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Closing the deal: practical insights in closing multi-jurisdiction cross-border acquisitions

USA - July 16 2012 Closing a multi-jurisdictional cross-border transaction requires extensive planning, anticipation of key foreign law issues and significant organization

PERM applications: longer processing times and continued scrutiny by Department of Labor

USA - August 21 2013 Applications for Permanent Labor Certification (PERM) continue to face intense scrutiny, increased audits and denials by the Department of Labor

DOL clarifies QDIA notice requirements

USA - May 5 2008 More than four months after the Department of Labor's qualified default investment alternative regulations became effective, the Department last week issued much needed guidance clarifying the rule's application in a number of contexts

Clawback clause was enforceable

United Kingdom, USA - November 27 2013 In Cleeve Link Ltd v Bryla UKEAT044012, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered whether a clawback clause entitling an employer to deduct

Draft Interpretation on Several Issues Concerning the Application of Law in the Trial of Labor Disputes (IV)

China - October 15 2012 In an ongoing effort to provide guidance to Chinese courts on the handling of labor-related cases, the Supreme People's Court (SPC) issued the Draft Interpretation on Several Issues Concerning the Application of Law in the Trial of Labor Disputes (IV) (Draft Labor Disputes Interpretation IV) on June 27, 2012, for public comment

Akamai v. Limelight: what's at stake with the impending Supreme Court decision

USA - May 8 2014 The Federal Circuit's 2012 decision in Akamai v. Limelight expanded the reach of induced infringement and enabled patent holders (including

Certain H-4 spouses to obtain work authorization; proposals announced by DHS

USA - May 8 2014 On May 6, 2014, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that two proposals will soon be published in the Federal Register pursuant to the

Navigating class action waiver law - current trends and a cautionary tale

USA - May 7 2014 Cases involving arbitration agreements with class action waivers have been in the headlines a lot lately. For employers, the underlying issue in

Physician who defrauded auto insurer isn’t entitled to arbitration

USA - May 7 2014 Over a four-year period Dr. Mun billed Allstate $500,000 for supposed "electrodiagnostic testing" of auto accident victims. Allstate paid the claims

Illinois legislature may restrict arbitration as option for resolving condo association-developer disputes

USA - May 5 2014 Commonly used, cost-effective measures for resolving disputes between Illinois condominium developers and association boards may soon be declared