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Germany – Premium Paid by Employer for Leaving Trade Union is Unlawful

Powerful trade unions often are a thorn in the side of employers. But if a company tries to reduce the trade unions’ influence, it may violate the freedom of association under Article 9 section 3 of the German Constitution...more

The Basics of International Privacy Law for Commercial Litigators, Part 2: Global Trends

Although the volume of data that flows between the EU and the U.S. ensures that EU privacy law occupies most of the spotlight on the world stage, other countries have their own privacy laws worth noting as...more

The Panama Effect: UK Government accelerates proposals to criminalise failure to prevent tax evasion

10 considerations for professionals and corporates worldwide in advance of the new law. Overview - In a move widely seen as a response to the so-called “Panama Papers” revelations, the UK Government has enhanced...more

Treasury Issues Stringent Inversion Regulations, Proposes Far-Reaching Related-Party Debt Rules

New regulations expand prior guidance reducing tax benefits of inversions. Proposed debt-equity rules will impact even routine intercompany transactions. On April 4, 2016, the US Department of the Treasury (Treasury) and...more

China Customs authorities enhance monitoring of intercompany prices and royalty payments

China’s General Administration of Customs (GAC) has released an amendment to the Import and Export Declaration Documents Standards. Among many changes, the Amendment now requires Chinese entities with importing and exporting...more

All retailers must adopt new EU online dispute platform — does your UK website comply?

Since 15 February 2016, all EU retailers who sell online should have complied with the rules of the EU’s new online dispute resolution (“ODR”) platform. Compliance is mandatory for all retailers — from small independent shops...more

Action needed: new customs rules have potential severe impact on duties payable

As of May 1, 2016, the Union Customs Code (UCC) will come into effect and will replace the current Community Customs Code. The new UCC brings along significant changes in the customs rules which impact importers in the EU....more

Resource for Doing Business in the U.S. – Installment #6 – Immigration Matters

You have a plan for doing business in the U.S. Now who is going to help make that happen? As companies get ready to do business in the U.S. they often delay in thinking about one key matter: making sure the people needed to...more

CRA Provides Update on Efforts to Combat Tax Evasion

Following the release of the “Panama Papers” and the Canadian federal government’s budget announcement that additional resources will be directed to the CRA to collect existing tax debts and combat tax evasion, the CRA has...more

Understanding the Extraterritorial Scope of Title VII and the ADA for U.S. Employers

Many employers still grapple with the application of certain anti-discrimination laws — such as Title VII and the ADA — to non-U.S. citizen employees working in the United States and U.S. citizen employees working overseas. ...more

Workplace Bullying: What’s a Multinational Employer to Do?

Workplace bullying is increasingly acknowledged as a global issue, affecting most countries, professions, and workers. Although there is presently no law against workplace bullying in the United States, what about a US based...more

Legal revolution in France – civil law reforms (or Napoleon’s second coming)

This alert draws attention to the approaching entry into force of the new French civil code. This will be of interest to all parties with French law-governed agreements or that do business in France – especially regarding...more

New Model Iranian Petroleum Contract

As we look forward to the release of the new model Iranian Petroleum Contract, Dentons' oil and gas partners James Dallas and Alistair Black analyse the contents of the recently released "Principles of the New Contract Model"...more

New DOJ Appointee is a Game Changer for Companies Operating in Asia

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has hired an in-house compliance expert to give prosecutors in the Fraud Section guidance as they assess the compliance programs of companies seeking leniency in investigations....more

6 Unique Challenges for Protecting and Exploiting Intellectual Property in the United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is an attractive global business centre and gateway to the wider Middle East region for international companies seeking to commercialise and exploit their brands, products and...more

Historic Bribery Of Agents Of Foreign Principals Will Not Go Unpunished

Bribery of an agent or official of a foreign body has been a crime in the UK since 1906. Previous uncertainty had led to amendments in 2002 to clarify the foreign scope of bribery offences. However, the case of R v Ail, GH &...more

Easy Come, Easy Go: Latest Developments in US Sanctions

Making regular updates to policies and procedures related to international trade compliance has always been an important aspect of ensuring their effectiveness, and particularly in light of the myriad changes to various U.S....more

Update on CbC reporting: UK passes regulations and EU Ministers agree on draft directive

On 26 February 2016 the UK enacted its country-by-country (CbC) reporting regulations. The regulations set out the requirements for UK parented multinational groups, UK residents and permanent establishments that are part of...more

New York State Division of Tax Appeals Addresses Unauthorized Insurance Company Taxation

A New York State Division of Tax Appeals administrative law judge (ALJ) issued three determinations addressing the tax implications for unauthorized insurance companies, both life and non-life. Significant uncertainty has...more

The Costs of Workplace Bullying: Increasingly an Employer’s Duty of Care

Multinational employers know the importance of protecting against physical risks in the Workplace. Occupational health and safety legislation has for decades mandated that employers have a duty of care to provide a physically...more

IRS Proposes Country-by-Country Reporting Regulations

On December 21st, 2015 the IRS proposed Country-by-Country (“CbC”) reporting rules requiring certain U.S. multinational companies to provide extensive information about business operations (including their revenue, number of...more

Full Disclosure: An Overview of Global Supply Chain Regulations

You may have read our recent client alert on the UK Modern Slavery Act and Global Supply Chain Transparency, where we highlighted the extraterritorial safeguards against human trafficking and slavery as well as the...more

Culture Applied: Practical Realities: Local Culture and Global Staffing

Far from being resolved, the issues of discrimination, based on race, ethnicity, gender, and lifestyle are once again dominating our political, social, and corporate conversations. ...more

What Multinational Employers Need to Know about Ontario’s Proposed Sexual Harassment Protections

After adopting an action plan to stop sexual violence and harassment in March 2015, Ontario’s legislature is taking steps to pass an act that would create new duties for employers to prevent and investigate sexual harassment...more

The Must-Have Compliance Benchmarking Report is Here: Convercent, in partnership with The Ethisphere Institute, examines the...

Our new report will help you keep pace with evolving expectations and emerging best practices in the compliance industry. We invite you to use the comprehensive findings to benchmark your 2016 compliance strategy, and see how...more

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