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Brexometer Survey - March 2017

The UK Government has set out a bold vision for a post-Brexit world: The UK as a global pivot; a strategic partnership with the EU; an enduring and perhaps an even more “special” relationship with the U.S. Please see...more

Damages: The Dark Side of Having Employees in the United States

Canadian employment law is, in many ways, far more employee favorable than U.S. employment law. With the exception of a few states, employment in the United States is “at-will.” ...more

Expect Focus - International, Spring, March 2017

Rules of the (International) Road - An Overview - Going international is a complicated undertaking. Your specific situation and concerns will determine the steps required. The following outlines, very generally,...more

Tightening the Tax Screws on International IP Structures

For many years prudent international tax planning for multinational enterprises has included structures designed to minimize global taxes by developing or holding intangible property (IP) in foreign subsidiaries located in...more

EU Data Privacy Rules and Penalties Reach America: Are You Ready?

What is European Data Privacy Law and why does it impact California and other U.S. based companies? The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, Article 8, protects everybody’s personal information. ...more

The U.S. Tax Reform and the Energy Sector

President Donald Trump and Republican Congressional leaders have promised a major reform to the U.S. tax code in 2017. This reform, if anything close to these promises, will have significant implications for the energy...more

US Tax Reform: Strategies for Executing Transactions in the Face of Uncertainty

Tax reform plans would fundamentally alter the landscape for key business decisions, impacting a business’ legal, finance, corporate development and other divisions, as well as tax groups. Key Points: ..Tax reform...more

China’s New Graft-Buster and What It Means for Multinational Companies Operating There

As China’s anti-corruption campaign continues to make headlines, a new pilot program promises to streamline regulation, foreboding increased scrutiny and harsher punishments for multinational companies operating there....more

Stay out of TROUBLE: Make sure your CPA is asking you the right QUESTIONS regarding Foreign Accounts!

US International tax is complicated. It often overwhelms US Taxpayers. That is why an international tax specialist CPA is the best choice for the work. Nonetheless, many Taxpayers seek the help of tax return preparers...more

Key Takeaways: Prospects for US Business Tax Reform — What You Need to Know

On February 16, 2017, Skadden hosted a webinar titled “Prospects for U.S. Business Tax Reform: What You Need to Know.” The Skadden panelists were M&A partner Stephen Arcano; global tax co-head Eric Sensenbrenner; and tax...more

French National Assembly Adopts Corporate Duty of Vigilance Law

On February 21, 2017, the French National Assembly (Assemblée nationale) adopted proposed legislation defining a duty of vigilance for parent companies and their subcontractors. The law provides that multinational firms...more

New cybersecurity watchdog suggests greater compliance challenges ahead for overseas companies in China

Developments this month continue to signpost a more challenging compliance environment ahead for non-Chinese technology companies and those operating online in China. The Chinese Government's continued scrutiny over...more

Budget 2017

The 2017 Budget was presented by Minister Pravin Gordhan before Parliament on 22 February 2017. The 2017 tax proposals are projected to raise ZAR28 billion, and increase the tax burden from 26% of GDP in 2016/17 to 26.7%...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

Activist investor Carl Icahn has taken a sizeable stake in Bristol-Myers Squibb, a move that reportedly caught execs at the drugmaker unawares and sets the stage for a potential sale....more

Use Data from the EU? It’s Time to Update Your Data Breach Notification Procedures

This post is the second in a three-part series. With the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) looming near for organizations that process the data of European citizens, compliance is top-of-mind for...more

Advancing Human Rights Claims Based on Global Supply Chain Activities: Recent Developments in California and Canada

Courts in California and Canada have emerged as testing grounds for advancing claims of forced labor in global supply chains.  The plaintiffs’ approach is to make companies more accountable to “soft law” norms like the UN...more

Investment Treaty Arbitration: How Multinationals Can Structure Their Investments to Obtain Treaty Protection

In a previous article, we explained how a U.S.-based company that had established a subsidiary abroad could benefit from protections against unfair conduct of a foreign State that are found in most bilateral investment...more

Reporting A Closely Held U.S. Corporation’s Overseas Activities

We have heard a lot about large, publicly-traded U.S. corporations that have parked trillions of dollars overseas to avoid the payment of U.S. income tax. We have heard how the tax system must be seriously broken to have so...more

Key Takeaways: Inside the White House and Capitol Hill — The Impact of a New Administration on Global Markets

On January 25, 2017, Skadden hosted a panel discussion at the London Stock Exchange on the potential policy direction of the Trump administration. The panel touched on tax reform, trade agreements, inbound and outbound U.S....more

The Australian Government significantly expands ATO powers to fight multinational tax avoidance: Legislation introduced for 40 per...

Introduction and overview - The Australian Government introduced legislation (DPT legislation) into Parliament on 9 February 2017 to implement a further component (second limb) of the United Kingdom–style diverted...more

White Collar Enforcement and the New Trump Administration: Your Top Ten Questions Answered

Enforcement activity under the Obama administration often made headlines for the eye-popping level of fines, with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulations, and economic sanctions...more

Do You Know What an IRS Criminal Investigation is?

The US taxes its citizens and permanent residents on their worldwide income regardless of where they live or how long they’ve lived outside of the US. There is only one other country in the world that operates like the US –...more

"Business Tax Reform All but Certain in US, Europe"

United States - The prospects for business tax reform in the United States were greatly enhanced by the 2016 election results. Reform under Republicans, who control both the White House and Congress, could dramatically...more

Business and Human Rights in Foreign Operations: The Stakes Just Got Bigger

Canadian courts took another step in further opening the country’s courts to civil claims by foreign victims of alleged human rights abuses against Canadian corporations for acts committed abroad. In a January 26, 2017,...more

Business Litigation Report - January 2017

China's 2016 Cybersecurity Law Will Change the Way Multinational Companies Do Business in China - China adopted its controversial Cybersecurity Law on November 7, 2016. The law, which will take effect on June 1, 2017,...more

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