In this quick overview, in-house counsel will learn about different regulations in the new trade agreement, USMCA (United States Mexico Canada Agreement).
In this template/checklist members of the health law industry can track developments in their acquisition project, using the best due diligence practices.
This 2019 report contains details on the evolving role of the CLO and what keeps CLOs up at night. Dive into data on reporting structure, what impacts business decision in companies around the world, and the staffing and budget predictions of more than 1,600 CLOs in 55 countries.
In this US-based policy template, employers can use this Reporting and Non-Retaliation document to encourage workforce members to express concerns and to report any known or suspected compliance violations.
In-house counsel are ideally placed within their organizations to lead and coordinate a risk management approach for business development and market entry. This brief overview examines risk assessment for in-house counsel working with firms based in the Middle East.
This multi-jurisdictional guide provides in-house corporate counsel with a comprehensive worldwide legal analysis of the laws and regulations of corporate tax. Divided into two section, this guide will offer insight into tax and state aid and tax in relation to the digital economy.
The #MeToo movement impacts everyone in the workplace. Here are a few tips to understand and incorporate policy into your current environment.
If you or your company is considering franchising for the first time, or you are looking for information about key issues relevant to franchising in your domestic market this guide will provide useful and helpful information. It will provide tips as to how your company could expand its franchise into additional geographic markets
This guide provides corporate counsel and international practitioners with a comprehensive worldwide legal analysis of the laws and regulations of family law work.
In the Netherlands, business owners have to request the advice of the Works Council (OR) well in advance of a merger of takeover decision. If the business owner fails to make the request for advice timely, the Enterprise Chamber may require him or her to withdraw the decision. Therefore, it is crucial to follow the advisory path correctly and consult the works council well in advance. But what does "well in advance" mean?