Coronavirus: Legal implications of a global epidemic
As companies worldwide feel the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, we examine the many legal implications COVID-19 may have across global businesses.
Don’t leave it all on the field: Why athletes require special planning
The professional athlete typically faces many unique circumstances that must be integrated into the financial and estate planning process.
US securities law liability for securities issuers outside of the United States
A recent decision from a US appellate court may change the way that non-US companies view the sale of their securities in the US. That case, Stoyas v. Toshiba Corp., found that a foreign issuer could be liable under US securities laws for a sale of its securities in the US, even if the company was not involved in the sale.
Recalibrating functional claiming: A way forward
What are the misconceptions and what should be done to recalibrate functional claiming standards accordingly?