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International Law and Immigration Section

Updates and events from the International Law and Immigration Section

Topics to be covered include: lease economics, lease registration, assignment & subletting, landlord remedies, tenant remedies for landlord defaults, lease exit strategies, typical security deposit requirements, formalities of lease execution, relevant tax issues and extension protocols. Read more
A discussion of the European Commission’s proposal for a Digital Services Act and its implications for online platforms in the EU and the US. Read more
Topics to be covered include: lease economics, lease registration, assignment & subletting, landlord remedies, tenant remedies for landlord defaults, lease exit strategies, typical security deposit requirements, formalities of lease execution, relevant tax issues and extension protocols. Read more
The USMCA Rapid Response Mechanism has been used for the first time. Join a conversation with attorneys from the U.S. and Mexico to understand the implications for U.S. and Mexican businesses and for Mexican labor unions. Read more
The purpose of this multi-year virtual webinar series is to promote understanding of commercial real estate leasing practice around the globe. This ambitious program will bring together U.S. lawyers with their commercial leasing counterparts across the world. Our first year of programming will focus on leasing law in Ireland, Jamaica, Malaysia, Japan, Spain, Canada and Mexico. Read more
Where are our blind spots when it comes to culture and diversity in international dispute resolution? Arbitration and mediation are processes premised on their constituencies agreeing to resolve future or existing disputes with the assistance of an independent neutral or group of neutrals. In arbitration, we rely on the arbitrator to fairly decide the merits; in mediation, we rely on the mediator to facilitate a sound settlement. A key component in these arrangements is an inherent trust in not only the decision-making systems and rules but also the independent character of all the individuals involved in the dispute resolution process. Read more
Quarterly updates from the International Law Section. Read more
A monthly publication by the International Law and Immigration Section. Read more
Mr. Fisher, UCLA B.A.,J.D., U.Penn. Law School R.H.Smith Fellow, served on the multinational negotiation teams and as counsel in the German and Austrian Holocaust settlements, as well as court-appointed class counsel on the Swiss Banks Holocaust cases. Mr. Fisher is a signatory to the resulting treaties with Germany and Austria. He serves as counsel on behalf of Chinese, Korean and other Asian victims of the sexual slavery and slave labor systems of wartime Japan, and has served as court-appointed receiver in major securities fraud cases. He works on Kurdish issues in Turkey and elsewhere. Read more
A monthly publication by the International Law and Immigration Section. Read more

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