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California has a reputation for employment litigation: it is the state where everyone seems to feel obliged to sue their boss for something.
The overlap of Australia’s new transfer pricing laws with the thin capitalisation rules is causing challenges and likely duplication of analysis for taxpayers.
France’s Data Protection Authority has for the first time adopted truly sweeping changes to its Single Authorization No. 004 on Whistleblowing.
An important message to all tax planners: the European Commission’s directorate-general for competition has declared war on ‘fiscal optimisation’.
FINRA has issued a notice on a proposed new regulatory structure for firms that limit their activities to advising companies on capital raising and corporate restructuring.
Michelle Obama and the FDA have released regulations that would make significant changes to the nutrition information found on food and dietary supplement labels.
The US Internal Revenue Service has released its Transfer Pricing Audit Roadmap, a 26-page outline of the two-year transfer pricing audit process.
Spain’s Basque Country extends participation exemption regime to capital gains on transfer of shares in Spanish companies
Spain’s autonomous Basque Country region has extended its participation exemption regime to capital gains derived from the transfer of shares in Spanish companies...
A Brazilian newspaper has reported that the Internal Revenue Service is preparing regulations to require foreign web-based companies to invoice locally and pay local taxes.
Two years on from DLA Piper’s report The Trust Deficit: Views from the Boardroom, the firm returns to the theme and asks how companies can foster a culture of trust in a post-crash economy.
China’s merger review regulator has published criteria for a simplified merger review, the Interim Rules on Application Criteria of a Simplified Review.
House Ways and Means committee chairman Dave Camp has unveiled his tax reform proposal, which calls for the most fundamental reform of the tax code in 27 years.
A report commissioned by DLA Piper — The Trust Report: After the Crash — has found that an anti-business mood is hampering a sustainable recovery.
California GCI’s coming priority products list and the DTSC Strategic Plan — what do they mean for you?
The highly anticipated next step in California’s Green Chemistry Initiative (GCI) is the planned April 2014 release of the list of ‘priority products’.
This year’s Hospital and Leisure focuses on technology inter-operability issues within hotel franchising, as well as looking at the current economic environment.
The New York Court of Appeals, in K2 Investment Group, LLC v American Guarantee & Liability Insurance Company, has vacated its own prior decision.
DLA Piper’s 2014 European Acquisition Finance Debt Report has revealed that the market landscape is changing dramatically.
DLA Piper has released the 24 February 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
California’s Proposition 65, the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, finally has the attention of legislators and the governor’s office and is undergoing key changes.
The Second Circuit has broadened the SEC’s power to seek civil disgorgement of profits from insider trading violations, even where an individual did not personally profit.