuring Companies Can Resolve Disputes Efficiently

Hong Kong has always been known for its economic freedom. However, that economic freedom needs rules and protections to operate on a day-to-day basis. Recently, Hong Kong has taken bold steps forward with new rules and...more

Getting the Deal Through," Dispute Resolution 2015

What is the structure of the civil court system? Michigan has federal courts and state courts. Michigan’s state courts include but are not limited to a Supreme Court, a Court of Appeals, circuit courts with general...more

Recent Developments: Dispute Resolution What you need to know

Welcome to this edition of Allen & Overy’s Recent Developments –‘What you need to know’. The purpose of this alert is to keep you updated on the recent legal developments relevant to your industry, and let you know...more

Reform of Dispute Resolution Processes in India

This article considers changes brought about by two Ordinances recently promulgated by the President of India: (i) the Arbitration Ordinance which amends the Indian Arbitration Act; and (ii) the Commercial Courts Ordinance,...more

Summary Jury Trials Coming to the New York Commercial Division

In the latest procedural innovation designed to facilitate increased efficiency in resolving business disputes, Rule 3 of the Rules of Practice for the Commercial Division has been amended to provide for this alternative...more

CFPB issues third Financial Literacy Annual Report

The CFPB has issued its third Financial Literacy Annual Report to Congress. The report covers the CFPB’s activities to improve consumer financial literacy during the period from June 2014 through September 2015. The report’s...more

Arbitration Clauses Under Attack – Do They Harm Consumers?

Arbitration clauses are a common feature in a large part of my business litigation practice. They are generally enforceable under both federal and state statutes (e.g., the Federal Arbitration Act and the Tennessee Uniform...more

Four Key Takeaways on the Expansion of the Medicare Appeals Settlement Conference Project

On October 15, 2015, the Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals (“OMHA”) conducted a teleconference to address Phase II of the Settlement Conference Facilitation (“SCF”) Pilot, effective October 1, 2015. SCF, launched in...more

Further reassurance from the Indian Supreme Court for companies arbitrating Indian disputes abroad

Three years after its landmark judgment in Bharat Aluminium Co. v. Kaiser Aluminium Technical Services, Inc., the Supreme Court of India in its decision in Union of India v. Reliance Industries has reaffirmed its commitment...more

US China Trade War

The October blog post will be broken up into two parts. This October 15th post will comment on the TPP Agreement signed today and well as President Xi Jinping’s recent trip to the US and my impressions from Beijing, China...more

Putting the Final BEPS Reports into Perspective: from Recommendations to Implementation

The Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released its final reports on the G20/OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Project on Monday October 5th, 2015. ...more

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