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  • Updated National Compendium of Law now available

    USLAW NETWORK today releases its updated National Compendium of Law, which is a multi-state resource that gives users easy access to state common and statutory law regarding a variety of litigation-oriented issues. The Compendium focuses on the procedural aspects of the law so that clients of USLAW member ... more
  • USLAW announces 2018 corporate partner roster

    USLAW NETWORK today announces its roster of 2018 corporate partners. Corporate partners are leaders in their respective fields and provide important industry expertise to USLAW member firms and their clients as they navigate and manage diverse legal matters. New to the roster in 2018 is Structured Financial ... more
  • SFA named USLAW's official structured settlement services partner

    Structured Financial Associates, Inc. (“SFA”), a founding leader in the structured settlement business, has been named USLAW NETWORK’s exclusive partner for structured settlement services. USLAW NETWORK is an international organization composed of more than 60 independent, full practice firms with roots ... more
  • USLAW NETWORK releases updated State Judicial Profiles by County Report

    USLAW NETWORK has released an updated edition of its State Judicial Profile by County Report. The 50-state comprehensive report offers a judicial profile of each county in the U.S. and identifies counties as Conservative, Moderate or Liberal. New to the current report is the addition of key court decisions ... more
  • New USLAW NETWORK state-by-state compendiums focus on liability damages caps and workers’ comp medic

    USLAW NETWORK  has released two new compendiums: the 50-State Analysis of Liability Damages Caps and the 50-State Analysis of Workers’ Compensation Medical Benefits Caps. Scott H. Moulton and Fred L. Hubbs of Hall Booth Smith, P.C. in Georgia served as editors, respectively, of the new compendiums. more

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  • The new European Insolvency Regulation increases the chances for companies to avoid insolvency through restructuring using an autonomous approach. Innovations are available for SMEs as well as for corporations. In the European judicial system, insolvency proceedings have been coordinated and regulated based on the European Insolvency Regulation since 2002. Once ...
  • In 2015, the UK Government passed what is commonly referred to as the Modern Slavery Act (MSA), which is designed to target slavery and human trafficking in the UK and commercial supply chains that come into contact with the country. This act affects not only UK-based companies, but also companies ...
  • Compliance is also becoming increasingly important for SMEs. The position of the external compliance officer is a good way to make your own company compliant. It provides a flexible and economically viable alternative, especially for suppliers and exporting companies Criminal records, cartels, breach of trust, corruption, problems with security and ...

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