• All About IP is Mayer Brown's intellectual property blog and is a source of information on the latest developments in global intellectual property markets, with a focus on Germany and Europe. The blog examines relevant legislative and regulatory developments as well as judicial decisions in the fields of intellectual and industrial property and unfair competition law. The editors are lawyers or legal trainees in Mayer Brown’s Intellectual Property practice, which has been supporting clients in matters pertaining to industrial property and copyright for many years.
  • Benefits & Compensation blog is Mayer Brown's blog designed to provide insights from our lawyers on developments in the fields of employee benefits, executive compensation, and pension investments. Subjects for comment include all manner of trends we are seeing, as well as legislative and regulatory changes, developments in case law, and other issues that we believe may be of interest to our clients.
  • Class Defense Blog is Mayer Brown's class action blog and offers the insights of Mayer Brown litigators on cutting-edge issues in class action law and policy. Our goal is to identify and analyze recent trends in the filing and defense of class actions and other forms of aggregate litigation against businesses. We also will report on relevant legislative and regulatory developments.
  • Consumer Financial Services Review blog provides insights from an industry-leading group of lawyers within Mayer Brown’s global Financial Services Regulatory & Enforcement practice. For more than 20 years, the Consumer Financial Services group has been recognized for its thought leadership and for providing high-caliber regulatory counseling, enforcement defense and transactional advice to a broad range of consumer financial services providers, including mortgage and auto lenders, consumer finance companies, payment companies, credit card issuers and investment banks.

  • Mayer Brown’s Employer Perspectives blog is designed to provide practical insights and commentary for UK employers on developments in the employment and pensions industries. Subjects for comment include legislative changes, case law, regulatory developments and wider industry trends that will have a direct impact on UK employers. The contributors are members of our London Employment and Pensions teams, all of whom have wide-ranging experience advising employers on employment and pensions issues.
  • Free Writings + Perspectives provides news and views on securities regulation and capital formation. The blog provides up to the minute news regarding securities law developments, particularly related to capital formation, as well as commentary regarding developments affecting private placements, mezzanine or "late stage" private placements, PIPE transactions, IPOs and the IPO market, and new financial products.
  • Funds & Investment Management Law Blog is designed to provide readers with noteworthy and timely updates on developments and trends related to funds and investment management. The blog’s writers analyze and comment on developments in the funds and investment management industry, including product development, investment adviser and Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) regulatory updates and enforcement trends.
  • Guideposts is Mayer Brown's punitive damages blog and features analysis on timely topics such as excessiveness, liability standards, procedures, trial strategies, recent verdicts, and legislative developments. With a broad platform to discuss and analyze individual decisions and large scale trends, as well as to provide practical advice for litigating punitive damages issues both at trial and on appeal, our lawyers aim to keep readers up-to-date about important developments in this complex and ever-changing area of law.
  • Meaningful Discussions is Mayer Brown's government contracts blog and highlights the insights of Mayer Brown lawyers on cutting-edge issues in public procurement law and policy. Our lawyers provide current, insightful analysis of recent trends in the precedent from courts, boards of contract appeals, the Government Accountability Office, and other forums relevant to this area of practice, and explain relevant legislative and regulatory developments
  • Real Bankruptcy Intel is Mayer Brown's blog designed to provide current updates and analysis on developments relating to the restructuring, bankruptcy and insolvency space. Our blog contributors provide concise and timely briefings on recent legal and financial developments, significant court decisions, market trends and other issues of interest.
  • Retained Interest is Mayer Brown’s structured finance blog designed to provide clients updates and analysis on legal and regulatory developments impacting the structured finance industry. Our blog contributors provide insights related to developments and innovations in the structured finance industry and concise and timely briefings on current issues affecting financial asset transactions.
  • The Mobile Workforce is Mayer Brown's blog that is designed to provide employers with a direct line of sight into immigration policy-making and practices across worldwide centers. Subjects for comment include major trends we are seeing, as well as legislative and regulatory changes, developments in case law, and enforcement changes that are most likely to impact our clients’ worldwide work corps.
  • Tax Equity Times is Mayer Brown's blog that addresses issues at the intersection of US tax and energy policy. Its primary focus is the US law regarding transactions to monetize the tax credits and accelerated depreciation on qualifying renewable energy projects. The blog also addresses certain tangential topics, such as partnership taxation, equipment leasing, the US Treasury’s cash grant program and state tax incentives. Those working with tax equity investors, developers and utilities will find posts of interest to them. The blog’s contributors are Mayer Brown tax lawyers who advise such parties.

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