As public companies in the United States prepare their 2022 annual reports and 2023 proxy statements, they will need to contend with a host of new requirements and disclosure updates.
Authored by our members, this blog features updates about legal and business trends, the impact of changes in law and other topics of interest affecting multi-jurisdictional businesses.
The Federal Government’s Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Secure Jobs, Better Pay) Bill 2022 passed parliament on 2 December 2022, after negotiations in the Senate.
I volunteer some of my time to providing legal office hours to MIT’s Venture Mentoring Service, a service that MIT offers to its staff, students and graduates who are looking to start a business.
The Prohibition on the Purchase of Residential Property by Non-Canadians Act will come into force on January 1, 2023, as one of several measures enacted by the federal government to target soaring housing prices, increase supply and curb foreign investor speculation.
California governor Gavin Newsom recently signed into law the state’s Age-Appropriate Design Code Act (the Act).
In a recent post on their Immigration blog, Linky Trott (partner) and Sundeep Rathod (senior associate) of Ally Law member firm Edwin Coe discussed the options available to employers to recoup the fees associated with sponsoring a foreign skilled worker to work in the UK, should the worker decide not to join the employer, or quits shortly after beginning work.
On 13 October 2022, amendments to the Code of Commercial Companies (hereinafter referred to as the Code) applicable to capital companies will come into force.
As of 29 July 2022 and under newly imposed regulations, fees payable to Australia’s Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) for applications for foreign investment transactions will double.
Ally Law’s Istanbul member firm prepares a quarterly report to provide updates on recent developments in legislation and case law in Turkey.
A recent decision of the United States Supreme Court has resolved a disagreement among lower federal courts about the significance of arbitration provisions in contracts.