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In Brief
30 November 2018
Mayer Brown In Brief
The Secretary for Labour and Welfare has appointed 18 January 2019 as the commencement date of the Employment (Amendment) (No.3) Ordinance 2018, which increases the statutory paternity leave in Hong Kong from three days to five days.
Legal Update
30 November 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
The Hong Kong government gazetted the Discrimination Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 2018 (the "Bill") today (30 November 2018).
Legal Update
November 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
Newsletter
29 November 2018
Newsletter
2018 Q3
Mayer Brown Newsletter
In this twenty-first edition, we flag and provide comment on anticipated employment law developments during the third quarter of 2018 and highlight some of the major legislative, consultative, policy and case law changes to look out for in 2018.
Newsletter
29 November 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Newsletter
28 November 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Newsletter
27 November 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Article
26 November 2018
Lexis Practice Advisor® Practice Note
This practice note provides answers to questions frequently asked by securities lawyers and their clients regarding the federal securities laws applicable to communications and publicity matters involving companies conducting initial public offerings (IPOs) and other securities offerings under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (Securities Act).
Newsletter
26 November 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
In Brief
26 November 2018
Newsletter
23 November 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Audio
23 November 2018
UK Employment Law - The View from Mayer Brown
In this special guest Episode Nick speaks with David Reade QC about Confidentiality and Privacy during Tribunal proceedings.
Audio
22 November 2018
UK Pensions Law - The View from Mayer Brown
Richard looks at the implications for pension schemes of the recent High Court decision in the Lloyds Bank case on GMP equalisation.
Newsletter
22 November 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Newsletter
21 November 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Newsletter
20 November 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Legal Update
20 November 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
Yesterday, the Supreme Court announced that it would not review the Ninth Circuit’s decision in Lusnak v. Bank of America, N.A., 883 F.3d 1185 (9th Cir. 2018), and would thus leave intact a ruling that compels national banks to comply with state laws requiring the payment of interest on escrow accounts.
Legal Update
20 November 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
On November 15, 2018, the US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”) issued revised geographic targeting orders (“GTOs”) that require US title insurance companies to identify the natural persons behind legal entities (US and non-US) used in certain “all-cash” purchases of residential real estate and to report these persons and purchases to FinCEN.
Newsletter
November 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
This latest issue in our Vietnam Competition Law series focuses on how restrictive agreements are regulated in Vietnam, and highlights the differences between the 2004 Law on Competition and the upcoming 2018 Law on Competition.
Legal Update
19 November 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
In Rockefeller Technology Investments (Asia) VII v. Changzhou Sinotype Technology, Co., Ltd., a California Court of Appeal voided a $414 million arbitration judgment entered against Changzhou Sinotype on the grounds of improper service under the Hague Convention—despite the parties’ agreement to waive Hague Convention service requirements and US personal jurisdiction defenses.
Newsletter
19 November 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Newsletter
16 November 2018
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Newsletter
16 November 2018
Legal Update
16 November 2018
Mayer Brown Legal Update
On November 5, 2018, the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) finalized an amendment to the de minimis exception within the swap dealer (“SD”) definition (“SD Threshold Amendment”),1 which permanently sets the de minimis threshold at its current, phase-in level2 of $8 billion in aggregate gross notional amount of swap positions connected with dealing activities.
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