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Jones Day | USA, United Kingdom, China | 10 Dec 2012

Choosing between New York and English law in Chinese aviation agreements

As China's population continues to surge and its foreign currency reserves swell, the aviation industry in China is expanding at an astonishing rate.

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King & Spalding LLP | USA, United Kingdom | 1 Feb 2012

Choice of law in international contracts: an English law primer

With the increasing globalization of business, companies are regularly faced with choosing governing law for cross-border construction contracts.

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Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP | USA | 30 Aug 2011

Top restrictive covenant agreement considerations for employers

There are numerous important considerations companies should focus on to create an enforceable array of protections of their competitive advantage, not only contractually but also under state and federal common and statutory law.

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Fisher Phillips | USA | 29 Sep 2010

Top ten things to consider when drafting a non-compete agreement

Previously, we have written about the Top Ten Things to do When an Employee Resigns to Join a Competitor and the Top Ten Mistakes Made by Departing Employees.

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Seyfarth Shaw LLP | USA | 28 Oct 2009

California labor and employment legislation

Below is a review of the relevant labor and employment-related bills from the 2009 Regular and Extraordinary Sessions that the Governor signed into law, or that stalled or died in the Legislature.

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Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP | USA | 12 May 2009

San Antonio Fire & Police Pension Fund v. Amylin Pharms., Inc., et. al.

In this case, the Court of Chancery interpreted so-called “poison put” provisions in an indenture, holding that for purposes of the indenture’s continuing director provision, a corporate board of directors was permitted to “approve” as continuing directors persons nominated by dissident stockholders (so as to prevent triggering a default under the indenture), even though the board was at the same time opposing the election of the dissident slates in its communications with stockholders.

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Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 30 Jan 2009

Common sense dispute resolution

This article sets out some simple steps businesspeople can take to both prevent disputes arising and improve the chances of satisfactorily resolving them if they do arise.

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