Two recent joint ventures demonstrate potential opportunities for health care providers to expand into the Chinese market.
On May 18, the Supreme Court handed down a decision [pdf] in the case of Tibble v. Edison International, confirming that ERISA fiduciaries have a continuing duty to monitor and make prudent decisions regarding trust investments.
China government planners are working to increase the role of domestic consumption and domestic investment in PRC economy.
Unlike many other regions in the world the Middle East is characterised by a diverse range of nationalities and different cultures. Official estimates suggest that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) alone are host to some 200 different nationalities.
Augmented Reality (AR) uses technology to overlay real world, physical environments with virtual components like light, sound, video, images or GPS data.
In White Burgess Langille Inman v. Abbott and Haliburton Co., a must-read decision for anyone involved in litigation, the Supreme Court of Canada tackles some of the difficult questions associated with how to properly deal with the proposed evidence of potentially biased experts.
With the flood of recent natural disasters, APRA has clarified the type of aggregate reinsurance arrangements that require its approval.
The other day I was talking with a U.S. based non-tech consumer company about their commencing retail operations in China.
On April 8, 2015, Justice Johanne April dismissed a Motion for authorization of a class action in neighborhood disturbances concerning the construction of a wind farm near Quebec City (Parcs éoliens de la Seigneurie de Beaupré).
On Thursday of last week and with a vote of 97-1, the U.S. Senate approved the “Trade Preferences Extension Act of 2015,” which includes reauthorization of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA).