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By Sarah L. Cave, Stephen R. Halpin III
On May 21, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Federal Arbitration Act ("FAA") permits an employer to require an employee to arbitrate employment-related disputes individually.
By Ryan Fayhee, Alan Kashdan, Tyler Grove
President Trump issued an Executive Order prohibiting certain transactions involving debt of the Government of Venezuelan or equity in entities majority-owned by the Government of Venezuela.
By Kevin Abikoff, Laura Perkins, Ryan Fayhee
May 11, 2018 – On May 9, 2018, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced a new Department of Justice (DOJ) policy, to be incorporated into the U.S. Attorneys' Manual ...
By Alan Kashdan, Tyler Grove, Ryan Fayhee
Parties engaging in wind-down activities should also be vigilant that all activities are consistent with U.S. sanctions policy.
By John Wood, Eric Parnes, Stefan Naumann, Terence Healy, Sarah L. Cave, Karen Chau, Jason C. Benton, Michael Silverman, Michael DeBernardis, Michael Huneke, William R. Maguire, Fara Tabatabai, Edward J.M. Little, James R. Klaiber, James W. Dabney
On Feb. 19, Hughes Hubbard led a U.S. shipbuilder to a major arbitration victory against Venezuela's Defense Ministry when a tribunal awarded our client approximately $129 million ...
By Elizabeth Prewitt, William Kolasky, Robert Bell, Michael Salzman
As the calendar tells us it is spring, despite all contrary indications of ice and snow in the northern U.S. this April, we offer our outlook on the important developments ...
By F. Amanda DeBusk, Melissa Duffy, Sean Kane, Alan Kashdan, Susie Park
On April 6, 2018, the U.S. Department of the Treasury's OFAC announced its most significant Russia sanctions action in years, adding to the SDN and Blocked Persons List seven prominent and politically connected...
By F. Amanda DeBusk, Matthew R. Nicely, Dean Pinkert, Ravi Soopramanien
There have been a number of important developments in the U.S.-China trade relationship just in the last couple of weeks.
By William Kolasky, Elizabeth Prewitt, Robert Bell
The Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) Bureau of Competition has recently issued new guidance on how to avoid antitrust pitfalls during pre-merger negotiations and due diligence
By F. Amanda DeBusk, Matthew R. Nicely, Dean Pinkert, Ravi Soopramanien
On March 19, the Department of Commerce ("DOC") published a notice in the Federal Register providing an interim final rule for companies engaged in business activities in the United States...
By F. Amanda DeBusk, Melissa Duffy
March 19, 2018 – President Trump's March 12 decision to block the proposed takeover of California-based semiconductor manufacturer Qualcomm by Singapore-based Broadcom Limited ...
By F. Amanda DeBusk, Matthew R. Nicely, Dean Pinkert, Ravi Soopramanien
On March 8, 2018, President Donald Trump followed through on his promise to sign presidential proclamations imposing 25% duties on steel ...
By Roel C. Campos
In 2017, investors challenged many public company boards to improve their gender, racial, and ethnic diversity.
By Theodore V.H. Mayer, Kevin Abikoff, William R. Maguire, Kenneth Lefkowitz, John Hoyns, John Townsend, John Fellas, Edward J.M. Little, Roel C. Campos, Terence Healy, Diane Lifton, Robb Patryk, Matthew Syrkin, James Modlin, Steven I. Chung, Gary Simon, Christopher Kiplok, F. Amanda DeBusk, Elizabeth Prewitt, William Kolasky
March 2018 – In 2017, the results we achieved for our clients have never been more impressive.
By F. Amanda DeBusk, Matthew R. Nicely, Dean Pinkert
On March 1, 2018, President Trump announced his plan to impose 25% duties on steel and 10% duties on aluminum exports "for a long period of time".
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