Publications January 31, 2017
India is the world’s third-largest economy and has become increasingly welcoming for foreign investors and multinational corporations in recent years.
Publications January 6, 2017
Israel-Based Former Federal Prosecutor Robert Henoch Discusses New IRS Reporting Requirements for U.S. Citizens Living in Israel
Robert W. Henoch, a former U.S. federal prosecutor based in Israel, together with Washington DC-based lawyer William J. Rosenzweig, provide practical solutions for U.S. taxpayers in Israel to navigate new IRS reporting requirements in a recent Law360 article.
Publications January 5, 2017
Anti-Corruption Policies in China and Hong Kong and the Implications for Companies Doing Business There
Asia-based lawyer Shaun Wu recently commented on the expansion of regulatory enforcement in both China and Hong Kong and the precautions that foreign corporations should take to ensure that they remain on the right side of the law as local governments crack down on bribery and corruption. In two articles published by Commercial Dispute Resolution, Mr. Wu notes trends in increased enforcement, observing the criminalization of practices once considered commonplace. He also offers tips for how to best oversee company policies when doing business in China and Hong Kong, and guidance on when to conduct internal reviews.
Publications December 5, 2016
International judgment enforcement lawyers Carrie Tendler and Michael Sanfilippo discuss three U.S. Court of Appeals decisions that will likely impact the speed and ease with which holders of foreign arbitral awards can enforce them in a recent article in Today’s General Counsel. The authors also explore the current unsettled landscape of arbitral awards and offer advice for developing an effective strategy, including how to settle, budget, and sell an award.
Publications November 21, 2016
Maximizing Asset Recovery in Insolvency Proceedings: Rebecca Hume and Randall Arthur Offer Thoughts on Strategy
In cross-border insolvency proceedings, it is often misguided to select a forum based on the location of the insolvent entity or group in an attempt to take advantage of familiarity of local rules or a “home-field advantage.” Insolvency lawyers Rebecca Hume, based in the Cayman Islands, and Randall Arthur, based in Hong Kong, discuss the strategic advantages to utilizing the insolvency procedures of foreign jurisdictions in addition to, or instead of the home jurisdiction in a recent INSOL World article. The article touches on several recent cases that highlight the importance of considering jurisdictional issues, both pre- and post-appointment, and how forum selection can impact a party’s strategy for maximizing recovery.
Publications November 21, 2016
Mitigating Risk in Asia-Based Internal Investigations: William McGovern, Eric Bruce, and Beau Barnes Discuss
Former federal lawyers William F. McGovern and Eric Bruce, along with Beau Barnes, address the inherent risk in conducting internal investigations in Asia in a recently published New York Law Journal article. Lending from their experience conducting internal investigations across the region, the lawyers address the common pitfalls, including vague state secrets rules, constantly changing data protection regimes, varying attorney-client privilege laws, and the ever-present challenge of language and cultural differences.
Publications November 18, 2016
In the law and practice of international investigations section of the Global Investigation Review, Michael Kim and Robin Baik discuss legal issues arising in cross-border investigations and regulatory enforcement matters in Korea.
Publications October 24, 2016
As the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) puts a triumphant spin on the stutter-stepping start of the UK’s Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) era, UK corporates considering the DPA route remain wary.
Publications October 12, 2016
International judgment enforcement lawyers Jef Klazen, Marcus Green, and Matthew Kokot address the process of enforcing a judgment following arbitration in the United States in a recent chapter of The Arbitration Review of the Americas 2017, a guide produced by the Global Arbitration Review.
Publications October 10, 2016
JV Disputes Lawyers Explore What Corporate Executives Need to Know Before Entering Into a Joint Venture
As joint venture agreements gain in popularity, corporate executives should be aware of the legal challenges and pitfalls that present themselves in these unique commercial arrangements.
Publications October 7, 2016
In a recent article published in Fraud Intelligence, former federal prosecutor Jason Masimore discussed corruption within the global business community and what counterfraud professionals should do if bribery is suspected within an organization.
Publications September 26, 2016
Former federal prosecutor, Michael S. Kim, along with other members of the firm’s Korea disputes team, Robin J. Baik and S. Nathan Park, discuss special considerations for tracking and recovering assets in Korea in the latest edition of The Asset Tracing and Recovery Review.
Publications September 24, 2016
Tim Prudhoe, based in the firm’s British Virgin Islands office, in collaboration with English barristers Nathaniel P. Barber and Christopher J. Howitt, detail the process of asset recovery in the British Virgin Islands and Turks and Caicos in the most recent edition of The Asset Tracing and Recovery Review.
Publications September 19, 2016
Government Enforcement Defense Lawyers Vasu Muthyala and Beau Barnes Analyze New Regulations Targeting All-Cash Real Estate Purchases
In what they call “a shot across the bow of the luxury real estate industry,” Kobre & Kim lawyers Vasu Muthyala and Beau Barnes explain the U.S. Treasury Department’s new federal rules imposed on title companies in a recent article featured on GlobeSt.com.
Publications September 16, 2016
The discovery process can be lengthy and expensive, with judicial requirements to produce information often taxing the resources of both plaintiffs and defendants.
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