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By Charles Comey, Sherry Yin, Hao Zhang
In response to the rapid decline in China's foreign exchange reserves in 2016, the PBOC, along with the NDRC and MOFCOM imposed tightened restrictions on outbound investments and capital outflow...
By Daniel E. Chudd, James Tucker
In our last post, we discussed a few procedural rules that can exclude an otherwise meritorious ground from protest.
By Hollis Hyans, Matthew Cammarata
During a single hearing in March 2016, a Cook County Circuit Judge dismissed over 200 False Claims Act ("FCA") suits brought by one qui tam relator in Illinois against out-of-state liquor retailers.
By Felix Helmstädter, Moritz Heuser
Germany ends its longtime liberal approach to foreign investments by increasing its intervention possibilities at the national level and by lobbying a stricter regime at the EU level.
By Damien C. Specht, James Tucker
The federal government sets aside many contracts for small businesses, but not all small business set-asides are created equal.
By Craig I. Celniker, Timothy Blakely, Sarah Thomas, Gary Zeng, Cheryl Zhu
On June 30, 2017, the Wuhan Intermediate People's Court (the "Wuhan Court") issued a decision recognizing and enforcing a civil money judgment issued by the Los Angeles Superior Court arising out of...
By Cynthia Akatugba
There is no question that procurement regulations give agencies significant discretion at every step of the procurement process, and protesters often have a hard row to hoe to overcome the agency's exercise of that discretion.
By David Lichtstein, Ze’-ev Eiger
On September 5, 2017, the U.S. House of Representatives approved H.R. 2864 (Improving Access to Capital Act) by a vote of 403-3.
By Anna Ferrari
The Third Circuit has recently taken steps to resolve inconsistent precedent regarding the standard for pleading hostile work environment harassment.
By Felix Helmstädter, Moritz Heuser
Germany ends its longtime liberal approach to foreign investments by increasing its intervention possibilities at the national level and by lobbying a stricter regime at the EU level.
By Ze’-ev Eiger
On August 25, 2016, the SEC's Division of Corporation Finance ("Corp Fin") updated its Financial Reporting Manual by making the following changes...
By Joshua Ashley Klayman
Twice in as many days, powerhouse jurisdictions in Asia have weighed in on token sales. China has halted them altogether, while Hong Kong has, in many ways, followed the path tread recently by the United States, Singapore and ...
By Lucía X. Roibal
On August 17, 2017, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals vacated a district court's denial of Uber's and Mr. Travis Kalanick's motions to compel arbitration in a case involving price-fixing accusations.
By J. Alex Ward, James Tucker, Lauren Horneffer
In a recent Protest Roundup, we discussed Dell Federal Systems, LP v. United States, 2017 WL 2981811 (Fed. Cl. July 3, 2017)...
By John Delaney, Aaron Rubin
A federal appeals court in Miami held that a judge needn't necessarily recuse herself from a case being argued by a lawyer with whom the judge is merely Facebook "friends."
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