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September 15, 2020

Contract Dispute? Four Situations Where You Really Need a Lawyer

Contract Dispute? Four Situations Where You Really Need a Lawyer Contracts are drafted for when things go wrong. Typically, folks never look at their contracts until a problem arises.  When they do, certain contractual disputes may be […]
August 17, 2020

World Bank Group Sanctions Advocacy

World Bank Group Sanctions Advocacy If your business participates in World Bank projects (as a principal contractor or subcontractor/supplier)…know the risks! Multilateral development banks such as the World Bank (collectively, the “World Bank Group”) provide financing and […]
August 17, 2020

Crucial Steps When a Bankrupt Company Owes You Money…

Crucial Steps When a Bankrupt Company Owes You Money… It’s a hard time to be a company.  There seems to be no end to the series of catastrophes affecting us:  COVID, an economic meltdown, trade wars, and […]
July 23, 2020

Five Reasons To Outsource Legal Needs at Fixed Fees

Five Reasons To Outsource Legal Needs at Fixed Fees Sayeth the Bard: “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.”   In context, Shakespeare’s character recommended advancing chaos – and ultimately revolution – by eliminating lawyers.  […]
June 5, 2020

Force Majeure in Commercial Contracts

The COVID-19 pandemic and other parallel factors have caused commodity prices to decline, supply chains to break, and governments to restrict international trade.  These unprecedented times have led many to ask themselves, “How can I get out […]
June 5, 2020

Justice Dept: Six New Factors For Evaluating Corporate Compliance Programs

Justice Dept: Six New Factors For Evaluating Corporate Compliance Programs With the roar of a (mute) lion, on June 1 the US Department of Justice quietly issued updated guidance for prosecutors on assessing the effectiveness of corporate […]