The aggression of russian federation against Ukraine has had a drastic impact on the Ukrainian economy. Yet, despite the war, Ukrainian businesses have partly adapted to the new circumstances and elaborated the development strategy. MSI's Ukraine law member DLF Attorneys-At-Law provides an update on current business opportunities in Ukraine.
MSI's Guernsey cross border financial services member Dixcart Trust Corporation Ltd looks at the continued relevance of trusts for personal wealth planning and the benefits of increased regulation in the finance sector.
The sale of personal goodwill offers considerable tax planning opportunities for closely-held corporations. This article by MSI's Chicago law firm member Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC highlights the tax planning opportunities when selling your business.
MSI's New York City law firm member Moses & Singer discusses the recent decision in a federal case in Texas, where the court held that the defendant's altered genuine Rolex watches were counterfeits as a matter of law.
Russell I. Shapiro of MSI's Chicago law member Levenfeld Pearlstein LLC has been interviewing managing partners of accounting firms and industry insiders on the key issues of talent shortages, technology, and M&A affecting the profession. In this article, he shares and summarises his findings.
The European Directive on unfair B2B commercial practices in the food supply chain has just been transposed into Belgian law by a law published on December 15, 2021 in the Belgian Official Journal. MSI's Belgian law member Thales provides further insight on the regulation's scope, the prohibited practices and the sanctions that will soon be in force.
This article by Jennifer Diaz and Sharath Patil of MSI's Florida specialist law member Diaz Trade Law provides a basic overview of the complex process of classification, practice tips on meeting the reasonable care standard, how to effectively classify goods imported into the U.S., and additional resources to assist in the classification process.
Herrick K Lidstone Jr of MSI's Colorado law member Burns, Figa & Will, P.C's writes his fourth article on 'The Federal Corporate Transparency Act' providing further insight on this significant act aimed at combatting money laundering, terrorism financing, and other criminal activities.
When U.S. companies plan to export products to China, intellectual property rights (IPR), primarily patents, trademarks, and copyrights, should be prioritized. This article discusses Chinese IPR laws and practices and provides practitioner tips to avoid infringing other's IPRs while also protecting their own. A contributor to the article, Jennifer Diaz of MSI's Florida specialist member firm Diaz Trade Law provides further details.