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  • The Ropes Recap: Mergers & Acquisitions Law News - Second Half 2016

    NEWS FROM THE COURTS – Delaware Court of Chancery Once Again Rejects Transaction Price as the Best Measure of Fair Value in DFC Global Litigation - On July 8, 2016, the Delaware Court of Chancery released its post-trial opinion in an appraisal action that arose from the sale of DFC Global Corporation, an international non-bank provider of alternative...

  • Securities Litigation, Enforcement, and White-Collar Criminal Defense Quarterly Newsletter, Winter 2008

    Securities Litigation, Enforcement, and White-Collar Criminal Defense Quarterly Newsletter, Winter 2008 In This Issue Our first edition of the Securities Litigation, Enforcement, and White-Collar Criminal Defense (“SLEW”) Quarterly Newsletter begins with a report on our trial win in California in In re JDS Uniphase Corporation Securities Litigation, a class action...

  • Fiduciary Issues and Data Privacy Is Your Plan Data Really Safe?

    Despite the fact that Personally Identifiable Information (PII) definitions are continuously broadening with the addition of new data elements, and proposed federal legislation aims to reconcile state laws, security breach threats remain. Please see full Presentation below for more information.

  • White Collar Watch (December 2018 • No. 3)

    NOTE FROM THE EDITORS - All of us here at Blank Rome wish you and yours a happy and healthy holiday season and start to 2019. We are pleased to present our final 2018 edition of White Collar Watch, which includes timely articles that address key industry issues, such as how to avoid fraud in the areas of merchants’ use of “sales suppression software” as well as in the...

  • Mainbrace: September 2016 (No. 4)

    It’s hard to believe another summer has come and gone. The kids are back in school, the commuter trains are a bit more crowded, and everyone is back from their holidays, hopefully refreshed and ready to get back down to business. We know we are. In this issue of Mainbrace, we discuss some of the hot and developing issues in our practice these days. First and foremost is...

  • Mainbrace: September 2016 (No. 4)

    It’s hard to believe another summer has come and gone. The kids are back in school, the commuter trains are a bit more crowded, and everyone is back from their holidays, hopefully refreshed and ready to get back down to business. We know we are. In this issue of Mainbrace, we discuss some of the hot and developing issues in our practice these days. First and foremost is...

  • Technology and Life Sciences IPO Survey – 2017, Full Year

    This report analyzes key aspects of initial public offerings (IPOs) for technology and life sciences companies that went public in 2017, with emphasis on data from the second half of the year. Our IPO Survey was developed for clients, friends and others interested in considering the data surrounding recent IPO activity. Downloading the full report will provide you access to a number of tables and

  • Public Company Corporate Governance Features in the Energy Sector

    Following up on groundbreaking studies last year examining corporate governance structures in the tech sector, Orrick today released a new report detailing the corporate governance approaches of the leading public companies in the energy industry. Led by partner Ed Batts, the study broke down the boardroom structures of 54 companies in the Dow Jones Energy Sector Index and the S&P Energy...

  • What’s Going On – Over A Month Of Section 219 Disclosures Under The Iran Threat Reduction And Syria Human Rights Act Of 2012

    Section 219 (codified as Section 13(r) of the Securities Exchange Act) has been in effect for six weeks. During this time, more than 100 SEC-registered reporting issuers have made required disclosures regarding their Iran or SDN-related activity. Collectively, these disclosures highlight several issues confronting this new reporting requirement. More importantly, these disclosures make it clear...

  • International News: Focus On Alcohol Beverages - July 14, 2011

    In This Issue: FEATURES: Increased Antitrust Scrutiny of Non-Reportable or Closed Transactions; Minimising Exposure: Understanding the Risk of Bribery in China; and Are Our Tax Systems Fit for Purpose? FOCUS ON ALCOHOL BEVERAGES: The Future of Alcohol Beverage Distribution in the United States; Enforcement of...

  • MAINBRACE: April 2019

    Note from the Editor - Spring seems to be upon us, at last. Perhaps we have no right to complain about the weather, but that has never stopped us! It seems like our New York, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia offices spend the winter months coveting our Houston office’s weather, and our Houston office in turn spends the summer being envious of their fellow East Coast colleagues....

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    ...: Hackett Publishing Company, 2002. Pp. v + 194. $34.95 (cloth); ...15. Bures-sur-Yvette: Groupe pour l'Etude de la Civilisation du ... The Diaspora Communities of Shanghai. Stanford: Stanford Univ. Press, ...Beyond Great Walls: Environment, Identity, and Development on the ...

  • 2014 Proskauer Hedge Funds and Other Private Funds Annual Review

    This year we saw a flurry of regulatory activity targeting investment advisers and hedge funds, private equity funds and other private funds (collectively, private funds). The following annual review is a summary of some of the significant changes and developments that occurred in the past year and certain recommended practices that investment advisers to private funds should consider when...

