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By Louise-Astrid Aberg, Lisa A. Peterson, Gregory Heltzer
On September 14, 2017, Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), introduced new legislation to curtail market concentration and enhance antitrust scrutiny of mergers and acquisitions.
By Jenny Wang, Junda (David) Dai
Hospitals in China differ greatly from those in the west with respect to their relationships with physicians and patients; but they also share some of the same legal challenges faced by western hospitals.
By Marc Sorini
The US District Court for the Northern District of California's recent opinion in Broomfield v. Craft Brew Alliance, Inc., No. 17-cv-01027-BLF represents the latest decision in the now long-line of false advertising...
By Dale Van Demark
Although the incorporation of technology into human endeavours—commercial, political and personal—is a normal component of technological innovation
By Hamid Yunis
Governments and their health care systems or operators are increasingly looking for improved, economically viable and more robust delivery of health care services.
By Daniel Foster, Jodi Benassi
The prevailing cross-border system for dispute resolution —international arbitration— is often more predictable and less expensive than litigation. Enforcing a foreign award can, however, be arduous...
By Stephen Kranz, Mark Yopp, Eric Carstens
The South Dakota litigation remains at the front of the pack of a host of state court cases challenging similar state economic nexus laws across the United States.
By Mary Kay McCalla Martire, Nick Furtwengler
The Illinois Department of Revenue (Department) has issued a proposed new administrative rule addressing the nexus implications for out-of-state retailers attending trade shows in Illinois.
By Lisa A. Peterson
On Monday, September 11, Tri-Union Seafoods LLC, the US subsidiary of Thai Union Group, announced it blew the whistle on competitors in the US Department of Justice's (DOJ) investigation...
By Jeffrey M. Holdvogt, Maggie McTigue
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Department of Labor (DOL) conduct different types of benefit plan audits, such as retirement plans and health and welfare plans, and for various reasons.
By Thomas Conaghan, Lionel Lesur, Lindsey Reighard, Louis Leroy
Loyalty share programmes, or programmes that encourage shareholders to hold their shares for longer periods of time, have been gaining traction in Europe, but for a number of reasons...
By Michael G. Morgan, Joseph B. Evans
The government is continuing to ask for more help from the private sector to defend against cyber attacks.
By Michael G. Morgan, Antonina Nijran, Ashley Winton
On 6 August 2017, the UK government released ‘The Key Principles of Vehicle Cyber Security for Connected and Automated Vehicles', guidance aimed at ensuring minimum cybersecurity protections for consumers ...
By Mary Strimel
Businesses and individuals in Texas, Florida, the Southeast, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are preparing for a massive recovery and reconstruction effort in the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
By Jacob A. Kuipers, Junda (David) Dai
More than half of the G20 countries voted-in campaigns that focused on harming foreign, outside interests as a means to strengthen domestic ones. Nationalism is in. Globalisation is out.
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