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Global: Mining & Metals Forecast 2020 – Industry Trends

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The use of technology in industrial mining has been developing since its inception: dynamite helped clear tunnels and reach greater depths at a much...

Global Guide to Competition Litigation 2020

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 We are delighted to share that the Baker McKenzie Global Guide to Competition Litigation 2020 is now available!This guide provides expert insight into the...

Global: Resilience, Recovery & Renewal: A Podcast Series

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Whether you are managing the immediate crisis, stabilizing operations or looking beyond to what a world after COVID-19 will look like, this series features...

Global: International: Global Equity Matrix | June 2020 Edition

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Baker McKenzie's Compensation Practice Group is pleased to provide you with the latest update of our Global Equity Matrix. 

Global: June 2020 International Trade Compliance Update

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Read publicationWelcome to the June 2020 edition of Baker McKenzie's International Trade Compliance Update.Here are the highlights:Announcing the launch of a...

Global: Global Public M&A Guide

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A guide to some of the key legal considerations associated with public M&A transactions across the globe.Public M&A transactions can ordinarily be complex and...

Global: Off the Shelf: The Global Consumer Goods & Retail Industry Podcast

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Off the Shelf, the Global Consumer Goods & Retail Industry Podcast, provides short practical legal insights into the key issues affecting consumer goods and...

Global: Restricted Parties Screening: Compliance Issues and Best Practices Under US, EU, and Canadian...

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Our program of basic webinars cover the areas of Customs, Export Controls and Sanctions and includes the latest international trade developments and updates on...

International: European Commission publishes White Paper suggesting new EU filing obligations for Companies that...

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The European Commission ("Commission") published a White Paper proposing to create three new review mechanisms aimed at addressing the potential distortive effects caused by foreign subsidies in the Single market generally; in acquisitions of EU companies; and during EU public procurement procedures. A public consultation is now open until 23 September 2020 during which stakeholders can provide their views on the options set out in the White Paper. The new mechanisms would apply to all non-EU companies benefitting from non-EU subsidies. New filing obligations would apply if non-EU subsidies might have a distortive effect on competition on the EU market.

Global Private Investment in Public Equity (PIPE) Guide

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Our Global PIPE Guide sets out a comparison of the key features and requirements applicable to PIPE deals in a number of jurisdictions around...
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