BANK M&A AND SIFI THRESHOLD
NEW HONG KONG LISTING RULES
COURT RULINGS FAVOR LGBT+ EMPLOYEES
SCOTUS AND RESTRUCTURING
Dems’ Legislation Places Employment Practices in Antitrust Crosshairs
If a "Blue Wave" in November puts Democrats in control of Congress, one of the priorities from their "A Better Deal" agenda that has gained little attention may nonetheless have a significant impact: shifting the goals of antitrust regulation from a competition-protecting doctrine to a multi-purpose regime tasked with promoting social goals.
Russia Amends Foreign Investment Rules
The laws have been updated to exclude the concept of "offshore companies" and redefine "foreign investor."
Supreme Court Rules That Pending Class Actions Do Not Toll Limitations Period for Subsequent Class Actions
A pending class action does not toll the statute of limitations for absent class members who bring a subsequent class action, the Supreme Court ruled.