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By Miriam Gonzalez
The UK Government's approach to the Brexit negotiations has involved a considerable amount of threats and complaints.
By Alec Burnside, Paul T. Denis, Rani A. Habash, Michael L Weiner
Significant U.S. antitrust merger investigations resolved in 2017 took longer than ever recorded—an average of 10.8 months from announcement to agency action ...
By Christopher S. Ruhland, Michael A. Fisher
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit lamented 30 years ago that "the habit of charging inequitable conduct in almost every major patent case ...
By Michael L Weiner
The primary aim of antitrust enforcement in the United States since the 1980s has been the maximization of consumer welfare.
By Hope S. Freiwald, Erik Snapp, Mary H. Kim
Digital health technology encompasses a variety of innovative healthcare tools including clinical decision support (CDS) and patient decision support (PDS) technology.
By Chris P. Sioufi, Rodolphe R.A. Pellerin, Chris Walters, Hannah K. Rashid
The UAE was established on 2 December 1971 and is comprised of a federation of seven Emirates namely, Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain ...
By Gus Black, Mark Browne, Christopher Gardner, Jeff Mackey, Declan O’Sullivan, Lindsay Trapp
The Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) permits the establishment of loan originating Qualifying Investor AIFs (L-QIAIFs) subject to its AIF Rulebook.
By Geneva Campbell Brown
One of the most important skills for young lawyers to master is maximizing productivity.
By Markus J. Friedl
In July 2017, the German government amended the German Foreign Trade and Payments Ordinance (Außenwirtschaftsverordnung or AWV), with a view to tightening its foreign investment regime ...
By Mark Mangan
Co-written by Dechert partner, Mark Mangan (with the assistance of Dechert's Singapore arbitration team), and published by Oxford University Press, the second edition of A Guide to the SIAC Arbitration Rules ...
By David Kistenbroker, Joni S. Jacobsen, Angela M. Liu
2017 was a record year for class action securities litigation, and life sciences companies continued to be popular targets of such lawsuits.
By Richard D. Jones
Wells Fargo & Company, the largest commercial real estate lender in the United States, began to eye the property market in the United Kingdom.
By William Lawlor
Founded in 1892 by the inventor of bottle cap, Crown Holdings is one of the world's leading suppliers of metal packaging for foods, beverages and household and industrial products, with revenues of US$8.5 billion in 2012.
By Kristopher D. Brown, Jonathan Schur, Dr. Karl Von Rumohr, Malcolm S. Dorris, Joshua A.O. Strathman
Zealand Pharma A/S ("Zealand") (Nasdaq Copenhagen: ZEAL) is a biotechnology company based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Zealand has leading expertise in the discovery, design and development of novel ...
By Lee D. Caney
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House is the oldest and largest provider of social, legal and educational services on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Each year, the non-profit helps thousands of low-income New Yorkers ...