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Book
Tenth Edition
Mayer Brown Book
Edited and authored by Mayer Brown lawyers, Bloomberg BNA’s Tenth Edition, Supreme Court Practice provides a comprehensive analysis of the Supreme Court. The treatise offers up-to-date guidance on every aspect of practice before the Court under its newly revised 2013 Rules—from the most fundamental to the most obscure. It is a definitive resource for prosecuting or defending a case before the Court.
Book
Second Edition
Mayer Brown Book
Edited and authored by Mayer Brown lawyers, Bloomberg BNA’s Second Edition, Federal Appellate Practice book is the primary resource for fully understanding the federal appellate process.
Legal Update
24 March 2017
Tauil & Chequer Legal Update
On the evening of March 22, 2017, Brazilian Federal Chamber of Deputies approved the Bill no. 4.302/1998, which seeks the regulation of services provided through outsourced manpower (“terceirização”), as well as changing the legislation regarding temporary employment.
Legal Update
24 March 2017
Mayer Brown Legal Update
The US Department of Homeland Security announced on Monday, March 20, 2017, that a new ban on certain types of electronics on international inbound flights to the United States would go into effect at 3 a.m. EST on Tuesday, March 21. On Tuesday, the British government announced an electronics ban as well. This Legal Update provides details on both bans.
Legal Update
24 March 2017
Mayer Brown Legal Update
The Supreme Court's decision in Marks & Spencer v BNP Paribas Securities Services Trust Co (Jersey) Ltd in late 2015 reaffirmed the traditional approach to implied terms, putting to rest the suggestion made by some practitioners and academics that the Privy Council's decision in Attorney General of Belize v Belize Telecom (and, in particular, Lord Hoffman's opinion) had heralded a more liberal approach.
Newsletter
24 March 2017
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Newsletter
23 March 2017
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Competition; State Aid; Trade & Customs; Financial Services & Taxation; Environment; Energy; Digital & Information Society; Health, Food & Products Safety; Euro, ECB & Economy; Future of Europe & Brexit
Newsletter
23 March 2017
2017 Q1
Mayer Brown JSM Newsletter

In the 2017 Q1 edition, we look at:

  • Trade Marks – China
  • Patents – Hong Kong
  • Patents – China
  • Data Privacy – Hong Kong
  • Technology – China
Legal Update
March 2017
Mayer Brown Legal Update
Legal Update
23 March 2017
Mayer Brown JSM Legal Update
To request an employee to take a pregnancy test without giving her the option not to disclose the result has been held to amount to sex discrimination. The employee's willing compliance does not prevent the request from being discriminatory in nature.
Newsletter
23 March 2017
Brochure
22 March 2017
Mayer Brown Brochure
To successfully deliver connected and autonomous vehicles, automakers need to build commercial relationships, comply with new safety regulations and address cybersecurity and privacy risks. Mayer Brown’s Connected & Autonomous Vehicles group provides clients with integrated, practical advice in negotiations, regulatory compliance and internal governance tailored to the needs of the automotive industry.
Newsletter
22 March 2017
Book
2017
Newsletter
22 March 2017
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Legal Update
22 March 2017
Mayer Brown Legal Update
On March 22, 2017, in an opinion by Justice Breyer, the US Supreme Court held in Czyzewski v. Jevic Holding Corp. that a dismissal of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case may not be “structured” to depart from ordinary priority of distribution rules under the Bankruptcy Code absent the affected creditors’ consent, even in rare cases where no better alternative outcome is possible. The Jevic decision likely spells the end of structured dismissals in commercial bankruptcy practice, at least where there is no bona fide dispute in the Chapter 11 case as to the priority of the claims and/or the liens at issue.
Article
21 March 2017
Mayer Brown JSM Article
Myanmar, a strategic country neighbouring China, has an important role to play in the Belt and Road Initiative. While there have been encouraging developments for the nation and the international project finance community, it is fair to say that project finance in Myanmar is still at an early stage and potential investors face a number of significant challenges. Read the full article to find out what these obstacles are and how they will impact the outlook for the power sector in Myanmar.
Newsletter
21 March 2017
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Article
21 March 2017
Mayer Brown Article
Mayer Brown successfully secured a grant of political asylum for Ms. X, a pro bono client. Ms. X was a Pakistani citizen who had studied in the United States in high school as part of an international exchange program.
Legal Update
21 March 2017
Mayer Brown Legal Update
The final resolution of PHH Corp. v. CFPB—in which a panel of the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit held that the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is unconstitutional (summary here)—will have substantial ramifications for companies across the consumer financial services industry.
Newsletter
21 March 2017
Legal Update
21 March 2017
Mayer Brown Legal Update
On February 16, 2017, the New York State Department of Financial Services (“NYDFS”) finalized regulations that mandate cybersecurity standards for all institutions authorized by NYDFS to operate in New York, including many banks, insurance entities and insurance professionals doing business in New York.
Newsletter
20 March 2017
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Legal Update
20 March 2017
Tauil & Chequer Legal Update
According to Resolution No. 3.854 published by the Brazilian National Monetary Council in 2010, individuals and legal entities resident, domiciled or headquartered in Brazil who possess an amount equal to or greater than US$ 100,000.00 (one hundred thousand US dollars), or its equivalent in other currencies, in assets and rights located overseas, are obliged to present a return statement to the Brazilian Central Bank named “Declaração de Capitais Brasileiros no Exterior (CBE)”.
Newsletter
17 March 2017
Mayer Brown Newsletter
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