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The Corporations Amendment (Publish What You Pay) Bill 2014 (Cth) (Bill) is currently before the Senate.
The main concern for any foreign investor is security of tenure for its investment.
The Second Circuit has reversed convictions for insider trading and conspiracy to commit insider trading in an appeal following a six-week jury trial.
Mining company Glencore recently reacted to a depressed coal price by announcing a three-week shutdown during which employees would be asked to take annual leave.
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On 7 December the final report was issued by Australia’s Financial System Inquiry. This briefing is a summary of the key points relevant to innovation.
A recent judgment has shed some light on the approach the English courts take when considering the issue of summary procedures in international arbitration.
What do London, Paris, New York and Tortola have in common? If the ambitions of the British Virgin Islands come to fruition, they are four of the most popular seats for international arbitration.
Two recent decisions have clarified the heightened burden facing employers addressing whistleblower retaliation claims under Section 806 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
The Hong Kong privacy commissioner for personal data (PCPD) announced last week that a former insurance agent has received a prison sentence in respect of offences under the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance.
A recent decision of the US District Court for the Southern District of New York highlights some of the complications involved with third-party funding in multijurisdictional disputes.
We summarise some of the main announcements including the diverted profits tax and BEPS.
Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence: more good news for the creative sector; product recalls and brand reputation download
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DLA Piper has released the 8 December 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
Lawsuits seeking compensation of damages caused to a company by its management are being filed with increasing frequency.
On 3 December 2014 the Resolution of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) came into effect, which prolonged the restrictions aimed at Ukraine’s foreign exchange market regulation.
This is the ninth quarterly report of Senator George J Mitchell on Penn State’s progress in implementing the requirements of the Athletics Integrity Agreement.
DLA Piper’s mining-focused lawyers offer practical and relevant advice that is grounded in commercial reality.
$185m punitive damages for pregnancy discrimination: what led to the largest single-plaintiff employment award?
Rosario Juarez worked at AutoZone but now can buy one per cent of its total market capitalisation.
It is not uncommon for Hong Kong companies to overlook certain procedural requirements regarding the holding of AGMs and the tabling of audited accounts.