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The Global Mobility Minute - What is a PE?

Global - July 10 2017 David Ellis, a Partner in Baker McKenzie’s Chicago office, explains what a PE is and what it means for global companies sending employees on...


Landmark 7th Circuit Ruling Recognizes Sexual Orientation Claims Under Title VII and What It Means for Your Business

USA - April 10 2017 Last Tuesday, in Hively v. Ivy Tech Community College, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals (with jurisdiction over the courts in Illinois, Indiana...

J. Richard Hammett, Robert P. Lewis, Lisa S. Brogan, James P. Baker, Emily Paige Harbison, Jordan A. Faykus, Douglas Darch, Narendra Acharya, Joseph W. Deng.


US Supreme Court Will Decide Legality of Class Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements

USA - January 18 2017 On January 13, 2017, the US Supreme Court agreed to determine whether arbitration agreements that include class action waivers are legally enforceable...

J. Richard Hammett, Robert (Bob) J. Mignin, Lisa S. Brogan, Emily Paige Harbison, Andrew (Andy) Boling, Arthur Rooney, Jordan A. Faykus, Douglas Darch, Ryan H. Vann.


Expatriate Taxation, Part II: Not All U.S. Expats Can Exclude Their Foreign Earned Income

USA - January 9 2017 Since many Texas companies send employees on international assignment, they should be mindful that the U.S. federal income tax rules don’t apply to...


Expatriate Taxation - Don’t Be a Cowboy!

USA - August 22 2016 Texas companies that send their employees on international assignment shouldn't let their employees figure out their US federal income taxes by...