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The ITC has reaffirmed its power to ban electronic transmissions from the US where those transmissions infringe an intellectual property right or are otherwise based on an unfair trade practice.
President Obama has signed an executive order authorising additional sanctions against persons the US has deemed to be contributing to the ongoing situation in Ukraine.
With the World Cup only three months away, employers need to consider the impact that a four-week international football event may have on the workplace.
Practically every aspect of financial law is regulated and controlled to the highest degree. Not so state insolvency.
The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of a sovereign state restructuring on credit default swaps.
The pari passu clause typically provides that the bond debt will rank pari passu with other debt or, in the case of sovereigns, other external debt.
Shadow banking is an incredibly complex and complicated subject that regulators themselves still do not know how to tackle.
Barack Obama has signed an executive order authorising targeted sanctions against persons determined to be contributing to the ongoing situation in Ukraine.
Federal Circuit affirms practice of reviewing trial judges’ patent claim interpretation rulings anew
The Federal Circuit has affirmed its practice of reviewing trial court claim construction rulings de novo, as a question of law.
The Federal Reserve has issued a final rule that will fundamentally change the way in which non-US banks are regulated and supervised in the US.
While much has been written about the Volcker Rule’s restrictions on banking entities, less attention has been paid to its impact on asset managers who are not banking entities subject to the rule.
There has been an increase in the number of investment treaty arbitrations brought by investors seeking to enforce their rights against states.
The Second Circuit has reversed the bankruptcy court that had granted recognition under chapter 15 to an Australian company that had not introduced any evidence of assets or operations in the US.
As the aftermath of the global financial crisis continues to unfold, financial markets regulators have been criticised for missed opportunities to charge senior executives.
Last year was packed with national and international pensions developments. It can be difficult for corporate multinationals to keep track of shifting landscapes.
The final Volcker Rule has relaxed the proposed restrictions on the ability of a non-US bank to engage in transactions with certain investment vehicles.
On 20 December 2013, the CFTC issued a series of comparability determinations for certain swap dealer and major swap participant business conduct requirements.
Prioritisation and globalisation drive higher fine totals from fewer investigations.
All companies that import such products (even not named in the ITC complaint) face potential risk of Customs seizure.
US federal regulators have voted to approve the final Volcker Rule, which imposes restrictions on banking entities’ ability to engage in proprietary trading.