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By Tyrone Childress, Jason Lissy
The Delaware Superior Court's Solera ruling lends considerable support to corporations seeking D&O insurance coverage for shareholder appraisal proceedings.
By John Emmerig, Jennifer L. Chambers, Michael Legg
This is Jones Day's fifth review of Australian class actions developments. The White Paper reviews the class actions that were commenced and settled in 2018–2019.
By Daniel McLoon, Mauricio Paez, Richard Johnson, Jonathon Little, Elizabeth A. Robertson, Todd McClelland, Jeff Rabkin, Lisa M. Ropple, Adam Salter, Michiru Takahashi, Undine von Diemar, Richard M. Martinez, Samir C. Jain, John Vogt, Edward S. Chang, Aaron D Charfoos, Elizabeth Cole, Chiang Ling Li, Richard DeNatale, Jörg Hladjk, Guillermo Larrea, J. Todd Kennard, James T. Kitchen, Ryan M. DiSantis, Matthew L. Jacobs (Matt), Kerianne N. Tobitsch, Olivier Haas
Cybersecurity and privacy risks are on the rise, the regulatory landscape changes daily, and data protection authorities are closely examining data collection, use, and protection practices across
By Adam Salter
Jones Day Partner Adam Salter, Partner-in-Charge of Jones Day's Perth Office who focuses his practice on Labor & Employment matters, outlines the challenges companies now face after sweeping
By Mark Douglas, Daniel Merrett, Benjamin Rosenblum, Dan Moss, Chané Buck, Brad Erens, Paul Green
In In re Fraser's Boiler Serv., Inc., 2019 WL 1099713 (D. Wash. Mar. 18, 2019), the court reversed a bankruptcy court order approving settlement agreements providing for the sale of certain
By Charles Hodges II, Frank J. Jackson, Antoinette L. Ellison
Few taxpayers utilize the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) techniques available to them when dealing with the IRS, including Fast Track Settlements, the Rapid Appeals Process
By Peter Wang, Yizhe Zhang, Qiang Xue
China's State Administration for Market Regulation ("SAMR") recently released three new antitrust regulations that consolidate the antimonopoly
By Anna Raimer, Lauren Refinetti Timmons, Mark W. Rasmussen
With the explosive growth of the cryptocurrency market, companies operating in this industry must consider how best to protect their intellectual property rights
By Laura S. Pruitt, David Bergers, Joan McKown, Stephen Obie
The Situation: In recent years, broker-dealers have been seeking further transparency from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority ("FINRA")
By Matt Evans, Chase Kaniecki
The United Kingdom is taking a careful look at potential direct investments by foreign entities.
By Peter Wang, Yizhe Zhang, Qiang Xue
In its first resale price maintenance ("RPM") ruling since the passage of its Anti-Monopoly Law, China's highest court held that Chinese antitrust enforcement agencies do not have to prove that RPM
By David Woodcock, Shamoil T. Shipchandler, Joan McKown, Henry Klehm III, Jules Cantor
We are pleased to present our annual mid-year update on financial reporting and issuer disclosure enforcement activity for 2019.
By Alexandre Verheyden, Henry de la Barre d'Erquelinnes
The Development: For the first time in nearly two decades, the European Commission ("Commission") plans to impose "interim measures" to remedy perceived competition issues even though its antitrust
By Martin Kock, Anna Masser, Johannes Zöttl, Johannes Perlitt
On August 22, 2019, the German Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection presented the draft Corporate Sanctions Act ("CSA"), a bill that would establish corporate criminal liability in Germany.
By Jennifer L. Chambers, Michael Legg, John Emmerig, Tim L'Estrange, Shannon Finch
Recent strategies and initiatives announced by Australia's corporate and prudential regulators and the Australian government's release in August 2019 of its Financial Services Royal Commission
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