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UK Corporate Director Disqualified For Breach Of Competition Law
For the first time since the sanction was introduced in 2003, the UK's CMA has secured the disqualification of the director of a company found to have breached competition law.
UK
7 Dec 2016
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ジョーンズ・デイ・コメンタリー:サウジアラビア王国における新会社
サウジアラビア王国において2016年5月2日、新会社法が施行されました。同改正法は会社が維持すべき法定準備金の減額などを内容としていま
Saudi Arabia
28 Sep 2016
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メキシコが単独株主による会社設立を可能とする会社制度を導入
2016年3月14日、メキシコで、単独の株主により設立できる簡易株式会社((Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada (SAS))に関する法令が公布されました。同年9月15日からいわゆる一人
Mexico
8 Apr 2016
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The Investigative Authority Of The New York Attorney General Is Not Without Its Limits
Much press ink has been spilled announcing yet another investigation or enforcement action by the New York Attorney General.
United States
5 Feb 2016
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是民主刚果的公司与非洲商法协调组织的公司法接轨时候了
民主刚果加入这一组织意味着其现有的商业法律将有重大调整,即其将大体上遵循协调组织"统一法案"的相应规定。
Congo
20 Jan 2016
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サウジアラビア、新会社法公布
サウジアラビア政府は、同国の会社法の全面改正を公表しました。
Saudi Arabia
2 Dec 2015
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Japan Legal Update - Vol. 7 | September 2015
平成27 年7 月30 日、経済産業省は、「外国公務員贈 賄防止指針」(以下「本指針」といいます。)
Japan
1 Oct 2015
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Democratic Republic Of Congo: Now Is The Time To Make DRC Companies Compliant With OHADA Corporate Law
The Democratic Republic of Congo joined the Organization for the Harmonization of Business Law in Africa on September 13, 2012.
Congo
16 Apr 2014
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Revised Uniform Act Brings Major Innovations For Sub-Saharan OHADA Member States
The Organization for Harmonization of Business Law in Africa adopted a revised Uniform Act on Commercial Companies and Economic Interest Groups.
Worldwide
31 Mar 2014
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PCAOB Proposes Important Changes To Audit Reports
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board recently proposed new auditing standards that, if adopted, would substantially expand the content of audit reports.
United States
12 Sep 2013
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A New Companies Law For The United Arab Emirates: A Step Closer
The United Arab Emirates is in the midst of a set of legal reforms that are intended to greatly strengthen the legal and regulatory landscape of doing business in the country.
United Arab Emirates
25 Jun 2013
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U.K. Insurance Law Changes May Give Risk Managers More Power
English law continues its apparent move toward a more even handed approach to coverage issues with proposals for commercial lines business.
United States
22 Oct 2012
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Hertz Corp. v. Friend: The Supreme Court Endorses The "Nerve Center" Test For Corporate Citizenship
Few legal questions are more fundamental than a court's ability to hear a case.
United States
24 Mar 2010
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SEC Maintains Status Quo In Shareholder Access
On November 28, 2007, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") approved, in a split vote, an amendment to Rule 14a-8(i)(8) of the proxy rules to codify the Staff's interpretation of the rule and maintain the status quo with regard to shareholder access to a company's proxy statement with respect to director elections and nominations.
United States
11 Dec 2007
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SEC Staff Observations On Executive Compensation Disclosure
On October 9, 2007, the SEC Staff released its long-awaited report presenting its observations from the Staff's ongoing review of disclosures under the SEC's enhanced executive compensation rules.
United States
17 Oct 2007
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Further Restrictions for Foreign Investors in China´s Real Estate Market
On July 10, 2007, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange ("SAFE") of the People's Republic of China ("PRC" or "China") issued an internal document entitled "Circular of the General Affairs Department of SAFE on the Distribution of the List of the First Group of Foreign Invested Real Estate Projects which has Filed with the Ministry of Commerce" (Hui Zong Fa [2007] No. 130) ("Circular 130").
China
23 Jul 2007
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KSR v. Teleflex: The Supreme Court Rules that a Broader, More Flexible Standard For Obviousness Is Consistent With Section 103 And Supreme Court Precedent
In a decision certain to have wide-ranging effects on the patent system in the United States, the Supreme Court ruled in a 9-0 decision on Monday, April 30, 2007, that the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit had wrongly addressed the obviousness question in a too-narrow, too-rigid manner, inconsistent with Section 103 of the Patent Act and Supreme Court precedent.
United States
9 May 2007
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Ordinary Eligibility Requirements Inapplicable to Foreign Representative Seeking Ancillary Relief
The proliferation of global commerce means that many companies’ assets and creditors can now be found all over the globe.
United States
8 Feb 2005
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The Art of Construction Project Management in China
Until December 1, 2004, project management services in China were largely unregulated. That is not to say that they were not being performed effectively and efficiently, but rather that the Ministry of Construction ("MOC") did not take an active interest in these services.
China
2 Feb 2005
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An Overview Of Transatlantic Cooperation In Competition: Gaps And Bridges
Antitrust enforcement agencies in the United States and the European Union enjoy the strongest bilateral relationship in the competition law arena today.
United States
27 Oct 2004
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