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Three Global Drafting Considerations for International Construction Contracts

Three Global Drafting Considerations for International Construction Contracts

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U.S. contractors should proceed with caution when seeking to expand their footprint to an international stage, especially in developing countries.

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International Contracts and Why What You Think ‘Can’t Hurt’ Usually Does Hurt

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Dan Harris explains the potential drawbacks of using some standard boilerplate clauses in contracts outside common law countries.

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Outsourcing Contracts in the USA

Outsourcing Contracts in the USA

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Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton has compiled a structured guide to outsourcing contracts in the United States.

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Brexit Vote Prompts New Questions for UK, US Businesses

Brexit Vote Prompts New Questions for UK, US Businesses

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The historically large rejection of Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit proposal is creating new uncertainty for companies doing business in the United Kingdom.

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New York State Takes the Lead to Settle International Contract Disputes

New York State Takes the Lead to Settle International Contract Disputes

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New York State has taken steps to smooth the often rough road for resolving international contract disputes, and parties are finding the new procedures comparatively easy to follow, according to post on the website of Daniel Kron.

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Contracts with Foreign Companies May Require a Rewrite

Contracts with Foreign Companies May Require a Rewrite

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The California Court of Appeal held that parties may not contract around the formal service requirements of the Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents, commonly referred to as the Hague Service Convention.

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ITAR For Government Contractors

ITAR For Government Contractors

Webinar, Dec. 13, 2017, 1 p.m. EST
An upcoming webinar presented by Williams Mullen’s International Practice Group will provide an overview of ITAR for government contracts executives and an update on recent developments in the law.

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What U.S. GCs Should Know About Drafting International Arbitration Clauses

What U.S. GCs Should Know About Drafting International Arbitration Clauses

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Kevin Perry and Joanne Elieli of of Cooley offer some insight for American general counsel on the drafting of international arbitration clauses, covering preliminary considerations and specific drafting issues.

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Best Practices and Hot Topics in Section 337 Patent Litigation at the ITC

Best Practices and Hot Topics in Section 337 Patent Litigation at the ITC

Event, May 10, 1 p.m. EDT
Practical Law will present a webinar discussing best practices for Section 337 patent litigation and current hot topics at the International Trade Commission (ITC), such as standard essential patents and the Commission’s jurisdiction over electronic data importations.

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