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Brexit: Through the Eyes of a US Legal Team

The headlines are nearly ubiquitous at this point: this summer, the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. The reasons cited for leaving are varied and complicated, with many commentators still...more

OW Bunker in Singapore – where are we?

Although the Singapore courts have not, to date, been required to consider the legal issues which have recently come before the English courts in the Res Cogitans, the cases which have come before the Singapore courts...more

Norton Simon Museum Prevails Against Von Saher Claim to Cranachs Looted by the Nazis

Just as it appeared that the first trial in years would begin next month on a claim of Nazi-looted art, the much publicized Von Saher case has come to an end with a judgment that entered yesterday. The U.S. District Court...more

Singapore to Become International Centre for Debt Restructuring

Singapore to Become International Centre for Debt Restructuring August 04, 2016 Singapore is set to adopt the recommendations of the Committee to Strengthen Singapore as an International Centre for Debt Restructuring....more

Global Predictive Coding: Going for the Gold

This week, athletes from around the globe will gather at the 2016 Summer Olympics to compete for gold medals and present years of hard work and dedication. With the Olympics as a backdrop, there is no better time than to...more

Who Has Child Custody Jurisdiction

The decision in Margain vs. Ruiz-Bours [1] provides some insight into the workings of the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act ("UCCJEA") as adopted by Arizona in Title 25, Chapter 8, Articles 1 through 3. ...more

California Environmental Law & Policy Update - July 2016 #5

Environmental and Policy Focus - State Supreme Court rules in state’s favor on Delta property rights - Sacramento Bee - Jul 21 - The California Supreme Court ruled last Thursday that the state has the right to...more

The Choice of Court Agreements Act 2016: Implications for Dispute Resolution in Singapore

The Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements (the “Convention”) establishes an international legal regime which requires contracting states to (a) uphold exclusive choice of court agreements designating the courts of...more

Brexit: Service - Implications for Contracting Parties and Disputes

The process of Brexit will take many years, and the implications for our clients’ business will unfold over time. Our MoFo Brexit Task Force is coordinating Brexit-related legal analysis across all of our offices, and...more

Brexit: Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments - Implications for Contracting Parties and Disputes

The process of Brexit will take many years, and the implications for our clients’ business will unfold over time. Our MoFo Brexit Task Force is coordinating Brexit-related legal analysis across all of our offices, and...more

Brexit: Governing Law - Implications for Contracting Parties and Disputes

The process of Brexit will take many years, and the implications for our clients’ business will unfold over time. Our MoFo Brexit Task Force is coordinating Brexit-related legal analysis across all of our offices, and...more

Choice of Law Principles in Cross-Border Privilege Disputes: Whose Law Applies?

The Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine in the United States and Abroad - The attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine are important and well-known concepts to nearly every lawyer in the...more

Another Bombshell in Munich—Bavarian Government Sold Looted Art to Nazi Families

Works returned by Monuments Men to Bavaria for restitution to victims instead sold to Nazis’ families - Journalists Catrin Lorch Jörg Häntzschel published this weekend an explosive revelation in Sueddeutsche Zeitung...more

"Cross-Border Investigations Update - June 2016"

This issue of Skadden’s semiannual Cross-Border Investigations Update takes a look at recent cases and enforcement trends, including proposed amendments to China’s commercial bribery law, the use in U.S. courts of compelled...more

Brexit, Here We Come (or Go)

The UK people have voted to leave the European Union. Although there is no constitutional duty to leave the Union as a result, politically this is likely going to happen. Change will not be immediate and happen over time....more

D.C. Circuit Further Restricts the Scope of Foreign Sovereign Liability for Acts of State-Owned Companies

Those doing business with foreign governments would be wise to adhere to the dictate of caveat venditor: seller beware. Cross-border “government” contracting often involves doing business not directly with the sovereign...more

It’s Just Notice: Ontario Court of Appeal Holds that Rules of Service Do Not Interfere with State Sovereignty

In a decision released on June 3, 2016, the Ontario Court of Appeal (Court) rejected the proposition that Canada’s international law obligations require that service of an originating process in a non-Hague Convention state,...more

Federal Court Declines to Exercise Jurisdiction Over Toshiba Despite Over-the-Counter ADS Sales in the United States

Ever since the Supreme Court issued its opinion in Morrison v. National Australia Bank, Ltd., 561 U.S. 247 (2010), courts have been making their own interpretations of what Morrison means for whether certain transactions are...more

The Impact of the New Choice of Court Agreements Act 2016

The Choice of Court Agreements Act 2016 (CCAA) was passed by the Singapore Parliament on 14 April 2016. It is not yet in force, but the Ministry of Law has stated that it will come into force this year. The CCAA provides for...more

Spring Update: Insights Regarding The Antitrust Division’s Recent Activity

The Antitrust Division recently issued its 2016 annual spring update. Taking advantage of modern technology, Bill Baer—now the Acting Associate Attorney General serving in the DOJ’s third-highest ranking...more

Paris Court of Appeal Rules on Forced Heirship, US Trusts and Legitimacy of Transforming Real Estate into a Moveable Asset using...

On 11 May 2016 in case no. 14/26247, the Paris Court of Appeal fully confirmed the judgment handed down by the Paris High Court on 2 December 2014 in case no. 10/05228, relating to the estate of Mr Maurice Jarre. By...more

New York Enforcement Update

New York has long been a critical enforcement venue for parties holding unsatisfied arbitral awards and/or judgments. New York is the financial capital of the United States, and that reality, coupled with the state’s expert...more

News of Note in IP

Each week, Sheppard Mullin brings you News of Note in IP: The latest news in the IP-related fields of technology, privacy, fashion, advertising, music, and social media, curated by our IP team. Here are some of the stories...more

Perks to Depositions in South Korea

International depositions provide limitless opportunities for travel, often to exciting locales. But will your destination have local U.S. -trained reporters and videographers to cover your depositions? If your depositions...more

First Department Finds Forum Selection Clause in Earlier Agreement Valid Despite Later Agreement Providing for Arbitration

In a 3-2 split decision, a New York appellate court determined that a forum selection clause providing for litigation in New York courts had not been explicitly terminated and thus trumped agreements to submit to arbitration...more

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