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SEC Chair Mary Jo White – FCPA Enforcement Remains a Top Priority in the Increasingly Interconnected Global Marketplace

On September 21, 2016, Mary Jo White, Chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) spoke at a Legal Practice Division Luncheon at the International Bar Association Annual Conference. She discussed the...more

New Immigration Rule to Welcome Start-Up Foreign Entrepreneurs

Following up on President Obama’s proposal to acknowledge the global marketplace of ideas and leverage current immigration law to encourage entrepreneurship and economic growth, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service...more

The Effect of Patents and Drug Price Regulation on New Drug Diffusion Globally

One of the great benefits of scientific inquiry is the capacity for presumptions and prejudices from experience to be challenged and explained in ways that are counter-intuitive. This is true even for disciplines like...more

AccountingToday Article Provides Tax Primer: “Global Commerce 101”

Owners of small to mid-size U.S. businesses are finding the world is a smaller place, which can be very good for business. However, the opportunities of the international marketplace come with additional responsibilities,...more

Doing Business in India? Time to Catch Up on GST Implications!

The introduction of a Goods and Services Tax “GST” in India is quickly approaching and will have an impact on all global businesses. Our friends at Khaitan & Co., one of the oldest and largest Indian law firms, recently put...more

Brexit Update: What’s Next for the Global Marketplace

In Depth - UK Withdrawal Process - The United Kingdom will continue to be an EU member until procedures are completed for exiting the European Union, which is likely to be a long process. Under EU Treaty rules,...more

Congress Passes MTB Reform Legislation

Congress has enacted new legislation, the American Manufacturing Competitiveness Act of 2016 (H.R. 4923), which offers a unique opportunity for U.S. companies whose imported goods require the payment of tariffs (i.e., normal...more

Drug and Medical Device Product Liability + Globalization = Potential Costly International Mass Tort Litigation

Q: How can a drug and medical device company recognize when it may face a global issue? David Ferrera: Not every litigation presents the potential for an international mass tort. A drug or medical device company may have a...more

Protection Of Investments Under The Trans-Pacific Partnership

On 4 October 2015, following five years of negotiations, ministers of 12 countries gathered in Atlanta (including Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, United...more

Global Private Equity Newsletter - Fall 2015 Edition: Evaluating Cybersecurity Risks and Preparedness in Target Companies

Before committing resources to a potential investment, private equity firms should aggressively evaluate a target company’s cyber risks and cyber preparedness. Some target companies are naturally more exposed to cyber risk...more

Manufacturing Outlook - July 2015 - 2015 Q3

Welcome to the 2015q3 Manufacturing Outlook report in partnership with DLA Piper. It has been an eventful summer in the world economy; while not quite four seasons in one day, we’ve seen the future of the eurozone on the...more

How Private is that Connected Car? US v. EU

Among the fastest growing sectors in the industry of smart things is the connected car. No longer a simple way from point A to point B, cars now comprise a computer, cell phone and camera all rolled into one motorized...more

US CHINA TRADE WAR JULY 2015 TPA, TPP, TRADE POLICY, TRADE AND CUSTOMS

Because of the substantial activity in May, June and July with the passage of Trade Promotion Authority (“TPA”) and the ongoing Trans Pacific Partnership (“TPP”) negotiations, this blog post is being split into two parts. ...more

Abu Dhabi Global Market Publishes New Commercial Regulations and begins Financial Regulation Consultation

On 15 June 2015, the Abu Dhabi Global Market (Global Market), Abu Dhabi’s financial free zone, published the following six new regulations concerning the regulation of non-financial services in the Global Market: -...more

Boom, borrow, build, bust–and bounce? The fortunes of the mining and metals markets may have shifted up and down in recent years,...

Amid ongoing realignment in the mining and metals markets, industry participants have already begun seeing and seizing extraordinary opportunities—including those created by companies reacting to the boom-bust cycle. In...more

The Future of Sukuk

The sukuk market is proving to be a significant source of capital for many corporate, sovereign and government-related entities in Southeast Asia, the Middle East and North Africa — entities which issued US$116.4 billion...more

Africa Energy Update

The latest news on legal and regulatory developments in Africa's energy sector with perspectives from our offices in New York, Washington and London. This third Africa energy update focuses on North Africa, Africa's most...more

Defense and Indemnity Demands in Today’s Global Marketplace

In defending product liability cases, product manufacturers, sellers and distributors often tender a request for defense and indemnity from claims to one of their business partners. Typically, the tender arises from two...more

Coming to America Part I: Legal & Cultural Challenges for Emerging Companies

As of late, many emerging companies have decided to enter the US market. While international expansion is an important business milestone, there are multiple legal and cultural considerations companies must reflect on. In...more

Miami: The Next Global Frontier

Miami’s second annual eMerge Americas Conference marks another milestone in the city cementing itself as a hub for tech startups and entrepreneurs. In the last 18 months, Miami has established and cemented many of the key...more

U.S. Trade Representative Issues 2015 Special 301 Report

On April 30th, Ambassador Michael B.G. Froman, U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) issued the 2015 Special 301 Report. According to the USTR website, "[m]ade-in-America exports are an essential source of economic growth and...more

'Protectionism' In M&A: A Mixed Picture

When a national ‘champion’ is at stake, lively political and media debate often follows, sometimes even where the sector involved is not particularly ‘sensitive’. This is unsurprising in markets facing slow economic growth...more

Jurisdictional limits of cartel laws in Australia and the United States - ACCC v Air New Zealand and Motorola Mobility v AU...

Commerce may be increasingly global, but there remain limits on the extraterritorial application of cartel laws in individual countries. In late 2014, Courts in Australia and the United States (US) delivered judgments...more

"Robust Action Dominates Global Government Enforcement Landscape"

In the global criminal and regulatory enforcement arena, robust enforcement actions against multinational companies are likely to continue worldwide in 2015. In North and South America, Europe and Asia, with criminal...more

Corruption, Compliance & Criminal Regimes: An Interview with Sarah Chayes

Sarah, thank you kindly for participating in this Q and A. I call readers’ attention to your new book Thieves of State, Why Corruption: Threatens Global Security. Today will be part I of our II part interview....more

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