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    1. London Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson (London) LLP

      99 City Road, London EC1Y 1AX, England T 44 20 7972 9600 F 44 20 7972 9602
  2. France

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  3. Germany

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  5. USA

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  1. Employment law: the German Minimum Wage Act

    Germany - August 28 2014

    Germany will introduce a nationwide, sector-independent, indispensable minimum wage. The minimum wage will be set at EUR 8.50 gross per hour

  2. A two-minute nutshell on the UK’s proposed “Google Tax” the “diverted profits tax” or “DPT”

    United Kingdom - January 9 2015

    The UK is proposing to introduce a unilateral, non-OECD co-ordinated anti-BEPS provision, referred to in the media as the "Google Tax", with effect

  3. Key Delaware trend in 2014: increasing deference to directors’ decisionsbut far from “anything goes”

    USA - January 15 2015

    A foundational premise of Delaware jurisprudence has been the courts’ deference to decisions made by independent and disinterested directors

  4. Russian focused sanctions: contracts, force majeure and frustration under English law

    European Union, Russia, United Kingdom, USA - May 22 2014

    Since March 2014, the US and the EU have imposed a series of sanctions against predominantly Russian individuals and some corporate entities

  5. First foreign direct investment surveys due by January 12, 2015; survey covers U.S. investments by foreign companies and asset managers

    USA - January 9 2015

    As we previously reported, the U.S. Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) has reinstated the foreign direct investment survey. The

  1. FTC revises thresholds for HSR filings and interlocking directorates

    USA - January 21 2015

    The FTC has announced new notification thresholds under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976, as amended (“HSR Act” or the “Act”

  2. U.S. eases Cuba sanctions; modestly expands opportunities for travel and trade

    Cuba, USA - January 20 2015

    On January 16, 2015, the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security

  3. Key Delaware trend in 2014: increasing deference to directors’ decisionsbut far from “anything goes”

    USA - January 15 2015

    A foundational premise of Delaware jurisprudence has been the courts’ deference to decisions made by independent and disinterested directors

  4. Supreme Court justices express skepticism at relator and government attempts to apply the Wartime Suspension of Limitations Act to civil cases

    USA - January 14 2015

    At oral argument in Kellogg Brown & Root Servs., Inc. v. United States ex rel. Carter, No. 12-1497 (U.S. argued Jan. 13, 2015) ("Carter"), several

  5. Practice points for a single bidder sale process

    USA - January 12 2015

    Recent Delaware decisions have emphatically confirmed a trend of increased judicial deference to sale process decisions made by directors without a