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China supply chain bulletin November: Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai

The supply chain bulletin from law Baker & McKenzie for November. Topics in this issue include customs developments, indirect tax developments and regulatory changes, as well as key case summaries/disputes.

Law Firm: Baker McKenzie | Published: 23 November 2010 | Practice Area: VAT and Sales Tax

The long arm of insolvency proceedings - can English courts recognise US bankruptcy proceedings?

Whether the English court can recognise and give effect to a judgment given by a foreign insolvency court is one of the most burning questions in cross-border insolvency law. A&O outlines two routes by which the English court may recognise and give assistance to US bankruptcy proceedings.

Law Firm: Allen & Overy | Published: 22 November 2010 | Practice Area: Cross-border: Commercial and International Trade

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Technology, Media and Telecoms e-briefing - November

The November e-briefing seeks to give you an insight into some of the industry news and legal changes relevant to information technology, media and telecoms sub-sectors, as well as to the TMT Sector as a whole.

Law Firm: Eversheds | Published: 09 November 2010 | Practice Area: Databases

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Regulation queries over Chinese imports - explained

Last year 990 ‘dangerous’ Chinese products were identified within the European market. This briefing breaks down where the legislation to combat that works and where it fails to.

Law Firm: Beachcroft | Published: 04 November 2010 | Practice Area: Sale and Supply of Goods and Services

Breaking down the barriers: the EU’s landmark trade agreement with Canada explored

The Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement being negotiated between Canada and the EU provides a unprecedented opportunity for Europe to expand its access to Canadian markets and vice versa. This paper from Baker & McKenzie explores some of those fundamental changes.

Law Firm: Baker McKenzie | Published: 15 October 2010 | Practice Area: Immigration

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A guide for general counsel: recruitment and retention of lawyers

This briefing is aimed at heads of legal or in-house counsel working within commerce & industry or financial services that have responsibility for recruitment of legal personnel - its purpose to provide an overview of the recruitment market and flag up some of the pitfalls in the process.

Law Firm: Edwards Gibson | Published: 05 October 2010 | Practice Area: Commercial Property

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A&O's new Intelligence Unit - solving the puzzles of cross-border law

Allen & Overy's Global Law Intelligence Unit aims to provide information on cross-border deal data, global surveys and comparative data on legal reform around the world.

Law Firm: Allen & Overy | Published: 04 October 2010 | Practice Area: Cross Border

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Corporate law in CEE: incorporating a limited liability company

This briefing from the CEE's Schoenherr provides the reader with an overview of the steps, timescales and costs associated with the establishment of a limited liability company in 19 CEE jurisdictions in which the firm is active.

Law Firm: Schoenherr | Published: 30 September 2010 | Practice Area: Merger Control

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Implications of the EU-Korea Free Trade Agreement

Billed as the most important trade deal since NAFTA, this newly-signed FTA is expected to double EU trade with Korea in the medium term, and requires considerable adjustments to trade duties by the two parties. Norton Rose examines the practical implications of the agreement.

Law Firm: Norton Rose Fulbright | Published: 29 September 2010 | Practice Area: Enforcement and Regulation

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OECD Anti-Bribery Convention - a review of global enforcement

Transparency International in July published its 2010 progress report on the enforcement of the OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. This briefing summarises its findings.

Law Firm: Norton Rose Fulbright | Published: 28 September 2010 | Practice Area: Mining

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