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Legal Update
19 October 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update

The English Commercial Court recently denied an applicant's attempt to set aside a worldwide freezing order on the basis that there was a risk that the individual would try to hide his wealth if the order was discharged.

Newsletter
19 October 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Newsletter
19 October 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Newsletter
October 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
This update covers the key differences between the current 2004 Law on Competition and the 2018 Law on Competition, and also highlights key enforcement trends, going into 2019.
Newsletter
19 October 2018
Autumn 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Recent months have seen a move toward rationalisation and clarification in many countries’ tax legislation, as well as measures to boost investment in the information economy.
Newsletter
18 October 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Legal Update
17 October 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
As part of California’s continuing focus on the financial services industry, the state’s Department of Business Oversight (DBO) is focusing its attention on lenders offering triple-digit APR small-dollar loans.
Article
17 October 2018
Mayer Brown Article
Bylined article by US Insurance Regulatory practice lead Lawrence Hamilton (Chicago) and associate Sanjiv Tata (New York).
Legal Update
17 October 2018
Tauil & Chequer Legal Update
On October 11, 2018, Decree No. 46,453/2018, regulating the Amnesty Program to waive or reduce penalties and interest related to tax and non-tax debts both enrolled and not enrolled, was published in the Official Gazette.
Newsletter
17 October 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Legal Update
16 October 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
On September 28, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a first-of-its kind law to regulate the security of connected devices that make up the “Internet of Things” (“IOT”)—connected fitness trackers, smart appliances, home alarm systems and much more.
Newsletter
16 October 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Legal Update
16 October 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
The New York Appellate Division, First Judicial Department, recently reinforced New York’s status as an international arbitration-friendly jurisdiction with a decision clearly aimed at preventing the wrongful vacatur of international arbitration awards in the future.
Legal Update
16 October 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
On 11 October 2018, the Council of the European Union adopted a proposed Directive on combatting money laundering by criminal law, which introduces new criminal law provisions relating to money laundering and the financing of terrorism.
Legal Update
15 October 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
Since the Hong Kong Competition Ordinance came into force in December 2015, there has been a significant focus on bid-rigging conduct.
Legal Update
15 October 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
To the relief of motor vehicle sales finance companies active in the state, Connecticut Banking Commissioner Jorge L. Perez recently issued a temporary “no action” memo stating that Connecticut will not enforce a controversial new law requiring sales finance companies to acquire and maintain ethnicity, race and sex information on applicants for motor vehicle retail installment sales contracts—a law potentially conflicting with the federal Equal Credit Opportunity Act and possibly subjecting industry participants to damages, fines and/or imprisonment.
Legal Update
October 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
In a much-anticipated decision, the High Court this week upheld the UK's first Unexplained Wealth Order.
Newsletter
15 October 2018
Newsletter
15 October 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Audio
12 October 2018
UK Employment Law - The View from Mayer Brown
Nick’s review of recent cases looks at a decision on whether an employer could remove an outdated allowance following a TUPE transfer. Secondly we have clarification on which wages claims can be decided in the Employment Tribunal. Finally we have a case where the Judge decided that the individual was an employee and not a consultant although neither party was seeking to argue this point.
Newsletter
12 October 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Legal Update
11 October 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
Having passed both the US House and Senate, the Music Modernization Act is about to be signed into law—a signing ceremony is scheduled for today. It will effect a sweeping overhaul of the compulsory mechanical license mechanism set forth in 17 U.S.C. §115—among other significant changes.
Legal Update
11 October 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
On October 1, 2018, a public petition (Petition) was filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for a rulemaking on environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosure.
Newsletter
11 October 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Legal Update
11 October 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
On September 30, 2018, the United States, Canada, and Mexico agreed to a US$1.2 trillion trade pact—the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement or “USMCA.” This Legal Update discusses key details of this new agreement, which would replace the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”).
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