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Many non-U.S. companies which own U.S. subsidiaries prefer to operate in such a way as to avoid jurisdiction in the U.S. courts. In order to minimize the chances of becoming a defendant subject to jurisdiction in the U.S. courts, there are certain steps – a checklist of Do’s and Don’ts – that foreign parent companies can take.
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Ten years ago, separation of business and personal data was much easier, but the rise of handheld computers and Internet devices has forced companies to ease their restrictions on data flow. However, risks and problems still remain, and each business needs to sensibly design a Bring-Your-Own-Device-To-Work plan that reduces risk while meeting the needs of the company and its workers. Here are the top ten considerations when creating such a plan.
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