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Due to the continued globalization of business worldwide and our clients', and the firm's, expansion into overseas markets, our lawyers are increasingly involved in multi-national and cross-border matters ranging the whole gamut of services provided to United States based clients on United States based matters.

Duane Morris lawyers routinely represent foreign companies asserting interests against domestic debtors, both in federal district and federal bankruptcy courts. These lawyers have also represented foreign companies in their efforts to acquire assets from a bankrupt debtor's estate or in structuring other transactions with debtors-in-possession. The firm is often called upon to represent parties-in-interest in cross-border cases filed by or on behalf of foreign debtors under Chapter 15 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. In addition, our lawyers have been involved in numerous overseas financial restructuring transactions involving multi-national companies and the restructuring of indebtedness owed to both domestic and foreign lenders.


 
 
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California Transparency in Supply Chains Act -- SB 657 Enforcement by California Attorney General
, April 30, 2015
We reported in a prior Duane Morris Alert that the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (the Act) requires large retail sellers and manufacturers doing business in California to publicly disclose their efforts to eradicate forced labor from their direct supply chains. The law pushes such...

Bill Introduced In Senate To End Travel Restrictions To Cuba
Jose A. Aquino, March 18, 2015
On January 29, 2015, a coalition of four Republican and four Democrat senators introduced legislation to restore freedom to travel to Cuba. While President Obama has announced normalization of some relations between the two countries and relaxed travel restrictions to Cuba such that Americans...

Lawyer in Vietnam Oliver Massmann - New PPP Laws in Vietnam: Moving Closer towards Bankable Projects? Oliver Massmann and Ho Gia Le Hoang
Oliver Massmann, March 18, 2015
Vietnam’s infrastructure development has struggled to keep up with continued economic and population growth. According to the statistics, Vietnam needs about US$170 billion for infrastructure investment in the period from 2011 to 2020 while the State budget is constrained, capital sources...

New U.S. Policy Towards Cuba Put In Motion By Construction Of Church
Jose A. Aquino, March 18, 2015
The construction of Cuba’s first Roman Catholic Church since Castro came to power in 1959 may well be the first test of the new U.S. policy towards Cuba. The new church, with an expected capacity to accommodate at least 200 worshipers, is set to be built in Sandino, a small, secluded town in...

Delaware Supreme Court Issues Important Revlon Reminder
Richard L. Renck, February 17, 2015
On December 19, 2014, the Supreme Court of Delaware issued an engaging opinion reminding readers of the historical origins of the Revlon doctrine in Delaware corporate jurisprudence and reversing the Court of Chancery’s grant of preliminary injunctive relief because it was based on an...

U.S. Business Embraces President’s Plan For A New Course On Cuba
Jose A. Aquino, February 17, 2015
Yesterday, President Obama announced wide-ranging adjustments of US policy towards Cuba including opening an embassy in Havana. The Obama Plan involves a series of measures aimed at increasing trade between the two countries. The basic premise of the plan is to permit certain exports to Cuba, relax...