Fresh perspectives for foreign investors in China

Chinese legislators hope to formulate a fundamental new law on foreign investment that complies with the economic development of China. The new law adapts the Chinese legal framework to the development and requirements of international rules, thereby creating a more stable, and transparent legal environment for foreign investment. This marks the end of the Sino-Foreign … More Fresh perspectives for foreign investors in China

Power and Utilities: meeting the challenges of transformation

The Power and Utilities (P&U) sector is undergoing a transformation that is affecting everything from how energy is produced and who generates it to how it is bought, sold and distributed. As a result, the tax landscape must change. Tax can be a key factor in transformational change, influencing where, when and how investments are made. … More Power and Utilities: meeting the challenges of transformation

Multi-jurisdictional Labor and Employment Law update

Most countries have anti-discrimination laws, and no two jurisdictions apply the same approach. This shows the real complexity in dealing with discrimination in a global world, where different cultures intersect and where the definition of discrimination varies across borders. Even in the European Union – which is subject to a universal Directive on discrimination – each Member State operates under its … More Multi-jurisdictional Labor and Employment Law update

Data retention and preservation: updates from around the globe

An efficient and effective process for managing archived information is becoming increasingly important for businesses, not least because of the rise of digital technology. Notably, there are no uniform requirements in the European Union (EU) for data retention. To help organizations navigate an increasingly complex landscape, this brochure offers comprehensive information on the national requirements … More Data retention and preservation: updates from around the globe