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The Euro crisis: impacts on cross-border contracts

European Union - June 14 2012 The eventual departure of one or more countries from the Eurozone, and reversion to national currency(ies) is no longer unlikely....

Jonathan Wohl, Pierre Brochet, Dr. Oliver Lieth.

Morrison v National Australia Bank and its progeny: US capital markets become safer and more hospitable for non-US corporates

USA - May 29 2012 Morrison v National Australia Bank, 130 S. Ct. 2869 (2010), a US Supreme Court decision from June 2010, and more recent rulings interpreting and applying this decision in a variety of contexts, have limited dramatically the potential liability of non-US companies and their officers and directors pursuant to the basic anti-fraud provisions under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the Exchange Act), Section 10(b) and Rule 10b-5 (the US anti-fraud provisions)....

OTCQX International: attractive US trading platform for non-us blue chip companies

USA - October 11 2011 OTCQX International has emerged as the pre-eminent over-the-counter (OTC) securities marketplace for blue chip non-US companies trading in the United States....