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DLA Piper’s May/June 2014 edition of its Tax Newsletter provides a review of People’s Republic of China and Hong Kong tax developments.
Health Alert — Ladhams v Medical Board of Australia; Chaudhry v Medical Board of Australia; and more
DLA Piper has released the 21 July 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
The same day he took the reins as chief judge for the District of Delaware, Judge Leonard P Stark substantially overhauled his patent practices.
The purpose of this bulletin is to highlight the fact that certain real burdens will be automatically extinguished on 28 November 2014.
As foreshadowed by the coalition government earlier this year, penalties for breach of the Franchising Code of Conduct are to be introduced.
DLA Piper outlines the income tax, goods and services tax, fuel tax and other implications that will stem from the repeal of the carbon tax.
Antitrust and competition enforcement is changing fast: our report for multinationals from three global conferences
The world of antitrust/competition enforcement is changing more rapidly than ever. This evolving environment presents new challenges for companies.
Australia offers a platform that allows new foreign investors to embrace the globalisation of real-estate capital with confidence.
DLA Piper has released the July 2014 issue of its Antitrust Matters publication.
This issue includes international updates, as well as contributions from Europe, Austria, Belgium, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, the UK and the US.
Lee Alexander and Philip Angeli look at the key points in a proposed Department of Energy rule change.
Major changes ahead as Congress takes on the highway trust fund crisis — and looks to comprehensive tax reform
Over the next two weeks, major decisions will be made affecting the legislative tax agenda for the rest of this session of Congress and, in the case of tax reform, for 2015.
Procurement Pulse — in-house award to non-profit organisation; challenging a procurement process; and more download
DLA Piper has released its Procurement Pulse publication for June 2014.
Health Alert — Angelos v Minister for Health; Wilson v Western Health; Brunswick Family Dental Pty Ltd v Dr Enegd; and more
DLA Piper has released the 14 July 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
DLA Piper has released the latest version (Volume 3, No.13) of The Financial Report, featuring news and analysis from across the financial sector.
Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence — further restriction and rationalisation of Belgium’s gaming industry; and more
Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence is the global monthly publication from DLA Piper’s sports, media and entertainment group.
Investment in US real estate by non-US investors is increasing.
Last December, bitcoin prices plummeted by nearly half, after Chinese authorities banned all financial institutions in China from engaging in bitcoin-related business.
The Ministry of Revenues and Levies of Ukraine has issued Order #368 ‘On amendment of generalised tax consultation on transfer pricing related issues, adopted by Order #699’.
While the use of Bitcoin may not presently be widely accepted like cash or electronic funds transfers, it is undeniable that the market opportunities for Bitcoin are rapidly increasing.
DLA Piper has released the 7 July 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
The PBR Task Force held a conference call to discuss comments to the modified recommendations to the report issued by Rector & Associates regarding reserve financing transactions.
Japan’s prime minister Shinzo Abe is considering reducing the corporate income tax rate to a ‘competitive rate in the global market’ in the near future.
If your organisation has 100 or more employees, unless it is a public sector employer, it will have annual gender reporting obligations to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.
Global Insight is a digital publication bringing you news, views and analysis from DLA Piper’s global restructuring group.
Food and Beverage News and Trends — 27 June 2014: FDA clarifies its stance on cheese making; and more
This regular publication by DLA Piper lawyers focuses on helping clients navigate the ever-changing business, legal and regulatory landscape.
Health Alert — Wong v Sklavo; O'Connell v Barnett; Continence Aids Payment Scheme Variation 2014; and more
DLA Piper has released the 30 June 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
Aereo infringes broadcasters’ copyrights, US Supreme Court rules — coming impact for streaming and cloud services?
The Supreme Court has held that Aereo infringes broadcasters’ copyrights in on-air programming when it transmits the programmes to its internet subscribers.
Finding a solution to the crisis is both a high economic and political priority, especially with congressional elections just four-and-a-half months away.
Corporate governance update: handling of confidential information — briefings and unannounced corporate transactions
In this corporate governance update, DLA Piper sets out some of the key findings and recommendations as they relate to listed companies.
Ute Krudewagen presents 10 important pitfalls to be aware of as you develop your global employment documentation.
Supreme Court Corner — Q2 2014: Octane Fitness v Icon Health & Fitness; Limelight Networks v Akamai Techs; and more
This briefing from DLA Piper presents key intellectual property and technology cases before the US Supreme Court.
The Australian privacy commissioner has found that Cupid Media failed to take reasonable steps to secure personal information held on its websites.
Since the enactment of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, calls have arisen in certain quarters for even more reform.
Supreme Court rejects premise for GHG Tailoring Rule, but largely maintains EPA’s authority to set GHG emission limits
The court’s decision upholds the EPA’s regulation of roughly 83 percent of stationary-source GHG emissions under its permitting programme.
Three key cases in one day address the future contours of arbitration clauses in California: action steps for employers
The California Supreme Court has clarified the permissible scope of class action waivers in arbitration clauses in California.
The ECJ has ruled that search engines need to remove the link between search results and a web page if it contains information an individual deems should be ‘forgotten’.
Leveraging the power of celebrity to shape consumer perception in a brand’s favour has always required a careful balancing act.
The notion that the two-year limitation period provided by the Montreal Convention 1999 could be applicable to claims brought pursuant to EC Regulation 261/2004 by default has been ruled out.
The annual summer time working hours restrictions will soon be implemented in the UAE, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Global VAT Guide: Cross Border Supplies of Intangible Services, Rights and Digital Content — June 2014
As business grows more global, the challenge for in-house counsel and in-house VAT specialists is intensifying. This guide is intended to meet this challenge head on.
English Commercial Court: article 30 of ICC Rules creates binding obligation to pay allotted share of advance on costs
The English Commercial Court has clarified the nature of an allotted share of an advance of costs pursuant to article 30 of the ICC Rules 1998.
It seems that it could be all change at the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), with new arbitration rules anticipated to come into force later this summer.
Sweden proposes new system for corporate taxation: a redistribution of tax payments in the business sector
A Swedish government committee mandated to analyse the Swedish corporate tax system has proposed new corporate tax rules.
US Court of Appeals backtracks from application of §1782 discovery in international commercial arbitration
In a surprising reversal, the US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has vacated its ruling in Consorcio Ecuatoriano de Telecomunicaciones SA v JAS Forwarding.
DLA Piper has published the June 2014 edition of its Austrian Tax Newsletter.
A law has introduced a requirement for Russian citizens holding any other (i) citizenship or (ii) permanent residence permit in a foreign state to notify the Russian FMS.
The Delaware state senator responsible for introducing a proposed ban on fee-shifting bylaws has sponsored a resolution to delay any vote on the proposed ban until 2015.
Health Alert — Medical Board of Australia v Putha; a better start to life for indigenous children; and more
DLA Piper has released the 23 June 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
Big or small, it’s all hardball: merger enforcement actions below the HSR threshold — top 10 tips in non-reportable transactions
‘Less is more’ may be true in architecture, but in merger clearance law ‘less’ is still enough to trigger antitrust investigations and litigation and rescission of the whole transaction.