  • Air Transportation in 41 Jurisdictions Worldwide 2012 - United States

    General 1) Which bodies regulate aviation in your country, under what basic laws? Aviation in the US is regulated primarily by the US Department of Transportation (DoT) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) pursuant to title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations(FARs), 49 USC (Transportation Code), and the corresponding regulations. &

  • FCPA Digest 2019 – Recent Trends and Patterns in the Enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

    The January 2019 FCPA Digest is an invaluable compendium of all FCPA-related developments in 2018, including US foreign bribery proceedings and criminal prosecutions, DOJ foreign bribery civil actions, SEC actions, DOJ opinion releases, ongoing FCPA investigations, pre-FCPA prosecutions, and parallel litigation related to the FCPA. Please see full Newsletter below for more information.

  • FCPA Digest - January 2016

    The FCPA Digest provides and an invaluable compendium of all Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement actions and private actions including US foreign bribery proceedings including criminal prosecutions, DOJ foreign bribery civil actions, SEC actions, DOJ opinion releases, ongoing FCPA investigations, pre-FCPA prosecutions, and parallel litigation related to the FCPA.

  • US China Trade War-Developments In Trade, Trade Adjustment Assistance, Customs, IP/337, Antitrust And Securities

    There have been major developments in the trade, trade adjustment assistance, Trade Agreements, Customs, 337/IP, US/Chinese antitrust, and securities areas. TRADE PROTECTIONISM INCLUDING UNFAIR TRADE CASES DO NOT WORK - The problem with trade protectionism, including “unfair” antidumping and countervailing duty cases, is they do not work. Antidumping...

    ... BECOMES DESTRUCTIONISM; IT COSTS JOBS” . . PRESIDENT RONALD ... of unions and advocacy groups called on U.S. Trade Representative ... “pollute the environment, lie to consumers, act arrogantly ... and semiconductor firms in Shanghai. . . ARTICLES BY CHINESE ...

  • FCPA Digest - January 2018

    Shearman & Sterling’s bi-annual Trends & Patterns in FCPA Enforcement report provides insightful analysis of recent enforcement trends and patterns in the US, the UK and elsewhere, as well as helpful guidance on emerging best practices in FCPA and global anti-corruption compliance programs. Please see full Newsletter below for more information.

  • 2016 Patent Litigation Year in Review

    Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati is pleased to present its 2016 Patent Litigation Year in Review. WSGR’s patent litigation practice is nationwide in scope and has received national recognition in recent years, with our attorneys litigating patent disputes throughout the United States and before administrative tribunals such as the International Trade Commission (ITC) and the Patent Trial and...

  • Corporate Finance Alert: Earnings Guidance

    Public companies are not required by any law, rule or regulation of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or any stock exchange to issue earnings guidance. However, investors and analysts often expect to receive earnings guidance, especially for companies in certain industries. Should a company give earnings guidance? If so, how often should it do so? When, if ever, should it update...

  • International Products Law Review 2020: Issue 76

    We are excited to bring you issue 76 of our International Products Law Review with insights and updates on all aspects of products law. In this issue, we explore what businesses need to consider when making climate-related policies, a report on the recent decision by the CJEU on cookie policies and transparency notices, developments in litigation funding in the U.S., and much more. ...

  • Business Litigation Report - December 2019

    The Rise of Disputes Under Production Sharing Agreements - With growing political and economic instability in many parts of the world, a number of long-term investors have been bringing their operations to a close and withdrawing from troubled States. Simultaneously, many of the original Production Sharing Agreements (under which those investments had taken place) are reaching the end...

  • Key Metrics for Technology and Life Sciences Initial Public Offerings - 2018 Full Year

    Survey Results - Life Sciences and Tech IPOs Continued Hot Streak in Second Half - The life sciences and technology IPO markets continued their strong performance in the second half of 2018, notwithstanding significant market volatility, a sharp decline in the stock market and a looming federal government shutdown at the end of the year. The year started slowly...

  • US CHINA TRADE WAR - March 2014

    There have been major developments in the trade, Solar Cells, TTP, TPA, Chinese Antidumping, patents, US/Chinese antitrust, and securities areas. As indicated in past newsletters, the nonmarket economy status of China means that the Commerce Department does not use actual prices and costs in China to determine dumping rates for Chinese companies. In addition, Chinese companies must submit...

    ... BECOMES DESTRUCTIONISM; IT COSTS JOBS” . . PRESIDENT RONALD ... CONTINUE AS CONGRESSIONAL GROUPS PUSH TPA THROUGH CONGRESS . . As ... protect our workers and environment and to open markets to new goods ... of Sina Corporation in Shanghai, China based on inside ...

  • Chapter III. General review of the legal activities of the United Nations and related intergovernmental organizations

    A. General review of the legal activities of the United Nations 1. Disarmament and related matters 63 2. Other political and security questions 71 3. Environmental, economic, social, humanitarian and cultural questions 73 4. Law of the Sea 86 5. International Court of Justice 87 6. International Law Commission 97 7. United Nations Commission on International Trade 98 8. Legal questions...

    ... RELATED MATTERS (a) Comprehensive approaches to disarmament. (i) ... by all States in all environments for all time was a matter of ... re-established its Working Group on the item, which concentrated on ... Health Legislation, held in Shanghai in April 1988; a group of Chinese ...