USLAW Announcements

  • MehaffyWeber named USLAW NETWORK’s Houston member firm

    MehaffyWeber, a Houston-based litigation firm, has been named USLAW NETWORK’s Houston, Texas, member firm. MehaffyWeber was founded in 1946, its trial lawyers practice in state and federal courts throughout Texas, and the firm functions as national and regional counsel for numerous large corporate clients. more
  • USLAW webinar focuses on Medicare compliance within your Casualty Program

    This webinar program will illustrate the benefits of implementing a strategic response to Medicare requirements based upon a legal/risk analysis, which allows your organization to properly manage claim spending, closure rate and compliance.  Please share with your colleagues and clients. Reserve your ... more
  • How Canadian Employers Deal With Cannabis

    If you have clients who have business operations in Canada or you are wondering how Canadian employers are dealing with the recent legalization of recreational marijuana, check out the latest USLAW EduNet webinar led by Jennifer Therrien | Kelly Santini LLP (Ottawa, Ontario); Alex B. Hunt | Parlee McLaws ... more
  • New joint and several liability compendium of law released

    USLAW has released its newest compendium of law that focuses on joint and several liability. This state-by-state guide serves as a reference tool for joint and several laws across the United States.  Lew R.C. Bricker of SmithAmundsen LLC in Illinois created and edited the compendium. For a complete ... more
  • Register today: How Canadian Employers Deal with Cannabis

    As you no doubt heard, Canada recently legalized recreational cannabis, becoming the first major world economy to legalize recreational marijuana. A trio of attorneys from our Canada member firms - Kelly Santini LLP, Parlee McLaws LLP and Therrien Couture LLP - will lead a discussion about the impact ... more

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European Legal News from TELFA

  • Brexit is now only 56 days away. According to the Belgian Employers’ Federation there are some 25.000 companies in Belgium which trade with the United Kingdom, of which only one fifth have taken measures to prepare for a hard Brexit. It is estimated that a hard Brexit will cost Belgium ...
  • In previous Brexit articles written by our fellow colleagues, the loss of freedom of establishment has already been discussed. The loss of freedom of establishment between the Netherlands and the United Kingdom might also have adverse consequences in the area of company law, for example with regard to mergers and ...
  • Brexit will have a major impact on the content and execution of trade contracts between Dutch and British undertakings. For example, agreements for the purchase and sale of products, distribution and agency agreements and partnership agreements. Solid contractual clauses set out in new agreements to be drawn up can help ...

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