October 25, 2021
- Do the Personal Representatives Get First Dibs on the Good Stuff? by: Robert H. Brunson
- EEOC Updates Its Guidance on COVID-19 Vaccines Ahead of OSHA’s... by: Katelynn M. Williams
- LONG WAY TO GO FOR A GOOSE EGG: 8 Years and 100 Declarations Later,... by: Eric J. Troutman
- Mitigating Supply Chain Cyber Risk by: Anjali C. Das and Kevin Normandeau
- EPA OIG Will Evaluate Process for Changes Made to Final SNUR for... by: Lynn L. Bergeson and Carla N. Hutton
- Financial Stability Oversight Council Issues Key Report Declaring... by: Jason M. Halper and Daniel Meade
- Global Carbon Markets: What’s Next? by: Samuel L. Brown
- CFPB to Tech Companies: Submit Payment System Information by: Moorari Shah and A.J. S. Dhaliwal
- A Simplified Guide to SEO for Law Firms by: Sarah Bottorff
- CFPB, DOJ and OCC Take Action Against National Bank for Alleged... by: Moorari Shah and A.J. S. Dhaliwal
- Offshore Wind Development May Get a Boost from Massachusetts by: David L. O'Connor
- First CFPB Enforcement Action Under New Director: $6 Million Fine... by: Moorari Shah and A.J. S. Dhaliwal
- On Her Shoulders, Episode 12 - Interview with Gloria Feldt [PODCAST] by: Corinne Smith
- NYDFS Issues Proposed Rules to Implement New Commercial Financing... by: Moorari Shah and A.J. S. Dhaliwal
- CFTC Whistleblower Reward Program: What Violations Qualify for an... by: Jason Zuckerman and Matthew Stock
- Energy & Sustainability M&A Activity — October 2021 by: Thomas R. Burton, III and Sahir Surmeli
- Automation and Logistics: Real Estate Considerations by: Jimmy Bui
- Lending Money to a Friend, You Lose Both the Friend and the Money by: Keith Poston
- TCPAWorld After Death: Certified TCPA Class Action Lives On Despite... by: Eric J. Troutman
- Transatlantic Trade | US and Europe – Week of October 18, 2021 by: Stacy A. Swanson and Christina Economides
- Fight Against Robocalls Is Coming for Telemarketing Text Messages by: Hunton Andrews Kurth’s Privacy and Cybersecurity
- New Details on China’s Overseas Food Facility Registration by: Food and Drug Law at Keller and Heckman
- AB-45: California Finally Welcomes Hemp Products To The Marketplace by: Sarah A. K. Blitz
- Cal/OSHA Proposes to Expand COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards... by: Sean Paisan and Sierra Vierra
October 24, 2021
- EPA Seeks Input on Proposed PFAS National Primary Drinking Water... by: EPA
- Investigation of Deadly Trench Collapse Finds Colorado Company... by: U.S. Department of Labor
- Dulles CBP Officers Seize more than $1 Million in Counterfeit... by: U.S. Customs and Border Protection Department of Homeland Security
- CBP Issues Withhold Release Order on Tomatoes Produced by Farm in... by: U.S. Customs and Border Protection Department of Homeland Security
October 23, 2021
- Trade Secret Implications of Facebook’s Frances Haugen’s Testimony:... by: Rachel Popa and Chandler Ford
- SEC Commissioner Lee Highlights Role of Prior Efforts in Develop SEC... by: Jacob H. Hupart
- U.S. Chamber of Commerce Asks Ninth Circuit to Reconsider Ruling... by: Jack S. Sholkoff
- A Step Closer to Agreement on Taxation of The Digital World by: David M. Ward and Stephen Pevsner
- China’s Shanghai Pudong Court Sentences 69 Defendants for... by: Aaron Wininger
October 22, 2021
Global Legal Updates, Legal News From Around the World
The National Law Review covers a variety of global and international legal news, which not only affects countries outside the US but also international relations within the US. From multinational companies doing business in foreign locations, and new tax implications on these companies, to international import tariffs being imposed on steel and aluminum, with certain trade partners, the National Law Review covers these, and other interesting news stories, for its online visitors.
Canada, the US, Mexico, the UK and EU, Brazil, China, and other international jurisdictions, are frequently covered by the National Law Review. Visitors can read stories about Antidumping and Countervailing (AD/CV) regulations and fines which are imposed against certain companies/countries for violations. Merger and acquisition deals under the Committee of Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) deals are frequently covered online, as are international trade, bankruptcy, and tax-law news. Visitors can read about multinational companies, foreign stocks and bonds, tax implications on these products, and how the IRS and IRC regulate profit sharing for these companies and their international clientele. News related to emerging countries and foreign developments in those nations is also covered by the site.
Visitors can find the latest developments in foreign employment regulations, especially if planning on working abroad or learning about the potential tax implications of doing so. Intellectual property law and rights, foreign investments, tax compliance laws, international trade regulations (throughout the US and internationally), and coverage from agencies like the World Trade Organization (WTO), are also analyzed by the legal experts who write for the National Law Review.
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