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By Alison Nadel
The rights of transgender individuals have become a more prominent civil rights issue in recent years, and employers should be aware of how laws in this area impact their employment policies...
By Ashley McMahon, Gregory Heltzer
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) gave a speech at the Open Markets Institute on December 6 entitled "Three Ways to Remake the American Economy for All", ...
By Lisa M. Richman, Jacob A. Kuipers
They argue that bilateral treaties provide a better opportunity to extract more gains in the zero-sum game of treaty negotiation.
By Joel Grosberg, Louise-Astrid Aberg
The new head of the DOJ Antitrust Division started at the beginning of October.
By Lisa M. Richman
The cancellation of US involvement in the TPP, and its potential withdrawal from NAFTA have sparked considerable anxiety over the loss of protections and opportunities both investment treaties afford.
By Stefan Meisner, Lisa A. Peterson, Mary Strimel, Paul M. Thompson
The case involved a rare trial involving criminal antitrust charges.
By Jacques Buhart, Lionel Lesur
French merger control applies if the turnovers of the parties to a transaction (usually the acquirer(s) including its (their) group(s) of companies, and the target) exceeded, in the last financial year, certain (cumulative) thresholds provided in Article L. 430-2, I of the French Commercial Code (the "Code"):
By Jacob Grierson, Thomas Grainer
Amidst all the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, the continuing relevance, power, and reliability of international arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism remains a very welcome example of stability.
By Sharon Lamb
There is no dedicated and standalone focus on health in the Brexit negotiations. The final position will be affected by multiple negotiation streams, so businesses must prepare for a wide range of outcomes.
By Alicia Videon, Emma Jolley
The UK financial sector thrives on confidence, underpinned by a well-developed and respected legal system. Brexit has knocked global confidence in the UK market, but businesses can still rely on the predictability of the English law system.
By Alan Nesburg, PC, Stephen Pavlick, PC, Sarah Engle
On Saturday, the Senate passed its version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The process of reconciling the House and Senate versions of the bill has already begun in earnest.
By Ashley Winton, Paul McGrath
One of the less publicised but nonetheless important aspects of Brexit is whether or not UK companies will be able to maintain a free flow of personal data between the United Kingdom and the European Union.
By Heather Cooper, Martha Pugh, Philip Tingle, Madeline Chiampou Tully, Bradford LaBonte
On December 2, 2017, the Senate approved its version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
By Ralph DeJong, Robert Louthian III, Erika Mayshar, Mary Samsa
The Senate's final tax reform bill contains several troubling provisions for tax-exempt organizations but represents an improvement over last month's proposed legislation, which caused concern across the nonprofit sector.
By Melanie Hallas
Pursuant to three separate Asset Purchase Agreements, dated August 4, 2017, ACT would acquire ownership or operation of all Jet-Pep, Inc. retail fuel outlets.
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