Employment Law Considerations for Returning to the Workplace in a COVID-19 World
As pandemic effects linger, companies intent on avoiding layoffs are looking at compensating workers with equity in lieu of cash as part of their pay.
On the end of LIBOR: The end of 2021 will mark a milestone in global financial markets when regulators, in effect, phase out the "LIBOR benchmark" that underpins much of the global financial system
European Leveraged Finance Client Alert Series: September 2020
A majority of dealmakers say their companies are focused on defense or survival, but about a quarter are actively pursuing growth.
The UK's new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act introduces a restructuring plan procedure that enhances the flexibility of the English scheme of arrangement
While not unscathed by the ongoing pandemic, software deals are proving to be resilient to the effects of lockdown
Interactive guides to competition law enforcement and merger control activity in the Southeast Asia and Pacific region
Already burgeoning, foreign direct investment regulations worldwide are bulking up still more in response to emerging threats
A protective strategy includes understanding new US rules, identifying the risk factors and taking proactive steps to prevent problems
Successful defense strategies for Taiwanese businesses
What Quanta Storage and Qualcomm mean for Taiwan's businesses
Environment, social and governance (ESG) are the three pillars of sustainability, and the lenses through which investors and regulators view and assess a company's sustainability profile.