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By David S. Cohen
Partner David Cohen, former deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency who also served as Under Secretary of the Treasury for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence, ...
By Bill Warren
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By Gary Born, Jonathan Lim, Dharshini Prasad
Singapore has continued to develop as a global centre for international arbitration and dispute resolution in recent years, competing with older centres such as London, Paris and Geneva.
By Leila Gaafar
Following the investigations into alleged manipulation of the London Interbank Offered Rate (Libor), in July the head of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Andrew Bailey, announced plans to abandon...
By H. David Gold, Raya Treiser, Sarah Judkins
Last week, the Deputy Secretary of Interior, David Bernhardt, issued a memo directing the Department's bureaus to streamline environmental impact statements (EISs) prepared pursuant to NEPA.
By Dr. Daniel Costelloe
The book, authored by Daniel Costelloe and published by Cambridge University Press, explores peremptory norms' legal effects across general international law, including their effects for treaties, UN Security Council resolutions, certain unilateral acts on the part of states, state responsibility and the responsibility of international organizations, and state immunity.
By WilmerHale
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By James Carter, Duncan Speller, William F. Lee, Stratos Pahis
The Law Reviews has published the eighth edition of The International Arbitration Review, with Senior Counsel James Carter serving as editor and author of the preface, as well as co-author of the United States chapter, along with Counsels Sabrina Lee and Stratos Pahis.
By Alejandro Mayorkas
Partner Alejandro Mayorkas shares his reaction with PBS NewsHour about the Trump Administration's move to rescind the DACA program.
By Lester Ross, Kenneth Zhou
China's State Council on August 4, 2017, promulgated the Guiding Opinions on Further Guiding and Regulating Overseas Investment (Opinions).
By WilmerHale
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By Steven Finizio
In September 2016, a number of changes to Russia's arbitration laws came into effect, with the intent of bolstering the use of arbitration in Russia; undertaken through a new law on domestic arbitration as well as amendments to the law on international arbitration, the Codes of Civil and Commercial Procedure, and to other Russian legislation.
By Laura Schneider, Janice E. DuFresne, SPHR, CCP
The EEOC has announced a stay in the much-anticipated pay data reporting that was to be part of the new EEO-1 Report due by March 31, 2018 (previous reporting due by September 30 each year).
By Mark Ford, Peter Spaeth, Holly Ovington
On August 28, 2017, in King Drug Company of Florence, Inc., et al. v. Cephalon, Inc., et al., the Eastern District of Pennsylvania denied class certification for direct purchasers asserting Hatch-Waxman reverse-payment antitrust claims because the 24-25 putative class members did not satisfy the numerosity requirement.
By Andrew L. Spielman, Raya Treiser, Sarah Judkins
Last week, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued an opinion in Sierra Club v. FERC, No. 16-1329 (D.C. Cir. Aug. 22, 2017), concluding that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), when analyzing the environmental effects of an interstate natural gas pipeline under the National Environmental Policy Act
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